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Civilian Hulk (NPCs: mission Mission Faction Industrials)

Civilian Hulk (not published)

  • RaceRace: Gallente
Civilian Hulk

Description:

The Hulk is the largest craft in the second generation of mining vessels created by the ORE Syndicate. Exhumers, like their mining barge cousins, are equipped with electronic subsystems specifically designed to accommodate Strip Mining modules. They are also far more resilient, better able to handle the dangers of deep space. The Hulk is, bar none, the most efficient mining vessel available.

Civilian Hulk

defenses

hitpoints EM
resistance
explosive
resistance
kinetic
resistance
thermal
resistance
uniformity *
Shield: 2000
0.62
0.5
0.37
0.35
0.75 %
Armor: 1500
0.62
0.5
0.37
0.35
0.75 %

* Threshold below which damage starts "bleeding" through to the lower level

shield Recharge Rate
Shield recharge time: 625000 S
Civilian Hulk

Fitting:

No data available.
Civilian Hulk

Targeting:

  • Signature radiusSignature radius: 150 m


Structure and speed:
  • MassMass: 40000000 kg
  • VolumeVolume: 200000 m3
  • Cargo capacityCargo capacity: 8000 m3
  • Maximum velocityMaximum velocity: 100
  • Inertia modifierInertia modifier: 0.3
Speed:
  • Orbit Velocity Orbit Velocity 65
Capacitor:
  • Capacitor Capacity Capacitor Capacity 625
  • Capacitor Recharge time Capacitor Recharge time 18750000
Targeting:
  • RADAR Sensor Strength RADAR Sensor Strength 0
  • Ladar Sensor Strength Ladar Sensor Strength 0
  • Magnetometric Sensor Strength Magnetometric Sensor Strength 8
  • Gravimetric Sensor Strength Gravimetric Sensor Strength 0
  • Disallows Assistance Disallows Assistance 1
Structure:
  • Structure Hitpoints Structure Hitpoints 3500
Turrets:
  • Accuracy falloff Accuracy falloff 0
Entity Rewards:
  • Security Status Kill Amount Security Status Kill Amount 0

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