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Name/Model# : T-Wing
Designer/Manufacturer : Hoersh-Kessel Drive Incorporated
Combat Designation : Multi-Role Interceptor
Scale : Most likely starfighter
Length : 10 Metres
Skill : Unknown
Crew Skill : Unknown
Crew : 1 Pilot
Cost of Fighter : Unknown
Nav Computer : Most likely limited to a few Hyperspace Jumps
Acceleration : 21 MGLT per second
Sublight Speed : 111 MGLT <NOTE: Game play of TIE gives speed as 111 MGLT, even though TIE (Tech Room) states speed to be 110 MGLT>
Hyperdrive Rating : Unknown
Atmospheric Speed : Unknown
Manoeuvrability : 78 DPF
Cargo Capacity : Unknown
Consumables : Unknown
Pilot Support Systems : Unknown
Weapons :
2 Laser Cannons
2 Laser Cannons
2 Warhead Launchers (4 Concussion Missiles each)
Sensors : Passive : ?
Scan : ?
Search : ?
Focus : ?
Shields/Armour Rating : Shields 20 SBD. Hull 15 RU


    The T-Wing was developed some time around the Battle of Hoth. Somehow, the Rebels managed to obtain a few of these starfighters during their experimental stage. These experimental T-Wings were encountered by the Empire when an Imperial strike force led by TIE Defenders moved to seize a Rebel platform that was producing the Mag Pulse Torpedo. Its design makes the T-Wing an ideal interceptor. With an engine on each of its wingtips the T-Wing is capable of outrunning the venerable TIE Fighter. These inexpensive starfighters which are small, fast and manoeuvrable were later incorporated into planetary or system defence fleets. Also due to their cost they were a favourite of smugglers and pirates. They are good multi-role starfighters. The T-Wing's only real advantage lays in its speed.


Sources: TIE (Tech Room), (Battle 8 Mission 5), (Battle 10, Mission 1), (Battle 13 Mission 3) / XvsT (Craft Database), (Retaliation Strike on Airam Repair Yard at Hinda) / XA-SG***Pg 217