|Polaris Dragon (Rebel Upgrade)|
|Requirements||Middle Rebellion string|
|Energy capacity||10 jumps or 1000 units|
|Total mass||100 tons|
|Free space||30 tons|
|Cargo space||50 tons|
|Gun hard-points||Maximum of 3|
|Turret hard-points||Maximum of 1|
|Standard armament||2 Wraith Cannons & 60 ammo, 1 Bio-Relay Laser|
|Included outfits||Afterburner, Rebel IR Jammer, Rebel Radar Jammer|
The Polaris, though traditionally isolationist, have long been sympathetic to the Rebellion, and have gifted them with the blueprints for their Dragon destroyers. Many long, dangerous voyages are required to carry the nutrient sludge required to grow the Rebel Dragon's hull from Polaris space to the shipyards on Rebel I and Rebel II.
Like the other Rebel ships, the Rebel Dragon comes in several variants:
- Heavy Destroyer Class: The standard model shown here.
- Carrier Class: Better engines and defenses; armed with 2 Wraith Cannons, a Bio-Relay Laser, 2 200mm Railguns, and 4 Rebel Viper Bays with assorted Rebel Viper variants.
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Though the Polaris created the dragon, the Rebels have more options as the Polaris do not sell much 'conventional' technology. One of the most upgradeable ships in the game, the Carrier variant of the Rebel Dragon has a massive amount of expansion room; almost as much as the Polaris Raven. It carries a quartet of heavy, high-priced fighter bays, and twin 200mm railguns that, when sold leaves 270 tons of expansion room; the most free mass for any non-freighter or heavy warship in the game. Some Rebel Dragons will possess Hellhound Missile Launchers.