32.48mm x 10.55mm x 6.24mm
(Note that, while supplied on a Shipyards fighter stand/sprue, these vessels are intended for use independently (as small capital ships); the stand/sprue was the best compromise as there was obviously no flat surface to attach a sprue to.)
Two versions of this strange vessel have been observed; the XGA01-SV03-CE "collector ellipsoid" and the SV03-AE "attack ellipsoid." Visually identical, there are no surface features on the mirror smooth hull to distinguish between them. Due to the XGA01’s hull’s inherent sensor-disruption properties, even sensors have difficulty.
The collector ellipsoid was observed collecting biological samples from an unihabited planet. As it did not engage in combat, its offensive capabilities are unknown suspected none), but other capabilities from recorded data suggest similar drives, armour and shields.
The attack ellipsoid falls into the grey area between small capital starship and large smallcraft, erring towards the latter. Despite its comparatively larger size for a smallcraft, the attack ellipsoid has excellent agility, with an acceleration of 43mc and manoeuvrability rated at 480 MEUs, in the same league as many standard fighters.
It has shielding rated at 400 TXq, and the mirror-sheen hull’s skin, in addition to being inherently stealthy, is rated at 400 TXq.
All of the ellipsoid’s weapon systems appear to use the entire hull as an emitter array.
And those weapon systems are considerable. Initial encounters were unprepared for a vessel little larger than an assault shuttle to be armed with a particle accelerator array with an output of 738TXq and with an accuracy envelope of a staggering 700 000km. This is backed by a 990 TXq-rated blasterbeam point defence system with an engagement sphere of 4.35Ym³.
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