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All information related to the KCSL Kama is non-canon.
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The Kama was a ship intended for a Wings of Dawn 2 species called the Ketrans. When this race was cut, the ship was released to the public.



Tech Room Description

Developed in BNC0068 as Serenian Shipyard's competing interceptor fighter against Davotech Industries's Aurora, the Kama is an interceptor. Compared to the Aurora, This fighter is slower and less maneuverable, but has considerably heavier armor, giving it more staying power. Because of better staying power, The Kama is a much more commonplace fighter within the KCSL, but many special ops teams have opted for the more powerful Aurora.

As with all Ketran fighters, the Kama shows no real resistance toward either kinetic or energy-based weaponry.

Credits List

  • Model by AndrewofDoom, POF conversion by Droid803

Name Origin

A Kama(鎌) is a farming tool that is native to the Japanese and Filipino populations that is used for reaping crops. It also is at times weaponized with it being used in some training exercises of karate.



Name KCSL Kama
Type Interceptor
Manufacturer Serenian Shipyards
Maneuverability Excellent - Can Glide
Max Velocity 130 - 140 ms-1
Max Afterburner Velocity 180 ms-1
Max Afterburner Duration 12.85 s
Armor Medium Composite
Hitpoints 1800 pts
Shields 2000 pts
Length 22 m
Primary weapons
1st bank 6 guns
2nd bank 2 guns
Secondary weapons
1st bank capacity 40
2nd bank capacity 40
Countermeasure capacity 0 countermeasures


Default Statistics
Bank Guns Standard Loadout
1st 6 Stayotor
2nd 2 Disruptor
Compatible Primaries
Ripper, Disruptor, Stayotor, Archon, Scorcher, Ranger, Helventius, Veloran
Default Statistics
Bank Capacity Standard Loadout
1st 40 Swarmer
2nd 40 Fury
Compatible Secondaries
Swarmer, Fury, Cyclone, Claw

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