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Craft: Incom Corporation T-70 Space Superiority Fighter Type: Space superiority fighter Era: Force Awakens (~34 ABY) Affiliation: Resistance Source: Star Wars Episode VII, Star Wars Episode VII Visual Dictionary, Star Wars Episode VII Incredible Cross-Sections, stats by +Oliver Queen Scale: Starfighter Length: Skill: Starfighter pilot: T-70 Crew: 1 (pilot and astrogation droid) Passengers: None Cargo Capacity: 65 kilograms Consumables: 1 week Cost: Not available for sale Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1 Hyperdrive Backup: None Navigation Computer: No (uses astromech droid programmed with up to 10 jumps) Maneuverability: 3D Space: 9 Atmosphere: 400; 1,150 kph Hull: 4D Shields: 1D Sensors: Passive: 25/0D Scan: 50/1D Search: 75/2D Focus: 3/4D Weapons: 4 Laser Cannons (fire-linked) Fire Arc: Front Scale: Starship Skill: Starship gunnery Fire Control: 3D Space Range: 1-3/12/25 Atmosphere Range: 100-300/1.2/2.5 km Damage: 7D Proton Torpedo Launcher Fire Arc: Front Scale: Starship Skill: Starship gunnery Fire Control: 2D Space Range: 1/3/7 Atmosphere Range: 100/300/700 Ammo: 8 torpedoes Damage: 9D Underslung Blaster Cannon Fire Arc: Turret Scale: Speeder Skill: Starship gunnery
Fire Control: 2D Range: 3-75/200/500 Damage: 5D Game Notes: Guidenhauser enjector seat.
Capsule: The T-70 X-wing is a favorite craft of Resistance pilots, including Poe Dameron, who flies a customized example codenamed Black One. The latest incarnation of the venerable X-Wing family, the T-70 is faster than the ships that formed the backbone of the Alliance's starfighter corps during the Galactic Civil War and is equipped with more powerful weapons. X-wings are more expensive and complex than the First Order's TIE fighters; but much more versatile. They are nimble enough for dogfighting but powerful enough to slug it out with enemy capital ships. The original X-wing's designers envisioned a fighter with the speed and power to attack Imperial Star Destroyers, and delivered on that promise. Just like its predecessor, the T-70 has powerful wingtip cannons that can fire in single, dual, or quad mode, and it can punch through deflector shields with its eight proton torpedoes. Quick-change magazines allow pilots to swap torpedoes with other payloads, such as concussion missiles or magpulse warheads. The Rebellion built its T-65 X-wings in hangars and drydocks hidden from Imperial spies. The New Republic has no such constraints but its demilitarization efforts and rampant corruption have steered the few remaining starfighterscontracts to well-connected manufacturers. The Resistance can build few X-wings of its own, and instead make do with fighters donated by local security force or lent by senators who share General Organa's fears about the First Order. X-wings can scissor open their S-foils to maximize their cannon's field of fire and shed waste heat during combat. Four fusial ion engines give the T-70 its speed, but it owes its great maneuverability to finely callobrated retro thrusters with built-in electromagnetic gyros. Advances in miniaturization have allowed shipwrights to reduce the size of these components since the Galactic Civil War-era T-65.