Front view, showing the propeller housing and the Jupiter Chrome propeller.
The auto-musket on the right wing.
The other auto-musket, on the other wing.
The controls and the pilot.
The underside of the Vigg, with additional reinforced armour to prevent it being shot down by enemy fighters using the "diagonal music" method.
The Lunamoth/Bergmann Vigg’s name was derived from the Swedish word “vigg”, meaning “tufted duck”. It was manufactured mainly in Holland, and was powered by a Goggomobil engine, which protruded from the propeller housing, earning it its name. The Vigg was in service extensively with the Steambirds in the Sixteen Years War, and it was used a lot in the post-war times.
Name: Lunamoth/Bergmann Vigg
Designed by: Bergmann
Manufactured by: Lunamoth
Engine: Goggomobil 2-stroke
Armament: Two auto-muskets either side of the propeller housing
Dimensions (length/wingspan/height): 9.23metres/ 7.8metres/ 2.4metres
Max. Speed: 670km/h