Eta-2 Actis Intercepter
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Huge starfighter
Init (pilot's -2); Senses Perception (pilot's +0)


Defense Ref 18 (or 16 + 1/2 pilot's level) (flat-footed 10), Fort 22; +3 armor
hp 70; DR 10; Threshold 32


Speed fly 16 squares (max. velocity 1,500 km/h), fly 6 (starship scale)
Ranged laser cannons (atk pilot's +2) (see below) or
Ranged ion cannons (atk pilot's +2) (see below)
Fighting Space 3x3 or 1 square (starship scale); Cover total (pilot), +5 (astomech droid)
Base Atk (pilot's); Grap (BA + 22)


Abilities Str 34, Dex 26, Con -, Int 14
Skills Initiative (crew skill -2) (+11*), Mechanics (crew skill) (+13*), Perception (crew skill) (+11*), Pilot (crew skill -2) (+11*), Use Computer (crew skill) (+13*)


Crew 1 plus astromech droid (ace); Passengers none
Cargo 60 kg; Consumables 2 days (1 week with booster ring); Carried Craft none
Hyperdrive: x1 (with booster ring), 10-jump memory (astromech droid)
Availability Military; 140,000 used
*Skill modifiers for standard astromech

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Laser cannons (pilot)
Atk (pilots BAB + 2) (-5 autofire), Dmg 4d10x2


Ion cannos (pilot)
Atk (pilot's BAB + 2) (-5 autofire), Dmg 4d10x2 ion


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The Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor, sometimes referred to as the Jedi interceptor due to its extensive use by Jedi pilots, was a Republic starfighter used late in the Clone Wars that shared design elements with the Republic's Delta-7 and Delta-7B starfighters, as well as the TIE fighters of the later Galactic Empire. The Galactic Alliance would later come to utilize a successor, the Eta-5 interceptor.

At 5.47 meters in length, the Eta-2 was significantly shorter than the already diminutive Delta-7. The new fighter's mass was further reduced by removing much of the forward space-frame, leaving the front of the ship in a forked shape. Like its predecessor, it was also too small to hold an onboard hyperdrive. Because of this, the Eta-2 had to rely on carrier vessels or hyperspace transport rings for long-distance travel. However, the Actis did have a full astromech droid socket, instead of a truncated unit as was seen in the early models of Aethersprite starfighter.

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