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Landsraad Ixian Amtal Export Fighter

Owner

Landsraad (Minor Houses)
Class Medium Fighter
Availability Unlimited Deployment
In Service 9990
Out of Service na
Source Dune
Author Christian Meador
Last Updated March 25, 2005
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Description:
The Amtal Export fighter is a common fighter in use by every faction. It was one of the first fighters mass produced by the House as it recovered from the invasion of Ix by the Bene Tleilaxu, and many in the Imperium wondered if the famed manufacturers had lost their touch when it came to new designs. An average fighter all around, the Amtal's only redeeming quality was its inexpensive cost. Because of this House Richese took the lead in fighter design, and the Padishah and Shirkhan became the default superiority fighters for another generation. Indeed, even the name Amtal was met with derision. A galac term meaning 'tested to the very edge of destruction and beyond', many felt it was all too appropriate for such a mediocre offering.

And this was exactly what Lord Vernius desired.

Ship Control Sheet(s):
Landsraad Ixian Amtal Export Fighter - SCS
 Unlimited Deployment
 
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Design Notes:
The Amtal is an unlimited deployment fighter for all factions. CHOAM, House Ordos, the Bene Geserrit, and the Spice Smugglers utilized the design the most frequently, but all forces had it available as a relatively inexpensive medium fighter design.


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