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In Harm's Way: StarCluster - Five Ships

In Harm's Way: StarCluster - Five Ships

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From the mind of Klaxon Bowley comes five ships for the In Harm's Way: StarCluater RPG.  These are five military ships of the SaVaHuTa Alliance. Each one was built to perform a specific range of missions. Some emloy force, others employ stealth, and others heal wounds:

  • SNSMS Francis Marion is a 750 ton brig. The Marion uses stealth and deception to infiltrate into enemy territory, getting up close and personal with the enemy.
  • SNMS Our Lady of Lourdes is a 10,000 ton hospital ship, with operating, diagnostic, healing, and recuperative functions. Our Lady is always ready for war, but is immensely useful in peace as well, traveling wherever she is needed to heal and help.
  • SNSS Thomas Knowlton is a small 100 ton infiltration craft, designed to slip behind enemy defenses, landing spies and saboteurs where the enemy least expects it.
  • SNCS The Three Amigos is a 100,000 ton composite craft. It splits into four separate vessels - a 20,000 ton escort carrier with light and heavy fighters and attack craft, a 20,000 ton heavily armed destroyer, a 20,000 ton troop assault ship with 2700 troops, drop tubes, and 20 100 ton troop carriers, and a 40,000 ton Core ship, lightly armed, but very fast without its three rider ships.
  • SNDAS The Last Resort is a 300,000 ton Division Assault Ship. She carries an entire division of elite drop troops into battle, with artillery. 600 each of light fighter, heavy fighter and attack craft, and hundreds of batteries of weapons. The Last Resort is a hammer looking for a nail.

Along with the pdf is a spreadsheet, allowing you to examine the ships - including all their carried craft - in great detail, and to edit and change the ships as you prefer.

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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
February 16th, 2013
Herein are presented five military vessels, in the service of the SaVaHuTa Navy. Naturally, if you are playing a different game, you may assign them to whatever naval forces suits. Two are quite small and agile, built for stealth - one is intend [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 15, 2013.