Manufactured in a wide range of models, capabilities, and internal configurations, the deWulf Heavy Industries Massern-class passenger shuttle is quite literally the standard by which all other small craft are measured. While smaller than many other craft (including older air-breathing passenger and cargo haulers), the Massern's drive field propulsion system makes for substantially faster travel… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Passenger Shuttle
I had a week off in August, and while I think I didn't get as much done in it as I wanted to, it was productive nonetheless...
The signature small craft in deWulf space, the Raumer Spaceworks Käfer is also the primary small craft carried on every deWulf Navy ship, from the smaller Augen-Class survey ships to the monolithic Sieg-Class Siege Dreadnoughts. Originally designed as a civilian small craft, its low cost and effectiveness quickly brought it into general Navy service. Unlike… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Small Gig
"Excuse me, PackMaster Schäfer? I have something you need to see."
Developed to counter Elysian gunboats, the Trans-Solar Armament Industries (TSAI) Muräne-class fighter craft was the first dedicated space superiority small craft fielded by the deWulf. Drawing inspiration from aerospace combat craft like the deWulf Industries Aspe-class, the Muräne fully embraces drive-field propulsion to make it an effective deep space combatant. The first and most visible… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Space Fighter
Tiber Station was built by the Riverways Recreational Consortium in Sol. Designed from the outset as a recreational station, Tiber Station was the fourth in a series of six stations built to support already existing orbital station clusters by providing dedicated spaces to recreation and entertainment, spaces that were at best minimal on most other… Continue reading Sketches – Tiber Station