Casus Beli 44 has a a badass fighter/bomber in it. Excuse my Frengrish, but the article is nearly: At the beginning of the Rebellion, certain companies building or subcontractor of the space engines (such INCOM) were very quickly made inoperative by the escape of some of their "brains." They brought to the Rebellion their know-how, the plans and especially of the prototypes as that of the X-WING starfighter which currently outclasses our TIE fighter class. In this escape, they could not fortunately steal the prototype of the STC001 but succeeded in seriously damaging it. The faithful engineers in the service of our Emperor indefatigably worked on and built the STC003 " Starcrasher." After the first results of the tests, this vessel is likely well to become the obsession of the rebels. Files of INCOM Extract "The STC003 seems to be, for the type of mission which is fixed for him, the most remarkable machine of destruction we have ever produced. Its firepower and its protections allow us devastating incursions among rebels. Moreover, at the time of the attacks on the ground, the noise of the siren terrorizes the defenders. -- Astrocapt. F. Stobas. 17th Imperial flotilla (Extracted from ' linterview appeared in Casus Belli Para Bellum n2473, devotes to the countryside of Tatooine.) Same at rest, the monster guard its air massive and threatening. Heavy Fighter Ground/Space " Starcrasher" MOD. STC 003 Drive Star Wars Type: STC003 Manufacturer: Sienner. SRT08 + 2 with. SRS.03. Length: 35m Width: 29m Crew: 4 Passenger: 2 Capacity compartment: 100kg Provisions: 2 weeks Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1 Navicomputer: yes Hyperdrive: yes Sublight speed: 2D Handiness: 1D Hull: 4D+2 Shields: coefficient 3D Armament: 2 heavy lasers under brought under control turret; fire control: 1D; damage combines: 7D 2 Ion cannons. Shooting independent; fire control: 2D; damage: 3D. 6 missiles; fire control: 2D; damage: 9D. Capacity of the bomb bay: 1 metric ton (detonite warhead). The whole article is pretty much IU written by Imperial Starfighter Pilot, F. Stobas.