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[BPC] Patriot-class Frigate MkII (VANILLA)
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Type: Blueprint
Mod category: Exploration
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May 4, 2017 @ 2:30am
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[BPC] Patriot-class Frigate MkII (VANILLA)

Description
The Cophuranee navy's second generation Patriot is a heavy Frigate developed as a means to respond to constant pirate attacks on trade routes and distant colonies in an effort to take the fight to the enemy. For this purpose the Patriot Mk2 has been slightly stripped of its maneuverability for the sake of a greater cargo capacity to hold supplies, troops and vehicles as well as extended starfighter support, allowing the ship to operate ans a mobile base of operations in nonsecure sectors.

This ship is, like my Centurion and Serpent builds, based on an older design I made as part of my original story line and also released as a model to use in X-Wing Alliance, years ago. This, in fact, is one of my oldest designs yet, dating back some twenty years.

The ship is, as of now, not really survival ready. I may fix that at a later time. Apart from that here are some of the features:
- Fully pressurized
- Redundant production system
- Repair bay
- lighting sensors for larger areas
- Lockdown system for airlocks and fighter hangars
- Lockdown mechanics for various sections
- Kill-switch (Self destruct system) - Fun to use with the critical Jump drive explosion mod!

Due to its size, the design and the stuff packed into it, the Patriot II is a bit sluggish to handle, but from its role as a mobile base I don't imagine it dogfighting anyway :D

The build is completely mod-free, safe for MMaster's Automatic LCDs 2 and Phil's Screen Diagnostics.

That's all for now, now go out there and have fun!
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3 Comments
Alien 480 May 5, 2017 @ 5:24pm 
i llike the interior a LOT, exterior not so much but good job!
Alindner May 5, 2017 @ 1:58pm 
This is one of the best ships I've seen in a while! I've tested it out a bit and it can take quite a beating. I'm going to be using it a lot. Cheers!
etrun3 May 5, 2017 @ 11:07am 
This is a nice build, good job.