Fresia's Open Orbit Aug 30, 2019 20:59:43 GMT -8
Post by Lysandre Beauveu-Panteer on Aug 30, 2019 20:59:43 GMT -8
As the projector played and showed the images of ships they selected, Mahal turned to the screen and began working to pull up each and everyone to allow further details to be revealed on the ships. "The Aesir line, huh? Our finest class of ships. While they may not be aesthetically designed like the Mythic line, they are our grandest pieces of work. Each ship works as a specialized piece of work. Just as a balanced ship serves a great purpose, so too does those set to accomplish a single role."
As the ship schematics came up, he began to review them. "The Odin-class is the most powerful ship in our line. Giving up troop and hangar space, we put all our attention into increasing its defenses and armament. On its own, it can handle heavy assaults without the need of back up and deal back more than what it receives. Redundant shield generators work to keep it holding on even under the heaviest of firepower. The Bast-class serves as your balanced ship of the Aesir line, being quick enough to handle making it's away around other ships while having the defenses and firepower to stand against nearly any of its class. Then comes it's little brother, the Somnus-class. Never before have I seen a ship built specifically to hinder ships with ion attacks. But we all know that there comes times when ships and bases need to be disabled, not destroyed. With a full load-out of ion weapons, ships and shields can be brought down much faster as other ships in the fleet keep it safe. The Zaqar-Class Communications Cruiser will keep you ahead of the game with nearly full control of all information on the battlefield, be it what your troops receive or what you hinder your enemies have. If it has to do with communications, sensors, and scanners, this ship can handle it, be it a boon or a hindrance. As for the Nike-class." He then pulled up two separate schematics for the ship. "Which design were you looking at purchasing? This model is capable of both a capital ship role or a starfighter screening vessel."
Though he didn;t go into the details of the starfighters, he brought them up on the screen as well. They were ships that had been around for some time and many knew of their capabilities. All in all, It was a solid fleet set up, built to handle nearly every situation. In the end, the guidelines most organizations had to follow for a fleet designation was limited, so building that perfect, well-balanced fleet was, at times, difficult.
Lysandre leaned towards the hologram projector, before moving his hands to zoom into one of the smaller fast frigates clustered around the ship. It had been hard to tell the sort of model it was earlier due to the sheer scale of the Odin-Class, causing the much smaller frigates to be dwarfed by it, but at this level of zoom, one could very clearly see the extra hangar bay that was characteristic of the starfighter screening variant of the Nike-Class Fast Frigate.
“We were planning on buying the starfighter screening variant.”
At the same time, two of the commandos, who were carrying silver briefcases, placed the cases atop the table. Not yet opening them, they continued to stand guard of Lysandre. Brushing his hand over the polished exterior of the case, he turned to look at Mahal.
“Payment will be made out, either in credits or gold bars, to Hadur Industries.”