Minor addition to Saracen's profile in preparation for the next mission, will edit into his profile and implement IC if approved.
Name: Saracen Rune.
Powers and Abilities: Special gravity-manipulating capacitors built directly into his armour allow him to fly and hover near silently. Maximum movement speed using these is limited to his body’s own terminal velocity. As such, his armour has been reinforced to withstand these increased speed and pressures, making him more durable than the average hero.
Weapon(s): Saracen’s weapon of choice is a sturdy, powerful rifle that fires precise, high-impact energy bolts across mid-distance ranges. In preparation for taking on larger vessels in the air, his rifle has been equipped with a secondary RPG launcher. His helmet is equipped with a set of goggles possessing several variations of targeting software – telescopic, thermal, and night vision – to assist in his aiming.
Appearance: Clad in blue and grey, this hero is slightly taller than average, and carries himself with a haughty air of confidence that is more than a little intimidating.
Bio: Not particularly talkative, Saracen just gets the job done and gets on with his life. He is quiet, calm and efficient, and will carry out his orders to the letter without hesitation. He has little understanding of true ethics or morals, as he’s been brought up to believe that whatever Hero Factory does or asks him to do is the right thing.
Proper profile for Silvia's Ship:
Name: the Wolf Pup.
Ship Size: Medium – spacious cockpit large enough for three occupants, seating in the body of the ship for an additional 20-ish beings, plus a decent-sized cargo hold.
Pilots: Silvia Raine.
NPC/S: “Alpha”, an advanced repair/maintenance drone who serves as Silvia’s co-pilot/engineer, and gives her someone to talk to.
Communications Systems: The ship is capable of broadcasting and receiving messages on most galaxy-wide open channels.
Navigation and Drive: As Silvia conducts business in many regions of the galaxy, her vessel has extensive starmaps depicting most inhabited worlds and numerous major trade routes.
Weapons/Armour Systems: Primarily a transport vessel, the Pup relies on its armour plating and shield systems to protect it from missiles, lasers, asteroids, extreme temperatures, etc. The cockpit has been further reinforced to prevent easy access in the unlikely event of a boarding situation. For combat and defence, the ship also carries a heavy laser cannon on each wing, and is able to deploy flare countermeasures to divert heat-seeking projectiles and the like.
Propulsion Systems: Possessing a cluster of smaller thrusters to prevent a single lucky hit from disabling it, the Pup’s size and weight renders it fairly slow when travelling sub-light, and the numerous engines mean that it takes longer for the FTL to charge. Because it’s designed for lengthy space voyages, the ship has a large fuel capacity, and spare fuel cells are stored in the cargo hold.
Land vs Dock: Designed for versatility, the Pup is able to land securely on most forms of terrain.
MOC/S: Wolf Pup. Alpha.
And a ship for Reginald, too.
Name: the Old Timer.
Ship Size: Small – single hero fighter.
Pilots: Sir Reginald Buckley.
Communications Systems: Access to regular HF and civilian channels.
Navigation and Drive: As one would expect of a HF vessel, it has full access to Hero Factory’s starmaps, with the interior of the cockpit serving as a touchscreen HUD for displaying information on the ship’s systems.
Weapons/Armour Systems: Lightly armoured, the vessel mostly relies on its small size and agility for defence in combat. Each wing is equipped with a plasma blaster, and the wings are sharpened and reinforced for slicing at enemy vessels.
Propulsion Systems: Each of the four wings has an engine mounted on the back, and as each wing can rotate and move independently of the others, this allows the fighter an extensive range of motion and manoeuvrability. However, as it lacks FTL capabilities, this fighter must rely on being docked with larger vessels in order to traverse the expanses of space.
Land vs Dock: Standard gear for landing on most forms of terrain.