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Eraithu Planetary Freighter (Dal'kalt Class)
"Whichever Eraithu decided the ability to fly was a good way to conquer others was insane!" "Don't worry, Bones. They're all insane."
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One of the most deadly ground force units used by the Eraithu was the Dal'kalt Class planetary freighter. They are used to place beacons for transport of their main attack tanks and ferry troops into battle. Although large, they have 10 heavy plasma cannons to defend themselves, along with an Excalibur generator. They also have the ability to fly at full impulse in the atmosphere, something most ships can't do, with the exception of the Federation Intrepid class and Klingon B'rel class. The Excalibur generator was stolen from a Federation research lab. It produces more power than an anti-matter generator, and requires less materials to power it. It uses Quantanium, a refined compound of hydrogen, uranium and cobalt. Unlike most ships in the Eraithu Fleet, these were only put into production after the stealing of the Excalibur generator, making them around only a year old.

This was originally going to be used as a ship for one of the Mars Mission contests, but I later decided it should be part of the Eraithu fleet, since it uses the basic colors of the Eraithu ships(Green, bley and black) with the Federation colors for the generator.

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