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Delta-7 Aethersprite Interceptor

Owner

Old Republic
Class Light Fighter
Availability Limited Availability (33%)
In Service -30
Out of Service n/a
Source AOTC
Author George Lucas
Last Updated November 8, 2005
Delta-7 Aethersprite Interceptor
Description:
The Delta-7 was a small, sleek interceptor used by the Jedi Knights for reconnaissance missions. However, the starfighter was fitted with two twin-barrel laser cannons allowing the pilot to fight when necessary. As part of the Republic Judicial Department, the starfighters owned by the Jedi Order were colored in the maroon-and-white hues that represented diplomatic immunity in the Galactic Republic.

The Aethersprite was too small for a hyperdrive, instead relying on other spacecraft or an external hyperdrive ring for faster-than-light travel. The size of the craft also would not allow for a factory model astromech droid navigator, as future starfighters such as the X-wing used. Instead, astromech droids were integrated directly into the starfighter, with only the droid's truncated heads visible. The Aethersprite has very powerful sublight engines.

Ship Control Sheet(s):
Delta-7 Aethersprite Interceptor - SCS
 Limited Availability (33%)
 
This ship is included in the:
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Design Notes:
Two stats listed, the numbers on the left on the left indicate the fighter with a normal pilot or unskilled Jedi, the numbers on the right indicate the ships potential with a skilled Jedi pilot.


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