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
1
1E Supercruise Assist
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

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Vodel Purchased by Core Dynamics

Vodel is a familiar name to many, the independent company having cornered the market in personal land vehicles in recent years. But according to The Federal Times, a downturn in profits has led to the company being purchased by Core Dynamics, a giant in the field of starship manufacture.

Core Dynamics CEO Jupiter Rochester gave the following statement to The Federal Times:

“There’s no question that the Vodel team possesses considerable expertise, and I’m delighted that Core Dynamics was able to help them in their hour of need.”

“Vodel’s core team of designers and engineers will remain in place under our roof, so consumers can rest easy – the Scarab they know and love will remain unchanged.”

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