The ships presented here have been designed using the Naval Architect Manual included in the Star Cruiser boxed set. Ships that have been published by others have an abbreviated write-up and list the source where full information may be obtained.
Original Date of Design: 18 Apr 2282 First Example Laid Down: 01 Apr 2283 First Example Completed: 26 Aug 2385 Fleets of Service: Bavaria
The Heidelsheimat-class battlecruiser was built by the German splinter state of Bavaria with French technical assistance. Originally expected to be named the Bavaria, the class was renamed in mid 2285, following the start of construction of a more powerful battleship class that would bear that name. The battlecruiser was a powerful ship in its day, though it has been supplanted in that role by more modern designs, such as the German Bismarck.
Navigational: Navigational Radar, Deep Space Scanner, Gravitational Scanner; Military: Active sensor (range=10), Passive sensor (range=10); Survey: none
Bridge: 22 (Captain x1, Navigation x1, Communications x2, Engr-Helm x1, Engineering x3, Computer x3); Flag Bridge: 14;( Commo x8, Flag Cmd Staff x4, Computer x2); TAC: 28 (Passive Sensors x1, Active Sensors x1, Other Sensors x1, Fire Control x12, Remote x4, Flt Ctrl x5, Computer x2, TAC Cmd Staff x2); Engineering: 22; Shipboard Vessels: 32 (Martel FTR – Crew x12, Maintenance x8; Troop Lander – Crew x12, Maintenance x4); Ship's Security: 37; Ship's Troops: 150; Stewards: 28; Scientific: none; Medical: 32; Passengers: none
Warp Efficiency: 1.87; Power Plant: 150 MW Fission; Fuel: none; Range: 7.7; Mass: 47,000 tons; Cargo Capacity: 1,650 m³ (1000 tons) fuel tankage for small craft, 750 m³ (1500 tons) ordnance re-loads, 6,400 m³ (25,300 tons) cargo; ; Hanger Decks: one (20m high x 25m wide x 50m deep) holds four Martel-class fighters; two (10m high x 26m wide x 50m deep) holds four troop landers total; Comfort: 0, Total Life Support: 365 for 150 days; Ordnance: LL-88 lasers, Ritage-2 missiles; Small Craft: four Martel-class fighters; four troop landers; one Vue-class drone; Price: Lv 217,933,000 including drone and missiles, excluding fighters and landers
Movement: 4; Screens: 3; Radiated Signature: 5 (7); Radial Reflected: 9; Lateral Reflected: 12; Targeting Computer: +1; Radial Profile: +1; Lateral Profile: +3; Armor: 4; Hull Hits: 96/192/384; Power Plant Hits: 20/100; Surface Fixture Hits: two x1-1 dbl with arc 812, four x1-1 dbl with arc 234, two x1-1 dbl with arc 456, four x1-1 dbl with arc 678, 12 TTAs, 3x communicators; ; Active Sensors: range=10 with primary antenna; Passive Sensors: range=10 with primary antenna; Critical Hits - Ship Sections: Computer, Life Support, Drive, Hanger Deck#1, Hanger Deck #2, Missile Bay #1, Missile Bay #2, Missile Bay #3, Continuous; Critical Hits - TAC: Active Operator, Passive Operator, 12x Fire Control, 4x Remote, 5x Flight Controller, 2x Command Staff; 2x Computer; Critical Hits - Bridge (Even - Ship Bridge): Captain, Navigator, 2x Communications, 4x Engineering, 3x Computer; Critical Hits - Bridge (Odd - Flag Bridge): 8x Communications, 4x Command Staff, 2x Computer; Damage Control: three 3 man and one 2 man teams; Comfort: 0; Ordnance: 15 Ritage-2 in three bays of five missiles, Vue Drone
BC Heidelsheimat Ship Status Sheet - for use with standard rules
BC Heidelsheimat Ship Status Sheet - for use with SC-R01 Alternative Component Hit Values
Original Date of Design: ?? ??? 2278 First Example Laid Down: ?? ??? ???? First Example Completed: ?? ??? 2281 Fleets of Service: France, Australia, Bavaria, Russia
The Aconit-class frigate is an official GDW design. It first appeared in 2300AD on page 76 of the Director's Guide. It was a heavily exported design, used by numerous countries. The Ship Status Sheet for the standard rules is found in Star Cruiser, and is not available on this site.
FF Aconit Ship Status Sheet - for use with standard rules - published in the Ships of the French Arm Sourcebook from GDW
FF Aconit Ship Status Sheet - for use with SC-R01 Alternative Component Hit ValuesThese web pages developed and maintained by Terry A. Kuchta