Federal Corvette

The Federal Corvette is the smallest warship deployed by the Federation Navy. It is a quick, hard hitting vessel also capable of transporting cargo and personnel. Its versatility makes it the most common vessel of the Federation Navy that most people will encounter. It can be found everywhere, on long-range patrol, peace keeping, pirate suppression, in fact anywhere the navy wishes to maintain a solid presence without deploying one of the Farragut class Battlecruisers. It is possible, but extremely rare, for a private citizen to own one of these vessels. The ship can carry and deploy two small fighter class ships, although civilian versions are restricted to a single fighter.

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Specifications

Manufacturer:
Core Dynamics
Speed:
200 m/s
Boost speed:
260 m/s
Agility:
105
Crew:
3
Cost:
187,969,450 Cr
Base shield:
555 MJ
Base armour:
370
Hull mass:
900 t
Mass-lock factor:
24
Landing pad:
Large
Navy rank required:
Rear Admiral (Federal Navy)

Hardpoint
4
Huge Hardpoint
4
Huge Hardpoint
3
Large Hardpoint
2
Medium Hardpoint
2
Medium Hardpoint
1
Small Hardpoint
1
Small Hardpoint

Utility mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount
0
Utility Mount

Optional internal
7
7C Shield Generator
Internal compartment
7
6E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
7
Internal compartment
6
Internal compartment
6
Internal compartment
5
Internal compartment
5
Internal compartment
4
3E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
4
1E Basic Discovery Scanner
Internal compartment
3
2E Cargo Rack
Internal compartment
5
Military Compartment
5
Military Compartment

Core internal
8
8C Power Plant
Reactor Bay
7
7C Thrusters
Thruster Mounting
6
6C Frame Shift Drive
FSD Housing
5
5C Life Support
Environment Control
8
8C Power Distributor
Power Coupling
8
8C Sensors
Sensor Suite
5
5C Fuel Tank
Fuel Store

Armour
1
1I Lightweight Alloy
Bulkheads

Related Galnet news

29 Dec 3304
Week in Review

Here are this week’s main stories.

Federal Shadow President Felicia Winters has appointed Isolde Rochester as the deputy leader of the Federation’s Liberal Party. The new Shadow Vice President is the matriarch of the powerful Rochester family, which includes the CEO of Core Dynamics and two Federal Navy officers. Vice President Rochester said she was honoured to accept the position.

Imperial senators supporting the isolationist group Nova Imperium have demanded that Emperor Arissa Lavigny-Duval acknowledge its figurehead, Hadrian Augustus Duval. Chancellor Anders Blaine responded by saying that Nova Imperium was a fringe organisation with no right to determine policy. The Emperor’s lack of response has led to accusations of weakness, with many calling on her to step down.

In other news, Simguru Pranav Antal has claimed that the nanomedicines developed by Vitadyne Labs were in fact developed in Utopia. In a statement, Simguru said the nanomedicines were never intended for use outside of Utopia, and demanded their immediate return.

The leaders of the Alliance and the Federation have commented on the rise of Nova Imperium. Alliance Prime Minister Edmund Mahon said the unrest afflicting the Empire would be a concern if it affected inter-superpower cooperation, while Federal President Zachary Hudson said the Federation would be forced to intervene if Nova Imperium came to power and the Empire ceased contributions to Aegis.

Meanwhile, the Federal Navy has requested a large shipment of Duradrive personal computers from manufacturer Herculean Machines. Maddox Hurd, the company’s CEO, said the request was a testament to the Duradrive’s reliability. Herculean has placed an open order for various commodities to fulfil the request.

Finally, twin initiatives to supply Imperial senator Simone Leatrix’s festivities have reached a successful conclusion. As the campaigns drew to a close, Senator Leatrix said she hoped the sight of her glittering mountaintop retreat would serve as an inspiration amid the current civil disquiet.

And those are the main stories this week.

26 Dec 3304
Isolde Rochester becomes Shadow Vice President

Federal Shadow President Felicia Winters has appointed Isolde Rochester as the deputy leader of the Federation’s Liberal Party.

The new Shadow Vice President made a statement to the media:

“After a decade of serving in Congress, supporting both President Halsey and Shadow President Winters, it is an honour to accept this position. Many challenges face the Federation, and the Liberal Party is ready to meet them.”

The former deputy leader, Edgar Santiago, recently made the sudden decision to retire from politics and purchase a private luxury starship, despite not being known for extravagant spending.

Isolde Rochester is the matriarch of the powerful Rochester family, which includes the CEO of Core Dynamics and two Federal Navy officers. Rumours suggest that she called off the wedding of her son Ambasador Jordan Rochester when suggestions arose of Princess Aisling Duval’s infidelity.

15 Aug 3304
Rogue Robot Located

A mining robot that went out of control on Homeland in the Beta Hydri system has been located and disabled.

The MacArthur Mining Ltd DG090 machine disappeared after self-activating and tunnelling underground. It remained lost for several days before being discovered over a hundred kilometres from where it malfunctioned.

Security Chief Sara Kulkarni gave this report:

“Our sensor drones detected the robot as it surfaced in the Blue Peaks mountain range. We believe it was obeying its primary programming by homing in on mineral ores. Federal Navy gunships were immediately dispatched. Once located, the robot was partially destroyed from the air before it could cause any further damage.”

Director Chen Emerson of MacArthur Mining Ltd commented:

“An inspection of the robot’s remains confirmed our suspicion that it had been placed in the incorrect standby mode. Its comms array was then disrupted by local signals, activating a pre-set mining program. The DG090 series is very reliable, and this unfortunate incident should not be perceived as a blemish on its excellent reputation.”