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'Sowen' - Samhain Fire Mk II . As the second Alien war came to a close, GAIA's tech advancements led to this refit version of the retired Samhain Fire. Fore Plasma rod removed for the sake of an FTL drive, the first time minaturisation tech has allowed a fighter to be so equipped. Even as the FTL capable Hell-Fires and Sentinels did the job of winning the second war, the thousands of Samhain Fires sitting in storage across GAIA were being refitted. With onboard FTL's, the need for gigantic expensive carriers was quickly ending and the surpluss funds could go into fighter production. When a horde of brand new FTL capable Celtic Fires and recently refitted Samhain Fires MkII's hit the space battle fields, the Draggonne soon capitualted. . Tanya Roberts picks up her ex-Amspace fighter pilot/mother, from atop GAIA experimental-headquarters, (pictured on cover) to test drive the new technology. Sadly her father is no longer around to see the great day, having died during the first Alien War.

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