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The DEF . The DEF stands for Double Engine Flyer. . The DEF stands for Double Engine Flyer. It has a radio. At itís home base it has a target to practice itís shooting. It can target fast ships. 80 Miles per minute is as fast as it will go in hyperspace. It has two energy blasters. It has two energy cores that are powered by two solar panels. If the core is bright orange then it is full power. It can travel to another galaxy if you wanted to. If it is dark orange then it is out of power. You can drive it by hand with the steering wheel. But it can also be voice activated to fly it if you want to use both hands to shoot your blasters. You can use blasters to see far away. It has two passengers and one captain. It is a very trusted ship from the republic. There are only two DEF ships ever made. That is because it is a small flag ship. It has two balance wings.


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