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post Oct 8 2003, 09:57 PM
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While Rigger 3 is a fine book in its own right, there seem to be gaps in the vehicle lists, particularly when it comes to some of the Milspec stuff, or stuff from far parts of the world (You'll find I have a penchant for Russian stuff) So as a resource to other players and GMs I was going to start to put up the stats for various vehicles that one might insert into your games when just another Stallion clone won't cut it. All of the vehicles are created with the R3 rules but it is entirely possible that there are some flaws. Add your own to the list if you want, and feel free to use the ones presented.
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post Oct 8 2003, 10:19 PM
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Antonov An-1022 "Cobalt"

Body: 9
Armor: 0
Cargo: 500
Handling: 6
AutoNav: 3
Sensor: 2
Seating: 3
Entry: 1d+1r
Load: 5815
Speed: 135/380
Accel.: 30
Sig.: 3
Fuel: 5000 jet
Econo.: 1km/l
L/T: STOL
Chassis: Air Liner

S.I.: 1.5

Avail.:35/1 month

Cost: 902,500 :nuyen:

Typical of many tactical transport aircraft, the 1022 combines the ability to operate from short unimproved airstrips with capacity to lift anything, short of depleted uranium ingots, that will fit into its cargo bay. Favored by smaller merc units and some smaller corps, particularly those who operate in Africa and the Mid-east. Its big selling point of course is its relatively reasonable price. The 1022 can also be easily refitted as a troop carrier or flying ambulance, and many operators upgrade its sensor package for night operations.

Other features: Electronics port, ECM 3.

Similar models: Fairchild-Dornier CT998, C.A.S.A. C.452, Airbus AM-440, Aztechnology Quetzal.


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post Oct 8 2003, 10:29 PM
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Mi-60 "Hydra" (Stats for "F" Variant)

Body: 4
Armor: 12
Cargo: 64
Handling: 5
AutoNav: 3
Sensor: 5
Seating: 2
Entry: 2d+2s
Load: 2547
Speed: 220
Accel.: 20
Sig.: 2
Fuel: 1000 jet
Econo.: 0.2km/l
L/T: VTOL
Chassis: Utility Helicopter

S.I.: 4

Avail.:n/a

Cost: 892,500

Mil Mi-60 "Hydra"
As fond of the flying tank idea as they are of vodka, the Mi-60 is an evolutionary design tracing its way back to the old "Hip" and "Hind" models. Not truly an attack helo, the "Hydra" is designed as an assault helicopter, able to carry a small squad of troops or supplies into a hot LZ. While its titanium armor is not to be ignored, the Mi-60's best defence is a good offence. With multiple hardpoints for guns and rockets, it is to be feared on the battlefield. Critisized for such a low fuel load for its role, the "A" model packs an external tank on each of its plumbed hardpoints on its stub wings. Variants "B" through "E" represent various specialty variants such as a dual control trainer and an NBC recon ship. The "F" is the dedicated assault model packing either multi-rocket launchers, HMGs or autocannon on its two hardpoints and a plethora of ATGMs on its missle mounts.

Other features: Electronics Port, 2 External Hardpoints, 4 Missle mounts. "A": Droptanks, ECM 3, ECCM 3. "F": ECM 5, ECCM 5.

Similar models: none.


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post Oct 12 2003, 08:15 PM
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Yamatetsu-Beriev Be-512 "Manatee"

Body: 9
Armor: 0
Cargo: 27
Handling: 6
AutoNav: 3
Sensor: 5
Seating: 4
Entry: 2d+1s
Load: 3432
Speed: 135/250
Accel.: 30
Sig.: 3
Fuel: 5000 jet
Econo.: 1.5km/l
L/T: STOL
Chassis: Air Liner

S.I.: 4

Avail.:n/a

Cost: 1,842,500 :nuyen:

Solidifying its Russian relations Yamatetsu has funded production a breed that has largely dissappeared since the old USSR. The "Manatee" is a behemoth of an amphibian designed to patrol large areas of Russian coastline (and probably protect Yamatetsu undersea interests) In its primary configuration the 512 carries 4 torpedoes or similar payload in an internal bay. As a throwback to the old breed the 512 actually has a tail turret.

Other features: Electronics port, 4 Internal reinforced mounts, Amphibious package, Mini remote turret with RPK HMG, 1CF ammo bin with 1000rnds, MAD, Secondary controls.

Similar Models: Blohm & Voss Whal.

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post Oct 15 2003, 03:26 AM
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S-K MV558 "Thinktank"

Body: 4
Armor: 12
Cargo: 0
Handling: 4/4
Autonav/Pilot: -/5
Sensor: 6
Seating: 1
Entry: 1h
Load: 0
Speed: 60
Accel.: -
Signature: 5
Fuel: 60 diesel
Economy: 4km/l
Chassis: Ex Large Walker

Street Index: 5

Availability: n/a

Cost: 1,458,850 :nuyen:

Saeder-Krupp "Thinktank"

Every shadowrunner's worst nightmare. The S-K MV558, aka "thinktank" Is optimized for urban combat. Mounting the firepower of twin Rheinmetal 20mm smoothbore three barreled cannon, the MV558 has more than enough ability to engage most combatants in typical urban warfare. With excellent mobility provided by its six legged chassis, articulation of the legs enables the pilot to elevate or depress the firing line +/- 45 degrees. The chassis is a marvel itself, holding just enough space for a single pilot within its heavily armored hull. The six legs provide it with excellent manuverability to traverse typical urban rubble, and fit into tight spaces beyond the ability of most conventional armored vehicles, and continue to function without the use of two of its six legs. Although the tank has the ability to act autonomously as a drone, it is usually piloted for security reasons freeing it from the tether of a remote deck. While its twin HMGs are more than enough to deal with most opponents, the MV558 can also electrify its hull to deal with any attempts at close assault. The only disadvantage to such a technological monster of course is its price. Not many can afford to deploy the MV558 in significant number. Rumor has it that a platoon of three guards one of S-K's delta clinics.

Other features: Hybrid engine, CMC rating 5, Datajack, Rigger Adaptation, Remote Control Interface, Gas Seal, Life Support (12hr.), 2 external Hardpoints (mounting each 1 Vanquisher HMG + ammobin w/200 rnds), Gyro Stabilization 4 (for each hardpoint, Electronics Port w/ radio rating 10, R/C encryption mod rating 10, Anti-theft rating 8 w/electric shock.
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post Nov 1 2003, 05:29 PM
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GMC M230 6x6

Body: 5
Armor: 4
Cargo: 399
Handling: 6/6
Autonav/Pilot: 0/-
Sensor: 0
Seating: 2
Entry: 2d+1x
Load: 4487.5
Speed: 70
Accel.: 4
Signature: 2
Fuel: 280 diesel
Economy: 2.4km/l
Chassis: Med. Transport

Street Index: 1.5

Availability: 8/48hrs

Cost: 285,500 :nuyen:

GMC M230 6x6

This is the vehicle that has been around in some incarnation serving militaries around the world. With dozens of variants for as many roles, they are the logistics backbone of both national and corp militaries. The M230 improves on the basic heavy truck design with an efficient diesel powerplant giving it excellent power for whatever application the vehicle might be used for. Its excellent off road suspension enable it to handle the worst terrain. Most M230s also come with a five ton winch as standard equipment. Despite being a "mil spec" vehicle, surplus units are readily available on the civillian market, and units with wear and tear go for significantly less than the listed price.

Other Features: Offroad Suspension 1(factored in), Offroad tires, Winch (5000kg).

Similar Models: Dodge Prime Mover, Hino M4500, IWS Atlas.
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post Nov 5 2003, 02:14 AM
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Northrop Grumman A/V-40 Shrike

Body: 6
Armor: 24
Cargo: 3
Handling: 5
Autonav/Pilot: 4/-
Sensor: 8
Seating: 2e+8
Entry: 2c+2s
Load: 1850
Speed: 250/1150
Accel.: 69
Signature: 7
Fuel: 7500 jet
Economy: 0.05km/l
L/T: VSTOL
Chassis: Thunderbird

Street Index: 4

Availability: n/a

Cost: 4,207,500:nuyen:

Northrup Grumman A/V-40 Shrike

The fastest T-bird in production, the Shrike is also one of the ugliest things that flies. With primary role as a fast interdictor the Shrike also excells in the role of SEAD missions and counter battery strike capabilities, armed primarily with either ARMs or a load of Outlaw missles. Less advertised is the Shrike's role as a headhunter. With the capacity to transport eight fully equipped troopers into a hot LZ, hence the T-bird's Odd appearance as effort has been made to direct jetblast away from the exits. Troopers may either egress by the Shrike's high speed rappel or directly onto the ground as per the tactical requires. To aid in this, the Shrike employs the latest Rolls Royce 580t Vulcan High bypass Turbofan. Maximum use of smart materials enable the shrike excellent manuverability for its size and cuts down on its radar cross section.

Employed by both UCAS and the CAS in some of their air-cav brigades, the Shrike's high price tag have limited its sales abroad, although both IWS and Celebrian have inquired about aquiring limited licenced production.

Similar models: Ares Hellblade, Messershmitt-Kawasaki Me-502 Hummel.

Other features: Reinforced rear bucket seats (250kg), Six external missle mounts, ECM 8, ECCM 6, ED 4, CMC 6, APPS (rear seating), rigger adaptation. Smart materials (factored in), RAM 2 (factored in), Thermal Baffles (factored in) Special machinery (Rappel mechanisms at port and starboard sliding exits), gas enviroseal.
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post Nov 5 2003, 02:17 AM
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Kaman MiniSprite

Body: 1
Armor: 0
Cargo: 0
Handling: 4
Autonav/Pilot: -/1
Sensor: 1
Seating: -
Entry: -
Load: 5
Speed: 40
Accel.: 4
Signature: 4
Fuel: 60 gasoline
Economy: 0.4km/l
L/T: VTOL
Chassis: Small rotor UAV

Street Index: 1

Availability: 2/24hrs

Cost: 5,825:nuyen:

Kaman MiniSprite

The MiniSprite is representative of the bottom end market of drones for the avid r/c enthusiast. With its Rotax330, the Sprite is about the size of and sounds like a lawn mower. Its biggest selling point of course is its price and miserly fuel consumption. Most r/c riggers will have actually have learned to fly a helo with one of these units, and they actually see service as trainers in some poorer militaries. While in no way meant to stand up to combat, the sprite is very durable, made to stand up to rookie landings. None the less, a Sprite is usually how some budding riggers get their first taste of dumpshock.

Similar models: Diamond DA- 101Tanto, Renraku Bakemono, Bombardier Helidoo, Embraer SA-120.

Other features: None.
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post Nov 15 2003, 09:54 PM
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Sikorsky-Bell 646 LUH / UH-4(B/C)

Body: 4
Armor: 0 (B: 8 Personal; C: 6 Vehicle)
Cargo: 71 (B: 51; C: 47)
Handling: 3, 4 with Drop Tanks (C: 4, 5 with Drop Tanks)
AutoNav: 3
Sensor: 4 (C: 6)
Seating: 2
Entry: 2d+2s
Load: 1,900 (B: 1,792; C: 1,319)
Speed: 200, 185 with Drop Tanks
Accel.: 20
Sig.: 3, 2 with Drop Tanks
Fuel: 1000l jet, +4000l Drop Tanks
Econ.: 0.3km/l
L/T: VTOL
Chassis: Utility Helicopter

S.I.: 2 (B&C: 3)

Avail.: 19/19d (B: 25/25d; C: 34/1 month)

Cost: 393,600 (B: 503,600; C: 671,100)

Sikorsky-Bell 646 Light Utility Helicopter
The winning entrant to the UCAS Army competition for a new Light Utility Helicopter in 2032 to replace the aging modified UH-1 LUHs, this is the main utility helo of the UCAS Army and is used by several other national, corporate and mercenary armies world wide. It's primary missions include aerial transport of staff and liaison elements, air messenger service, air movement of supplies, and maintenance support. It is not meant for operations in hot zones and therefore the standard variants do not carry any protection against combat threats.

The UH-4 was commonly modified to be better suited for operations in a combat theater, however, and soon Sikorsky-Bell begun marketing the variants B and C, which have progressively greater defensive and offensive capabilities.

The 646 has been successfully marketed for civilian use as well, thanks to the comparable price but superior safety and greater lift capability it offers compared to other helicopters of it's class.

Other features: Aircraft drop tanks (2 pairs), APPS, CMC (1), Crash cages, Electronics port, Power amplifiers (4), Rigger adaptation, Secondary controls, Spotlight, Winch (1500kg). UH-4B: Armor (Personal 8), CMC (3), Door gun mount (No weapon included), ECM (3), Power amplifiers (8). UH-4C: Armor (Vehicle 6), CMC (3), Door gun mount (No weapon included), ECM (4), External Hardpoint (No weapon included), Power amplifiers (10), Sensors (6).

Similar models: None.
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post Nov 16 2003, 12:53 AM
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Ares M1452 UC

Body: 7
Armor: 6 Vehicle (M1453: 12 Vehicle + 6 Ablative; M1455: 12 Vehicle)
Cargo: 77, 173 with External Cargo Mounts in use (M1453: 105; M1455: 3)
Handling: 2/2, 3/3 with External Cargo Mounts in use (M1453&M1455: 4/4)
AutoNav: 2
Sensor: 3 (M1453: 4; M1455: 2)
Seating: 2 (M1453: 2+11b)
Entry: 3d+1h+1x (M1453: 1h+1x)
Load: 8,003 (M1453: 3,823; M1455: 5,117)
Speed: 70
Accel.: 9
Sig.: 5
Fuel: 600l diesel (M1455: 300l diesel)
Econ.: 3.5km/l (M1455: 4km/l)
Chassis: APC, Tracked

S.I.: 3 (M1453: 4; M1455: 4.5)

Avail.: 21/21d (M1453: 24/24d; M1455: 39/39d)

Cost: 415,450 (M1453: 475,850; M1455: 786,350)

Ares M1452 Universal Carrier
This is the direct descendant of the United Defense M1108 Universal Carrier, which was not much more than a modified M113A3. The main advances are in the operational range of the vehicle and in the much smaller sensor signature in addition to the general development of electronic devices.

The basic design of the M1452 is easily adaptable to a great variety of roles. Not only can it transport any type of cargo under 3.6 x 3 x 2 meters (11' 10" x 9' 10" x 6' 7") in size and 8,000kg (17,600lbs) in weight internally, but it's top structure can dismantled in field conditions so that it can carry just about anything under 5 x 4 x 4 meters (16' x 13' x 13') in size on a flat top.

Several modifications of the basic design exist, including an APC and an Armored Medical Treatment Vehicle as well as AAA, SAM, SPLL, C^3, HAZMAT, FSTV and SPMrt versions, each customizable to the very needs of the customer.

M1453 APC
The dedicated Armored Personnel Carrier of the UC family, the M1453 has extra heavy armor, more accurate sensors, seating for 22 men in the cargo area and 4 pintle mounts in the cargo area for the infantry being carried.

M1455 AMTV
A cross between SOTA ambulance and an APC, the M1455 allows treatment of casualties in the combat zone under the protection of armor. Within the large medical clinic that has basically been slapped on top of the M1452, up to 4 medics or doctors can work freely on a patient while another patient can be worked on in the Valkyrie module by a rigging doctor.

To make room for the medical gear and working space, the M1455 has been stripped of some sensors, one of the two fuel tanks and the power amplifiers of the M1452. It has extra armor to protect it in the combat zone, because it has to move carefully not to cause extra harm to the patients. Still, the operational weight of the M1455 is so much smaller than that of the M1452 that it's fuel economy has significantly improved, countering the effect of the smaller fuel load to a degree.

Other features: CMC (3), Electronic ports, Enviroseal (Gas), External cargo mounts (96CF), Life support (10 man-hours), Power amplifiers (4), RAM (1, factored in), Rigger adaptation, Ring mount (Weapon not included), Smart materials (Factored in), Spotlight, Thermal baffles (1, factored in), Winch (10,000kg).
M1453: Ablative armor (3), Pintle mounts (4), Seating (11 bench seats), Smart armor system.
M1455: Medical clinic (3, 1 patient + 4 crew), Valkyrie module. No Power amplifiers.

Similar models: None.

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Ares ICPC (ISACPC)

Body: 8
Armor: 5 (10 personal)
Cargo: 221 + 210PS (163, 463 with External Cargo Mounts in use + 24PS)
Handling: 2 (2, 3 with External Cargo Mounts in use)
AutoNav: 3
Sensor/Sonar: 8/2 (6/-)
Seating: 2
Entry: 1d (1d+1r)
Load: 915 + 1,500PS (2,155 + 600PS)
Speed: 80, 100 foilborne
Accel.: 5, 6 foilborne
Sig.: 8/6, 7/5 foilborne
Fuel: 600PF EFC (450PF EFC)
Econ.: 2.5km/l
Chassis: Yacht

S.I.: 4.5

Avail.: 35/35d (33/33d)

Cost: 701,875 (666,875)

Ares Interim Coastal Patrol Craft
Designed as a replacement for older generation coastal patrol crafts, the Ares ICPC is the first in a series of small, stealthy craft for surface operations where larger vessels are less than optimal. The first and foremost advantage of the ICPC over patrol ships is the cost: no other surface vessel in the same price class is any match for the ICPC.

The sleek, extremely angled hull of the ICPC is propelled through the waves at 96km/h, or up to 120km/h with the foils extended, by the silent KaMeWa K95S waterjets. Advanced materials make the craft nearly invisible to radar as well as sonars, and its visual signature is very small - with the foils retracted the ICPC only extends 1.2 meters (4') above the waves at full steam.

While the main market of the ICPC is for Navies and Coast Guards, it is also highly coveted by smugglers.

Special Applications ICPC
This specialized variant of the ICPC is meant for waterborne infiltration in special operations. It has external cargo mounts, which is generally used for carrying a rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB), 4 canoes, an advanced swimmer delivery vehicle (a sea sled), or other operational gear, as well as a rear ramp for dropping the carried vehicles or divers. It can carry 16 personnel in comfort for long periods of time, and has more advanced electronic countermeasures.

To make room for all this, it has lighter armor protection, less sophisticated sensors, smaller fuel cells and no ring mounts.

Other features: CMC (3), ECM (3), Electronics ports (500Mp PC, rating 5 Radio, standard portable satellite dish), Hydrofoil capability, Living amenities (10 basic), Noisemaker dispensers (2 NMs), Power amplifiers (10), Rigger adaptation, Ring mounts (2, weapons not included), Small remote popup AA turret (Ares Vanquisher, Gunnery RC 8, ammunition bin 4000rnds). ISACPC: ECM (4), External cargo mounts (300CF), Living amenities (16 basic). No ring mounts.

Similar models: None.
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Saeder-Krupp Cyclone GR9 IDS

Body: 7
Armor: 6
Cargo: 1
Handling: 2
AutoNav: 4
Sensor: 8
Seating: 1e
Entry: 1d
Load: 8,500
Speed: 150/1800
Accel.: 80
Sig.: 6, 5 with Drop Tanks
Fuel: 3000l Jet, 5000l with Drop Tanks
Econ.: 0.3km/l
L/T: STOL
Chassis: Jet Fighter

S.I.: 4

Avail.: N/A

Cost: 2,724,000

Saeder-Krupp Cyclone GR9 Interdictor/Strike
The Cyclone GR9 IDS is the European answer to the Aztechnology Halcón. Even more so than the Halcón, the GR9 is a dedicated ground attack fighter, it's primary mission being Close Air Support as well as well as strike missions, including Offensive Counter Air and Suppression of Enemy Air Defense strikes. It is less than optimal for Search And Destroy because of its less advanced EW package compared to other AG fighters. Whenever the GR9 is expected to run into enemy aircraft, it should be escorted by dedicated air-to-air fighters.

While more limited than other aircraft of its class, it is far more capable in its given role. The maximum payload of the GR9, 8,100kg, is far superior to those of comparable aircraft like the Halcón (2,100kg) or B-D-M EFAs (1,200kg), and unlike them the GR9 also has stand-off attack capability and can carry the JP466 anti-airfield weapon. In addition, its radius of action without external fuel is over 3 times as large as that of the Halcón. And if that wasn't enough, it is nearly 2 million nuyen cheaper, too.

Other features: Aircraft drop tanks, APPS, CMC (6), Crash cages, ECM (7), ECCM (4), Enviroseal (Gas), External missile mounts (5 reinforced), Fixed internal hardpoint (Victory AC, Gunnery RC 9, ammo bin with 400rds AV), Internal missile mounts (2, max 3 missiles each), Launch control systems (2 heavy, 4 medium), Life support (5 man-hrs), Power amplifiers (10), RAM (1, factored in), Removed manual controls, Rigger adaptation, Smart materials, Thermal baffles (2, factored in).

Similar models: Sukhoi Su-57 Flechette.
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Saeder-Krupp Transportpanzer Anshelm "Godhelm"

Body: 6
Armor: 12
Cargo: 43
Handling: 3/4
AutoNav: 4
Sensor: 6
Seating: 7b
Entry: 2d+1h+1x
Load: 669
Speed: 135
Accel.: 9
Sig.: 5
Fuel: 500l diesel
Econ.: 5km/l
Chassis: APC, Wheeled

S.I.: 3.5

Avail.: 25/25d

Cost: 504,000

Saeder-Krupp Transportpanzer Anshelm
Originally designed as a light transport of an infantry squad for S-K's own security HRTs, the "Godhelm" quickly gained popularity worldwide. It certainly is a high-end wheeled APC, and it's proliferation has been slowed down by its relatively hefty price tag. On the other hand, national and corporate armies with an eye for quality have embraced the Anshelm because it has capabilities far beyond those of other light APCs in the market.

A dedicated transport vehicle, it does not come with any fixed weapons. However, when the situation calls for it, it can be turned into quite a porcupine by slapping a HMG on its ring mount and LMGs in all 4 cargo-area pintle mounts. If this is not enough, the Anshelm can be modified by adding a turret and heavy weaponry, making it more of a light tank.

Other features: APPS (drivers' seat), CMC (3), Crash cages, ECM (3), Electronics ports (Radio-3), Folding benches (6), Pintle mounts (4), Power amplifiers (6), RAM (1, factored in), Rigger adaptation, Ring mount, Roll bars, Smart armor system, Smart materials, Spotlight (IR), Thermal baffles (1, factored in), Winch (10,000kg)

Similar models: Patria XA-380.
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Sikorsky-Bell "Sky-Fisher"

Body: 5
Armor: 1
Cargo: 42
Handling: 2
Autonav/Pilot: 4/0
Sensor: 8
Seating: 2e
Entry: 2d
Load: 2200
Speed: 637
Accel.: 23
Signature: 6
Fuel: 750 Jet
Economy: .8 km/l
Chassis: Med Tilt Wing
Street Index: 6.5

Availability: n/a

Cost: ¥1,165,000
Trainer ¥90,000

Designed primarily as an anti shipping platform, this twin prop turbofan VOTL can carry enough armorment to pose a serious threat to a small navel force. However, it will also excel at an anti-tank or anti-structure role, able to carry up to 2000 kg of rockets or guided missiles as well as a fixed autocannon. While the cost is steep, it has gained a rabid following with the pilots, beliving it to be the safest thing in the sky, which is partly due to the amout of design crash testing.
This design was Bells answer to the T-Birds agility, close quarters flight pattern, and all in a faster, quieter, and lower cost chassis. With drop tanks the Sky Fisher can reach a range of 2000 Km with combat reserves of 200 Km.
A trainer version is in testing and will be ready for market in mid 2064, and a unarmed transport version is in testing.

Special features:
Structural Agility 3, Rigger Adaption, Secondary Controls, Advanced passanger Protection System, Crash Cage, ECM 6, ED 6, 2 Internal Rocket mounts, 2 External Missile mounts, AutoNav 4, CMC 9, Smart Armor System, RAM 2, Aircraft drop tanks (in place of missiles), Battle Tech FFDM.
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CIS State Arsenel T-132 MBT

Body: 10
Armor: 36
Cargo: 5
Handling: 9/9
Autonav/Pilot: 3/-
Sensor: 6
Seating: 3
Entry: 3h
Load: 373
Speed: 62
Accel.: 4
Signature: 2
Fuel: 800 diesel
Economy: 0.5 km/l
Chassis: Caterpiller, Heavy

Street Index: 4

Availability: n/a

Cost: 1,312,300 :nuyen:

T-132 MBT

With the proliferation of such highly mobile antitank platforms, few militaries are able to afford to field or are willing to risk heavy armor to battle. Only Russia maintains a large and viable armored force. In the Russian order of battle tank battallions still provide Motorized Rifle regiments with heavy firepower. While the T-132 is most often employed in artillery support more similar to self propelled artillery it maintains excellent direct fire capabilities. The gyrostabilized S2S-5 152mm autoloading cannon provides the ample firepower with a typical combat load of seventy five rounds available, typically a mix of APFSDS, HEAT, Cannister, and Basic HE. Although dated, the tank's thermal sights, shortrange radar and seismic sensors are still very capable for engaging most targets. Backing it up is a MG mounting over the commander's position for close support with AA capabilities. With the same evolutionary layout tracing its way back to the venerable T-34 line, its most notable feature is a Shevetov 12cyl turbo diesel powerplant which enables a max speed of 74kmph over the worst terrain, with provision for snorkeling operations. With a crew of three (Driver,Gunner, Commander), there is an intresting departure from previous thinking, in that all positions are adjustable for larger occupants, perhaps to entice some metas into a tanker's life.

While principally employed by the Red Army, The T-132 is employed in smaller numbers by both the MVD and Interior Army as well as several minor powers in minimal numbers as a show of force. Of note the T-132 has seen extensive action against rebel forces in Yakut. Most frightening, of course, was the appearance of one in the inventory of a black marketeer in the Vladivostock area, and the suspected posession of units by various Vory warlords.

Other Features: CMC3, Turbocharging (factored in) Enviroseal: Engine and Water, Smart Armor, Large Turret (W/Light Naval Gun and 3CF ammo bin 75rnds), Mini Anti-Aircraft turret, Gyrostabilization 6, ECM 4, ECCM 4, 3 Reinforced Seats.

Similar Models: Ares M-20 "Schwartzkoph", IWS Champion Mk.2, S-K Leopard III.
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Embraer-Dassault DASS-59a

Body: 5
Armor: 6
Cargo: 5
Handling: 2
Autonav/Pilot: 2/3
Sensor: 7
Seating: 1
Entry: 1h
Load: 1,100
Speed: 100
Accel.: 20
Signature: 6
Fuel: 3,500L Jet Turbine
Economy: 0.3 km/l
Chassis: Assault Helicopter

Street Index: 6

Availability: n/a

Other Features: Vigilant Autocannon (Internal, Smartgun-II, 160 rnds, RC 9), Internal Missle Mount x8, Contingency Maneuver Controls 3, Rigger Adaption, APPS, BattleTac FDDM, ECM 5, ECCM 5, ED 2, ECD 1, Power Amp 5, TacCom 8

Cost: 1,732,250¥

The DASS-59a was designed as a next-generation medium-range attack helicopter, through funding by Saeder-Krupp Prime; the Dragon apparently planned to field test the chopper by forwarding the Kazakhstani government the funding it needed to purchase and maintain a small unit.

Though the DASS-59a has yet to see action in a major conflict, industry experts are optimistic in regards to its capabilities. What sets the DASS-59a apart from its fellows--besides the astronomical pricetag--is that it offers a complete multi-role package. From close support to anti-armor to deep strike to scout, the DASS-59a is equipped to handle any task superbly and with a maximized opportunity for success.

(lodestar, i should note that the Leopard III has already been statted out. if you haven't already picked it up, i'd recommend that you go buy SOTA:2063, as it has a large selection of military-grade vehicles, including a fair number of Russian tanks.)
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post Nov 24 2003, 04:55 PM
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(My bad, That's one book I don't have. The T-132 is only suposed to be similar. One might note that Dasault Embraer is a subsiduary of Aztechnology though. )
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GM MGS3 (LOSAT3)

Body: 6
Armor: 24, Ablative-3 + SAS
Cargo: 30, 46 with benches folded (5, 21)
Handling: 4/5
Autonav/Pilot: 3/-
Sensor: 8
Seating: 5b
Entry: 1h+1x
Load: 632, 1232 with benches folded (247, 847)
Speed: 100
Accel.: 8
Signature: 6
Fuel: 500PF EFC
Economy: 2km/l
Chassis: APC, Wheeled

Street Index: 4

Availability: n/a

Cost: 835,550 :nuyen: (921,800 :nuyen: )

General Motors Mobile Gun System 3

The main infantry support vehicle in the CAS army, the MGS3 is fielded in some numbers by many other North American armies as well. While not heavily enough armed to engage MBTs, the M424 railgun is quite capable of killing most APCs, LAVs or IFAVs at ranges up to 9 kilometers. It has proved quite effective against helicopters and fixed emplacements as well.

Though it's armament and mobility already make it a great threat on the battlefield, the MGS3 real claim to fame lies in it's extreme survivability. Its heavy layered ceramic armor is complemented by additional ceramic plating and a reactive armor system, protecting it from most threats that would easily knock out other vehicles in its class. The advanced construction methods and radar-absorbent materials utilized in the design, combined with the low-signature electric fuel cell engine and a SOTA electronics suite make the MGS3 all but invisible in the battlefield, while its powerful sensors allow it to fire its own weapons accurately at any target.

GM LOSAT3

A modification of the MGS3 platform for those situations where the M424 railgun is not heavy enough, the LOSAT3 does away with the turret assembly and adds internal missile mounts for 8 Block III Outlaw missiles and launch systems. The LOSAT3 can simultaneously engage and destroy 2 MBTs at ranges up to 10km within seconds of spotting them.

The weight and space requirements of the LOSAT-system reduce the available cargo space significantly, but the modified MGS hull can still carry 8 men, their gear and a quarter of a ton of additional payload.

Other features: Ablative armor 3, Amphibious operations package 2, APPS (crew bench), CMC 3, Crash cages, ECM 5, ECCM 5, Electronics ports, Enviroseal (gas), Life support (10 man-hrs), Power amplifiers 10, RAM 1 (factored in), Remote medium turret (Light railgun, 1CF ammo bin, 50 rnds), Rigger adaptation, Roll bars, Seats (4 folding benches), Smart armor system, Smart materials (factored in).
LOSAT3: Launch control systems (Medium, 2), Internal missile mounts (2, 4 Outlaw Block III's each). No turret.

Similar models: Lockheed-Chenowth M15 MGS, Steyr-Daimler Pandur IV.
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post Jul 25 2005, 05:24 PM
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Northrop Grumman Tracker II

Body: 6
Armor: 0
Cargo: 47 (Civillian variant 107)
Handling: 3
Autonav/Pilot: 3
Sensor: 5 (3)
Seating: 3b
Entry: 2d+1f (Civ 2d+1g)
Load: 953 (Civ 2307 w/tanks full 307)
Speed: 135/380
Accel.: 28
Signature: 3
Fuel: 1000jet
Economy: 3km/l
Chassis: Twin Engine
L/T: VSTOL

Street Index: 4 (Civillian 2)

Availability: n/a

Cost: 1,118,500 (Civillian 624,500)

The TrackerII fulfils the ASW role in many militaries and some corp sec services. Able to operate from even the smallest carrier decks, the ASW tracker usually packs a single MADCAP torpedo internally in its hunter killer role. With its very efficient PW turboprops the tracker also has excellent range and patrol endurance. Using the same airframe but minus the arrestor gear a civillian version has been produced in far fewer numbers, employed usually as a firefighting tanker. In this capacity it sees service in many of the NANs.

Other features: Electronics Port, 2 External Hardpoints Secondary controls. Civil:ECCM 3, 2000litre water or retardant tank. ASW: ECM 5, ECCM 5, MAD 5, Tailhook 1 Internal reinforced mount.

Similar models: Mitsubitshi MU-56, IWS-BAe Fulmar.
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post Jul 25 2005, 06:14 PM
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Ares M114A4 Cleric

Body: 10
Armor: 2 + 6 Ablative
Cargo: 4
Handling: 3/3
Autonav/Pilot: 3/3
Sensor: 6
Seating: 3
Entry: 2h
Load: 295
Speed: 50
Accel.: 3
Signature: 6
Fuel: 600l Diesel
Economy: 1.5km/l
Chassis: Caterpillar, Heavy

Street Index: 5

Availability: n/a

Cost: 1,822,300 :nuyen:

The Ares M114A4 Cleric is a highly mobile, state of the art heavy self-propelled howitzer. More cost-effective than rocket/missile artillery, possessing greater range than mortars, and capable of launching payloads heavier than its smaller cousins, it is a common sight in field artillery regiments the world over, as well as in many mechanized/armor brigade combat teams and larger compound units.

Its great bulk and hefty price tag has reduced interest in corporate forces, but its impressive communications, fire direction and electronic warfare package has made it a favorite of many of the better-endowed national militaries.

Other Features: BattleTac FDDM, ED-4, Extra-Large High-Elevation Turret (Medium Naval Gun, 36 rounds), Gas Enviroseal, Life Support (10 man-hours), Power Amps-10, Remote-Control Encryption Module-6, Remote-Control Interface, Rigger Adaptation, Smartlink Integration, Thermal Baffles-2 (factored in)

Similar models: BAe AS-II, S-K PzH 5
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BAe AS56 Conqueror

Body: 10
Armor: 6 + 6 Ablative
Cargo: 5
Handling: 4/4
Autonav/Pilot: 3/3
Sensor: 6
Seating: 3
Entry: 2h
Load: 317
Speed: 45
Accel.: 3
Signature: 6
Fuel: 650l Diesel
Economy: 1.5km/l
Chassis: Caterpillar, Heavy

Street Index: 5

Availability: n/a

Cost: 1,001,060 :nuyen:

Designed to fill the gap between heavy self-propelled howitzers and mobile gun systems or self-propelled mortars, the BAe AS56 Conqueror is a field artillery battalion workhorse. It is capable of a high rate of extremely accurate centrally directed fire, and yet remains affordable and can be more readily transported into the operational theater than many similar systems. Thanks to these features, more than two thousand have been sold so far world-wide.

Other Features: BattleTac FDDM, ED-4, Gas Enviroseal, Large High-Elevation Turret (Light Naval Gun, 80 rounds), Life Support (10 man-hours), Power Amps-10, Remote-Control Encryption Module-6, Remote-Control Interface, Rigger Adaptation, Ring Mount (Stoner-Ares M107, 800 APDS rounds + 200 AV rounds), Smartlink Integration, Thermal Baffles-2 (factored in)

Similar models: Ares M117, IWS HMLWHWS MK 3, AUF-7

Note: Rules-wise, a "High-Elevation Turret" is an "Anti-Aircraft Turret", ie. allows an elevation of 75 degrees. Feel free to design a cheaper light SP-howitzer based on the same principles, no doubt they'd still be around in Asia, Africa and South America.

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This needs a Wiki project
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post Aug 22 2005, 01:36 AM
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i will post some of my vehicles here, but i have another question, rumors say that there will not be a rigger 4, so i wondered if you guys were interested in creating some sort of conversion guide for vehicles.
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post Aug 22 2005, 01:43 AM
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I would love someone forever if they put up stats for the KA-52, also known as the Alligator

or "the sexiest hellicopter evar."
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post Aug 22 2005, 03:05 AM
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Well it is no wiki project.... but I archived these at least.

Vehicles section of Delta grade
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post Aug 22 2005, 01:57 PM
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The Cleric :D Guess it's ugly as sin but effectiv.

Do you accept robots and drones? I have an ugly infantry system or two.

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