Featuring an advanced hyperdrive and state-of-the-art sub-light engines, the Fury is the most versatile starship in the Imperial fleet. Though initially designed for high-priority military missions, the Fury has become a favorite among Sith Lords and the latest models have been engineered accordingly.
The Fury’s angular design combines the maneuverability of smaller Imperial fighters like the Interceptor with impressive armament that rivals some of the Empire’s larger military vessels. The Fury also features a newly designed set of ‘strike foils’ that remain down for travel but can be expanded in short range combat to maximize the ship’s agility and range of firepower.
On the interior, adjustments have been made to match to the luxury and aesthetics demanded by the Sith. No expenses have been spared.
Fury-Class Imperial Interceptor : CL 11
Defense Ref 15 (flat-footed 12), Fort 26; +12 armor, Vehicular Combat
hp 100; DR 15; SR 15; Threshold 76
Speed fly 12 squares (max. velocity 800 km/h), fly 4 squares (starship scale)
Ranged 2 laser cannons +6 (see below)
Fighting Space 12x12 or 1 square (starship scale); Cover total
Base Atk +5; Grp 41
Atk Options autofire ( laser cannons)
Abilities Str 42, Dex 16, Con --, Int 12
Skills Initative -2, Mechanics +8, Perception +8, Pilot -2, Use Computer +8
Crew 2 (expert); Passangers 6
Cargo 10 tons; Consumables 2 months; Caried Craft none
Hyperdrive x2 (backup x15), navicomputer
Availability Military; Cost 274,500
*This ship is treated as a Gargantuan starfighter for the purposes of being targeted by capital ship weapons, dogfighting, and using starship maneunvers.
Hyperdrive, class 2
Hyperdrive, class 15
Maneuvering jets +6
Sublight drive (speed 4)
Laser cannons, heavy x2
- Cannon, double
- Cannon, enhancements
Notes: I like the fact that despite the passage of thousands of years,
and not even being part of the same Empire, Imperial aesthetics don't really
I actually do really like the look of the Sith ship, and the description given makes it seem far more functional. Granted, they're far less likely to be able to host a tea party onboard, but sometimes being an evil bastard means making sacrifices. Also, it's kinda difficult to drink tea through all those masks and elaborate breating apparatuses that seem to be a staple of Sith fashion.