Destiny

From Wikipedia of the Dark Jedi Brotherhood, an online Star Wars Club
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Destiny
Production information
Class:

GR-75 medium transport

Technical specifications
Length:

90 Meters

Max speed (space):

20

Max speed (atmosphere):

650 KPH

Hyperdrive rating:

Class 4

Shielding:

480 SBD

Hull:

112 RU

Armament:

4 Dual Turbolaser Cannons

Crew:

7

Cargo capacity:

19,000 (can be modified to allow for carrying of 40 passengers)

Consumables:

6 months

Usage
Role(s):

General Transport Ship

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Destiny, originally nammedDeliverer, served the New Republic, running cargo to various installations in the Mid and Outer Rims. Its final assignment came in the form of delivering arms and supplies to a damaged cruiser undergoing emergency repairs. Unfortunately, that cruiser happened to be the Vengeance. Upon gaining further intelligence on the Republic outpost, the Ketoan Consul amended the capture operation to include any supply ships docked near the cruiser. Though a number of smaller craft managed to elude the Obelisk detachment tasked with this part of the operation, the original crew of the Deliverer was cut off or slain, and the ship captured. With the merger of the two Clans the ship was renamed Destiny, and assigned to running supplies for Morroth.

It was later present at the Battle of Antei, having been pressed into service as a picket ship to help guard against treachery from the other Clans. The transport was badly damaged during the fighting, and lagged behind during the frantic retreat. Though the ship could not be positively identified among the debris found in the weeks following the battle, the crew is presumed dead; killed either by the enemy fleet or the nature of the Shroud.

Background

CSK’s choice in the Capital Gains competition