Ship Types

  • Aegis Avenger Stalker

    Avenger Stalker

    Initially designed as Aegis’ frontline carrier ship for the military, the Avenger Stalker took a different path, ultimately having a long and storied career as the standard patrol craft of the UEE Advocacy. Utilizing its cargo hold for prisoner transport, the Avenger features a sturdy, reliable hull and the capacity for larger-than-expected engine mounts.

  • Aegis Avenger Titan

    Avenger Titan

    Lacking the Prisoner Cells of the Stalker or the EMP Generator of the Warlock, the Titan’s hold is free to carry cargo. Couple that available space with the Avenger’s tried and true combat abilities and you’ve got a light cargo hauler that’s more than capable of handling itself in a fight. *This is the standard Avenger chassis with the Titan Cargo Module pre-installed.

  • Aegis Avenger Titan Renegade

    Aegis Avenger Titan Renegade

    Created as part of the Masters of Flight series in conjunction with the flight-sim Arena Commander, the Renegade pays tribute to famed pilot Danny Solomon for his notable work with the Advocacy to bring justice to Bremen. This Avenger Titan comes equipped with a specialized dogfighting focused loadout and a custom special edition livery honoring this iconic ship.

    The Renegade is an aggressive dogfighting ship with a loadout of ballistic and gatling guns for quick, devastating firepower. For agile targets, four proximity missiles round out the weaponry to finish off fleeing foes.

  • Aegis Avenger Warlock

    Avenger Warlock EMP

    The Avenger Warlock was built towards a single design philosophy: stop ships, don’t destroy them. Probably the closest to a non-lethal fighter, the Warlock is outfitted with a Behring REP-8 EMP Generator, capable of emitting a powerful electromagnetic wave to disable any electronics unfortunate enough to be within the blast radius. *This is the standard Avenger chassis with the Warlock EMP module pre-installed.

  • Aegis Gladius

    Aegis Gladius

    The Gladius is an older design which has been updated over the years to keep up with modern technology. In military circles, the Gladius is beloved for its performance and its simplicity. A fast, light fighter with a laser-focus on dogfighting, the Gladius is an ideal interceptor or escort ship.

  • Aegis Idris-M

    Idris-M

    The Aegis Dynamics Idris-M is a frigate that is bigger than a bomber but smaller than a ship of the line. While it lacks the heavy armor and the capital weaponry of a cruiser, it is more maneuverable and are very configurable.

  • Aegis Idris-P

    Idris-P

    The Aegis Dynamics Idris-P is the mark two "peacekeeper" variant of the Idris, developed for the UEE patrol services. It lacks the ship-to-ship gun and spinal mount of Idris-M in favor of additional cargo capacity and superior speed.

  • Aegis Javelin

    Aegis Javelin

    The Aegis Dynamics Javelin is a massive, modular Destroyer-class capital ship designed for use by the UEE military, and it can be appropriated for entrepreneurial use.

  • Aegis Reclaimer

    Aegis Reclaimer

    The Aegis Reclaimer is an industrial salvage ship. Equipped with a reinforced cargo bay, a long-range jump drive and launch pods for unmanned drones, the Reclaimer is an ideal ship for taking advantage of deep space wrecks. Tractor beams, floodlights, scanner options and docking ports round out the tools on this capable, utilitarian spacecraft.

  • Aegis Redeemer

    Aegis Redeemer

    The Redeemer is a gunship by Aegis Dynamics, it has a powerful weapon loadout consisting of 2 manned turrets, 3 unmanned turrets, and 5 S2 Firestorm Kinetics missiles. Dotted with turrets and missiles, the Redeemer also doubles as an armored landing craft capable of delivering armored soldiers for first person combat. It was designed to be capable of performing both frontline assault tasks and boarding tasks. Equipped with strong shielding and a plethora of weapon systems, this ship can engage a wide range of enemies and board larger enemy vessels or space stations. As this ship is heavily focused on combat, it is more efficient in that task than other ships, like for example the Constellation, which is larger and less agile for an equivalent amount of overall combat capacity. The drawback for such a focus is a reduced multi-purpose ability and thus, the Redeemer only supports a small cargo bay. This ship features two manned turrets.