Cobra Mk III

The Cobra MkIII is a classic all-purpose ship found throughout human space. The model was first built in Lave Cowell & McGrath shipyard in Lave in 3100. Despite its age, it remains a popular ship for lone pilots who value its balance of carrying capacity and ability in combat.

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Specifications

Manufacturer:
Faulcon deLacy
Speed:
280 m/s
Boost speed:
400 m/s
Agility:
140
Crew:
2
Cost:
349,720 Cr
Base shield:
80 MJ
Base armour:
120
Hull mass:
180 t
Mass-lock factor:
8
Landing pad:
Small

Hardpoint
2
Medium Hardpoint
2
Medium Hardpoint
1
Small Hardpoint
1
Small Hardpoint

Utility mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount

Optional internal
4
3E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
4
3E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
4
4C Shield Generator
Internal compartment
2
1E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
2
Internal compartment
2
1E Basic Discovery Scanner
Internal compartment

Core internal
4
4C Power Plant
Reactor Bay
4
4C Thrusters
Thruster Mounting
4
4C Frame Shift Drive
FSD Housing
3
3C Life Support
Environment Control
3
3C Power Distributor
Power Coupling
3
3C Sensors
Sensor Suite
4
4C Fuel Tank
Fuel Store

Armour
1
1I Lightweight Alloy
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11 Dec 3304
Mamba and Krait Phantom Released

Two new ships marketed towards independent pilots, the Mamba and the Krait Phantom, have just hit the market.

Zorgon Peterson issued the following press release for its new vessel:

“If it’s speed and firepower you want, the Mamba is for you. Based on a racing prototype, it’s the fastest commercially available starship, and it sports enough hardpoints for a range of devastating weaponry. Whether you’re leaving competitors in the dust or running rings around those pesky Thargoids, think Mamba!”

Faulcon DeLacy also released a statement for its latest design:

“The Krait Phantom offers true multi-role capability, allowing it to be customised for combat, mining or trading. And for explorers, its impressive jump range means you really can reach out to the stars. This is a ship that can handle it all.”

13 Oct 3304
Week in Review

Here are this week’s major stories.

Journalist Gethin Okonkwo has shared more details about his time with the Far God cult. In a detailed article, Okonkwo expressed relief at Far God believers returning to their hive-chapels following weeks of persecution. The journalist said he would be collaborating with exotheologian Dr Alfred Ulyanov to produce a definitive account of the sect.

The Federal Security Service has discovered more personal administration robots containing concealed surveillance programs, prompting hundreds of businesses and individuals to destroy their personal robots. It is understood that all the affected models are made by the Achilles Corporation.

In other news, technology company Herculean Machines has begun mass production of its new device, the Duradrive personal computer. Following the successful performance of its prototype at the Rackham Ultratech Expo, the company has received corporate funding from a range of sources, including Rackham Capital Investments.

The two remaining candidates in the Alliance presidential race have returned to the Alioth system to make their final campaign vows. Elijah Beck said that his focus as president would be on attracting more systems to the Alliance, while current president Gibson Kincaid renewed his plea to imbue the presidential role with executive powers.

Meanwhile, the Close Encounters Corps has announced plans to construct a scientific megaship in the BD-12 1172 system. The new vessel will allow research teams to map and explore the planets of the surrounding nebula. The Close Encounters Corps has placed an open order for various commodities to facilitate construction of the megaship.

Finally, Broadcast Cobra has announced that its appeal for commodities has reached a successful conclusion, having received an overwhelming response from the galactic community. The commodities contributed to the campaign will be used to construct a megaship, from which the organisation will broadcast its take on current events.

And those are the main stories this week.

11 Oct 3304
Broadcast Cobra Initiative Concludes

Broadcast Cobra has announced that its appeal for commodities has reached a successful conclusion, having received an overwhelming response from the galactic community.

Vast quantities of thorium, indium and superconductors were delivered to Sopwith Dock over the past week. These will allow construction of a megaship from which the organisation will broadcast its take on current events.

Alessandra Koa of Broadcast Cobra issued the following statement:

“We'd like to thank everyone who supported this campaign. We hope that wherever you are, you're always listening.”

Pilots who contributed to the initiative can now collect their rewards from Sopwith Dock in the HIP 16038 system.