Also, Mirai details:4xS2 Guns
1xS1 Power Plant
No QD or quantum fuel tank
The Mirai design team is dedicated to pairing the craftsmanship of their parent company MISC with Xi’an technology and traditional Saisei aesthetics to create the next generation of cutting-edge vehicles.
My guess is since the last MISC ship was the "Odyssey" these are named for the the "Furies" from the Iliad matching the Mythology naming convention, there were 3 sisters so I would expect a racing variant later this year.They seem to want to imply a Starfury.
I'm not seeing a need, or even really a desire.
At a guess (and assuming the images are scaled correctly ), you might be able to squeeze 2 (maybe 3) into the hangar, and possibly 3 or 4 in the vehicle bay, plus extras in the cargo pods if they ever let them have external doors for cargo loading\unloading.So how many of these puppies can we fit in a Carrack? Asking the important questions!
Bloody hell, want!It looks like we may have the first ship usable as a carrier in 3.19, to go with the Fury...
It almost looks like you could squeeze in 2 per bay if you were careful, although you'd have to stagger the launching of them.
*WANT INTENSIFIES*Something I thought of on the way home from work tonight:
- MISC (through MIRAI) make the Fury.
- MISC also make the Starfarer.
- The Fury is smaller than the fuel pods on the Starfarer.
What are the chances that CIG will make changes to the Starfarer (or a variant of it) to allow 6-8 Fury's to be carried as snub fighters\bombers in place of the fuel pods?
The central walkway between the fuel pods should be sufficient to get the pilots from the Starfarer to the cockpits of the Fury's, and there would be plenty of space to have them hang from the ship where the fuel pods are located, so in theory there wouldn't be too much work required for this...
Grim from Star Jump broke the model down last night so Q-drive or Q-fuel tank and it is so small it fits in a Cutlass