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Name: Naboo Light Starfighter
Type: Theed Palace Space Vessels NL-1 Starfighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 9.2 Meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting - Naboo Starfighter
Crew: 1+Astromech
Crew Skill: Starfighter Piloting 5D+1, Starship Gunnery 5D, Starship Shields 5D
Consumables: 5 Days
Cost: 55,000 (used)
Cargo Capacity: 25 Kg
Hyperdrive Multiplier: X1
Hyperdrive Backup: No
Nav Computer: Uses Astromech
Space: 9
Atmosphere: 390;1150kmh
Maneuverability: 3D+2
Hull: 2D+2
Shields: 1D
Sensors:
         Passive: 10/0D
         Scan: 30/1D
         Search: 50/2D
         Focus: 2/3D

Weapons:
         Twin Blaster Cannons
                 Fire Arc: Front
                 Fire Control: 2D
                 Space: 1-3/12/25
                 Atmosphere Range: 100-300/1.2/2.5km
                 Damage: 5D

Description: The Naboo NL-1 is a light variant of the Naboo Starfighter, developed by Theed Spaceworks in response to the very particular needs of the Naboo N-1 fighter. Whereas the N-1 needs specialised docking equipment, the NL-1 can use standard starport facilities for refueling and docking, the fighter is also faster and more agile than its older brother due to the same engines being used on the smaller vessel. While most of the fighters other systems as smaller and weaker than the heavier models this design is still deadly in combat, and matches up easily to newer designs, easily outclassing its rivals at the time like the Z-95 headhunter. Only sold in small numbers, the NL-1 has actually survived in larger numbers than its cousins, due mainly to the standardised docking facilities of the design, which have allowed the fighter to remain in use by private citizens even after the military docking facilities have been decomissioned.


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