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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 TIE Phantom TIE Defender vs Characteristics Armament Role Characteristics Armament Role This fighter was designed by Sinear Fleet Systems shortly before the Battle of Endor This TIE is different due to the fact that it has a hyperdrive and shields, which almost every other TIE fighter does not, as well as the fact that it is one of the most heavily armed TIEs out there This fighter has four L-s9.3 laser cannons mounted on the two lower wings and two NK-3 ion cannons mounted on the upper wing. The ship also featured two M-g-2 general-purpose warhead launchers on the bottom of the pilot module, each of which could be equipped with a standard load of four proton torpedoes or concussion missiles. Origin These ships started off as V38 assult fighters and equipped with deflector shields and a hyperdrive The main difference between these fighters and any other TIE is that this fighter has a built-in cloaking device and sensor jammers. Origin The TIE Defender was designed to serve as a multi-role starfighter, capable and durable enough to take on a variety of missions. Standard Imperial doctrine recommended that TIE Defenders operate in flight groups of four; however, Imperial commanders took advantage of the starfighter's superior abilities to customize mission forces on a case-by-case basis. There are many diffrences between these two specialty TIE fighters, but not many are aware of them. Here are a few. This fighter is equipped two laser cannons mounted to the body under the cockpit, with three others mounted to the wings The TIE Phantom's cloaking device allowed the fighters to move through space undetected. This invisibility, combined with the hyperspace capability, allowed them to travel to hostile systems to scout enemy positions ahead of an Imperial invasion. During a battle, they could move unseen around the area and look for vulnerable positions to attack, and the device also provided a major advantage during dogfights.
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