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The MC30C Frigate, also referred to simply as the MC30c, was a class of frigate that was deployed by the Alliance to Restore the Republic during the Galactic Civil War.


The MC30C Frigate, or MC30c, was a class of high-speed attack frigate that was manufactured by Mon Calamari Shipyards that cost 9,500,000 credits, and were originally city-ships as with other Mon Calamari starships but was retrofitted for war. The MC30c was one of the most powerful mid-level starships in the arsenal of the Alliance Fleet and was capable of inflicting major damage on hostile warships in a short period of time. For this, the MC30c was fitted with two forward-mounted heavy proton torpedo launchers, eight port and eight starboard turret-mounted medium turbolasers, along with five port, five starboard, three forward and three aft twin medium laser cannons. It was also equipped with two port, two starboard, one forward, and one aft cluster bomb launchers.[1]

Additionally, the MC30c was one of the fastest frigates that was manufactured by Mon Calamari Shipyards, and was capable of maintaining the same pace or overtaking starfighters and escort vessels. It was equipped with a primary class 1 hyperdrive and a class 15 as a backup, and used a navigation computer. It had a long-range sensor and carried two years of consumables. It was crewed by 820 officers and enlisted personnel and carried ninety-five soldiers.[1]

Despite the speed and firepower it boasted, the MC30c was lightly armored and as such was outfitted with a Mon Calamari-designed defense shield, which was famous for giving significant protection against enemy fire. Once the shield was breached, however, an MC30c could be easily destroyed under sustained turbolaser fire or bomber attack. Because of this, the MC30c rarely operated outside of a main fleet, and used its cluster bombs to defend itself.[1]

When in combat against hostile warships, the MC30c uses its turbolasers from long-range and moves in closer to the target at medium-range in order to use its proton torpedo launchers. Although risky, the MC30c at times concentrated its shields to the front in order to protect from counterattack, while also launching cluster bombs and firing its laser cannons in minion groups to defend against starfighters. If there were bombers present, a tactic MC30cs used was to maintain its defense zones balanced and fired its lasers in groups of three and five to tag and destroy the bombers.[1]


Due to not being able to operate after sustained enemy fire, the MC30cs were typically only found in Alliance fleet groups, and used its armaments to defend the fleet units against enemy frigates, cruisers, and Star Destroyers.[1]


Modified Pelta-class Command Ship SWArmada

Two MC30cs escort a Pelta-class Command Cruiser.

After the commencement of the occupation of Mon Cala and the escape of the Mon Calamari Exodus Fleet, other Mon Cala city-ships managed to escape after the first wave.[2] Some of these city-ships were the MC30C Frigates, which were then retrofitted for combat and added to the naval arsenal of the Alliance to Restore the Republic in its fight against the Galactic Empire and became a mainstay at central Alliance naval fleets.[1] At one point, two MC30C Frigates escorted a Pelta-class Command Cruiser above a celestial body,[3] while another was at a graveyard of destroyed ships, including a wrecked Imperial-class Star Destroyer.[1] At another instance, an MC30c suffered heavy broadside damage in an engagement with an Interdictor-class Star Destroyer.[4]



Notes and referencesEdit

Alliance to Restore the Republic starship classes
Space stations
FireStar II-class · Harbor-class · Mk IX
Battleships & battlecruisers
Lucrehulk-class · Maelstrom-class · MC80 (MC80A Home One Type · MC80 Liberty Type)
Dreadnought-class · Marsheem-class · MC40A · MC75 (MC75 Armored · MC75 Ordnance) · Neutron Star-class · Quasar Fire-class · Unidentified cruiser · Unidentified cruiser 1 · Unidentified cruiser 2 · Unidentified cruiser 3 · Unidentified starship
Assault Frigate Mark II · DP20 · EF76 Nebulon-B · MC30C · Munificent-class Comms · Pelta-class (Pelta-class Assault · Pelta-class Command)
Corvettes & light craft
Alderaanian diplomatic cruiser (CR70 · CR90) · Ainik-class · Braha'tok-class · Free Virgillia-class · Sphyrna-class (Hammerhead Scout · Hammerhead Torpedo)
HWK-290 · VCX-100 · YT-1300 · YT-1760 · YT-2400 · YV-929
Transports & shuttles
Caisson-class · CSS-1 Corellian Star Shuttle · GR-75 medium transport (GR-75 Combat Retrofit) · Jadthu-class · Kom'rk-class · Lambda-class T-4a · Sheathipede-class · Taylander · Unidentified Rebel Alliance shuttle · Y-45
LAAT/i · UT-60D U-wing · X4 Gunship
Starfighters & bombers
A/SF-01 B-wing · ARC-170 · Alpha-class Xg-1 · BTL Y-wing (BTL-A4 Y-wing assault · BTL-B Y-wing · BTL-S3 Y-wing) · Delta-7 Aethersprite-class · E-wing · Fang-class · H-60 Tempest · IE-440 Nighthawk · Kihraxz Light Starfighter · N-1 · A-wing (R-22 Spearhead · RZ-1 A-wing · RZ-1T) · Scurrg H-6 · T-47 · X-wing (Patrol X-wing · T-65B X-wing (T-65B X-wing Exterior Variant /1 · T-65B X-wing Exterior Variant /2) · T-65C-A2 X-wing) · VCX-series auxiliary · Z-95 Headhunter · Z-95-AF4 Headhunter
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