Technology

Angelic

Minerals

Gravnets

Helionite Crystals (or Helionites)

Wormhole Technology

HALO (Hyperspace Array Linking Outposts) Gates

  • HALO Gates – Hyperspace Array Linking Outposts gates are cosmic wormhole gates that allow for spacecrafts and satellite signals to travel through hyperspace by linked gate outposts. These anomalous cosmic gates are rumored to have been engineered by angels in prehistorical times before they abandoned the Atlantica System.

Spaceways

  • Spaceways – The hyperspace pathways linked by the HALO (Hyperspace Array Linking Outposts) gates, that spacecrafts can travel through at near-light speeds.

Armor

Exo-Frames

Mecha-Frames

Spacecrafts

Starships

Stellarships

  • Stellarships – Heavily armed mobile spacefleet space stations powered by large stellar cores.

Worldships

  • Worldships – Armed mobile civilian space stations used as homes by nomadic civilizations.

Space Stations

Space Stations

Spaceway Stations

  • Spaceway Stations – Space outposts that host HALO (Hyperspace Array Linking Outposts) gates.

Spaceports

Interplanetary Spaceports

  • Interplanetary Spaceports – Spaceports that orbit the Atlantica sun, inbetween planetary mass objects and within their faction space.

Planetary Spaceports

  • Planetary Spaceports – Spaceports that orbit their host planets.

Lunar Spaceports

  • Lunar Spaceports – Spaceports that orbit their host moons.

Capital Spaceships

Banner Spaceships

  • Banner Spaceships – Armed civilian capital ships that are the most powerful spaceships in a fleet. Banner spaceships are typically escorted by carrier spaceships with space fighters.

Dreadnaughts

  • Dreadnaughts – Heavily armed spacefleet capital ships that are the most powerful spaceships in a fleet. Dreadnaughts are typically escorted by battlestars and battle spaceships.

Battlestars

  • Battlestars – Heavily armed titan carrier spaceships that carry space fighters and have built-in factories powered by small stellar cores. Battlestars are typically escorted by battle spaceships.

Spaceships

Battle Spaceships

  • Battle Spaceships – Heavily armed assault carrier spaceships that carry space fighters, along with boarding and ground troops. Battle spaceships are typically escorted by battlecruisers.

Battlecruisers

  • Battlecruisers – Armed spacefleet defense spaceships with unique main weapons. Battlecruisers typically operate in conjunction with space fighters.
  • Destroyers – Armed spacefleet battlecruisers that are purpose-built. Destroyers typically operate in conjunction with space fighters.

Carrier Spaceships

  • Carrier Spaceships – Armed civilian escort spaceships that carry space fighters.

Space Freighters

  • Space Freighters – Heavily armed cargo spaceships. Space freighters are typically escorted by carrier spaceships with space fighters.
  • Cargo Spaceships – Armed cargo spaceships. Space freighters are typically escorted by carrier spaceships with space fighters.
  • Space Tankers – Lightly armed civilian tanker spaceships. Space freighters are typically escorted by carrier spaceships with space fighters. Space tankers are highly explosive targets, when in battle. Space tanker pilots are paid the highest space piloting wages, even more than spacefleet pilots.

Transport Spaceships

  • Spaceliners – Lightly armored civilian spaceships for transporting passengers and cargo.
  • Cruise Spaceships – Lightly armored civilian spaceships for luxurious passenger travel, tourism, and vacation.
  • Prison Spaceships

Vessel Spaceships

  • Exploration Vessels – Lightly armed civilian spaceships for space exploration. Exploration vessels are typically used by frontier space explorers and space mining prospectors.
  • Research Vessels – Lightly armed civilian spaceships for scientific researchers.

Hospital Spaceships

Colony Spaceships

  • Colony Spaceships – Lightly armed civilian spaceships that can be repurposed as living spaces for lodging. Colony spaceships carry everything that is needed for nomadic peoples to survive in frontier worlds.

Recreational Spaceships

  • Recreational Spaceships – Lightly armed civilian spaceships which include living quarters designed for lodging.

Patrol Spaceships

  • Frigates
  • Corvettes or Cutters

Space Fighters

Interceptors

  • Interceptors – Armed spacefleet and civilian space fighters whose purpose is to capture or destroy enemy missiles, bombs, and munitions.

Assault Fighters

  • Assault Fighters – Heavily armed spacefleet and civilian space fighters whose purpose is to attack enemy targets.

Stealth Fighters

  • Stealth Fighters – Armed spacefleet and civilian stealth space fighters used for intel, recon, and infiltration.

Space Shuttles

Assault Space Shuttles

Caravan Space Shuttles

  • Caravan Space Shuttles – Lightly armed civilian space shuttles, with living spaces, that can be assembled into a single spaceship.

Camper Space Shuttles

  • Camper Space Shuttles – Lightly armed civilian space shuttles which include single or double living quarters for accommodation.

Space Pods

Drop Pods

  • Drop Space Pods – Heavily armored space pods for breaching other spacecrafts, landing ground troops, or dropping care packages.

Life Pods

  • Life Pods – Armored space pods that seat 5 to 10 people for escaping a damaged spacecraft and for long term survival.
  • Escape Pods – Armored space pods that seat 2 to 4 people for escaping a damaged spacecraft and for short term survival.

Utility Pods

  • Utility Pods – Lightly armored space pods for building, construction, maintenance, and minor repairs.

Satellites

Stellar Satellites

  • Federation Satellites – Federation communications satellites.
  • HALO Satellites – Federation satellites for sending radio signals to the closest Hyperspace Array Linking Outposts gates.
  • Research Satellites – Civilian scientific research satellites.
  • Media Satellites – Civilian corporate media satellites.
  • Spacefleet Satellites – Spacefleet communications and defense satellites.
  • Space Weather Satellites – Federation research and space weather satellites.

Planetary and Lunar Satellites

  • Corporate Satellites
  • Federation Satellites – Federation communications satellites.
  • Media Satellites – Civilian corporate media satellites.
  • Research Satellites – Civilian scientific research satellites.
  • Spacefleet Satellites – Spacefleet communications and defense satellites.
  • Weather Satellites – Federation research and space weather satellites.