Typically, ships have attachment points to attach components, weapons, missiles, and accessories. These items can be purchased new from many ship manufacturers or specialty builders; or second hand at waste pickers.
Avionics[edit | edit source]
Avionics is the on-board electronics allowing to control the elements of the ship and to collect their state.
Propulsion systems[edit | edit source]
The propulsion systems include all the elements which take part in the propulsion of the ship apart from the thrusters themselves.
Thrusters[edit | edit source]
The thrusters allow the ship to evolve in its environment. A spacecraft has a very large quantity of them, in order to perform maneuvers in space and in the atmosphere of a planet, in all situations.
Systems[edit | edit source]
Systems have a direct impact on the functioning of the ship. They protect it, regulate it, and provide it with energy.
Hardpoint matrix[edit | edit source]
Ship components are defined by three major criteria: Size and Grade and Class.
|Size||The size is a classification assigned to every component slot of a ship, only components of matching sizes can be installed|
Weaponry[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]