Soqed Hozi Interceptor Analog 'Miy'Ungue Swarm Fighter'™
Speed: 1,520km/h (944.48 mph) in atmosphere Flight Ceiling: Spaceflight Capable Crew: One pilot Armor: Unknown, a form or very dense yet porous coral like substsance. Length: 6.15m (20.17 feet) Armament: Two Cassera plasma stalks
Lore:Space and atmospheric battles are a truely confusing theatre, large warships pounding away at one another, bombers making surgical strikes, interceptors and heavy fighters dogfighting, it is an amazing feat for a pilot to focus in such hectic warfare. When the Soqed Hozi are involved it becomes even more dangerous, with numerous creatures and craft all around, attacking through different means, even the most seasoned and experianced squadrons find it difficult to succeed against such an array of opposition. The Miy'Ungue swarm fighter is just one of these deadly opponents, these starfighters are the smallest piloted craft encountered by human combatants, and fill the role of an interceptor for the Soqed Hozi. These craft are small, nimble, and well armored for such small ships, and it is a stretch of the word to call them that. Like all Soqed Hozi equipment, they are very much alive. Each component of the craft is a biological organism sheathed in a coral like armor and all cooperating and fullfilling a different role, not unlike a man-o-war indigenous to Earth.
Very little is known of these fighters, captured or damaged craft have perished quickly in the hands of human researchers. The weapon systems are two sponge like Cassera stalks, that can eject packets of plasma at high velocity, the windscreen is a transparent film of solid micah like mineral, and the propulsion system is a small amoeba like organism that creates its own gravitational pull and push, moving the ship silently and quickly. All the ship/creatures functions respond to stimulation from the pilot via an interface system. These fighters are quick and deadly, cooperating with larger creatures such as Shedim and Vom'tasi in the dangerous ballet of interstellar combat.