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Loi Scout Saucer (TL 11^)


Note: The Loi are an alien race featured in GURPS Atomic Horror. This can be used as a stock flying saucer for any B-movie inspired GURPS campaign.

The scout saucer features artificial gravity, gravitic compensators, a stealth hull (-10 to detect), and FTL comm/sensor arrays. Its tractor beam can generate 30 tons of force.

Front Hull

[1] Armor, Diamondoid (dDR 20)
[2] Multipurpose Comm/Sensor Array
[3] Habitat (6 cabins)
[4] Habitat (20 hibernation chambers, 1-bed sickbay)
[5!] Weapon Battery, Major (turret-mounted 300MJ tractor beam)
[6] Cargo Hold (50 tons)

Central Hull

[1] Armor, Diamondoid (dDR 20)
[2] Control Room
[3!] Weapon Battery, Medium (turret-mounted 100MJ laser, turret-mounted 28cm antimatter missile launcher, 15 tons cargo space)
[4!] Force Screen, Heavy (dDR 70)
[5-6] Cargo Hold (100 tons)
[core!] Stardrive Engine (FTL-1)

Rear Hull

[1] Armor, Diamondoid (dDR 20)
[2] Engine Room
[3!] Reactionless Engine, Super (50G acceleration)
[4-6] Cargo Hold (150 tons)
[core] Power Plant, Antimatter Reactor (provides 4 Power Points)

TL   Vehicle   dST/HP   HT   Hnd/SR   Move   SM   LWt.   dDR   Occ   Load   Cost   Notes
11^   Loi Scout Saucer   70   13  -0/5   50/c   +8   1,000   90   12ASV   316.2   M$152.3   [1]
Notes: [1] Force screen can be powered up for an additional Power Point, increasing dDR to 160.

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