Images and info on Spearpoint, FT-7B Clarion, FT-3C Imperium, and S-SC4 Bloodmark, the four new ships added to Galactic Starfighter with Patch 2.7.
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FT-3C Imperium (Imperial Strike Fighter)
Although its design is derived from the FT-2 Quell, the Dromund Kalakar-built FT-3C Imperium lacks some of its counterpart’s speed and maneuverability. Instead, the Imperium carries heavy defenses, state-of-the-art sensors and command-and-control systems–it is the pivot around which a squadron turns, bolstering and coordinating allies while under fire. Its secondary weapons are oriented toward eliminating armored objectives instead of dogfighting; Imperium pilots are conquerors first and warriors second.
S-SC4 Bloodmark (Imperial Scout)
Imperial starfighter squadrons drill relentlessly so that their pilots fly and fight with a single mind. For ultimate coordination, the Tandankin shipyards S-SC4 Bloodmark is practically a necessity. Sacrificing some speed and maneuverability along with ship-to-ship missiles in exchange for some of the galaxy’s best sensors and communications technology, the Bloodmark also possesses unique subsystems for improved battlefield awareness. A squadron containing an expert Bloodmark pilot can act with greater efficiency than any other
FT-7B Clarion (Republic Strike Fighter)
The Rendili FT-7B Clarion lacks the weapon capacity of other strike fighters, instead possessing a powerful array of sensors and command-and-control systems that boost overall squadron effectiveness; if a typical strike fighter is a squadron’s fist, the Clarion is a squadron’s mind and voice. The Clarion also sacrifices a degree of speed and maneuverability in return for heavier defenses, and its secondary weapons are oriented toward eliminating stationary targets and armored objectives
Spearpoint (Republic Scout)
Outsourcing dozens of components to sensor manufacturers previously focused on the scientific market, Corellia StarDrive managed to assemble the Spearpoint scout ship–a vessel whose sensors and communications equipment outperform practically every other ship on the market, including other scouts. The Spearpoint also possesses auxiliary systems designed to coordinate and support an entire squadron, offering fellow pilots a clear view of the battlefield. These enhancements come at the cost of some of the scout class’s traditional maneuverability and speed, however, and also sacrifices some internal storage space