Characteristics[edit | edit source]
It was 20.3 meters long, carrying 1 pilot, 2 passengers, 2 months worth of consumables, 5 metric tons within the ship, and 20 optional additional metric tons of cargo per each of two cargo pods attached.
The ship could achieve a speed of 1000 kilometers per hour in atmosphere. A Miradyne Limited RCS-1 flight control computer and Novaldex JV-71 ion engine allowed sublight speed, which was slowed down and reduced in maneuverability if the cargo pods were attached. The ship had a Class 1 hyperdrive and a Class 12 backup.
Though unshielded, the craft had a Fabritech ANx-y/2 sensor cluster and a forward BlasTech Industries Prm-3 pulse laser cannon. The cannon was under-powered and could only fire in a limited forward-facing arc. Targeting was provided by the Fabritech sensor, but this meant that if it wasn't working, the vehicle was defenseless.
Known ships[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Sources[edit | edit source]
- "A Buyer's Guide to Alternative Starships"—Star Wars Adventure Journal 5 (As "Seeker Z-10")
- Pirates & Privateers
- Stock Ships
- Star Wars: Force and Destiny Core Rulebook (First identified as Z-10 Seeker-class scout ship)