Lizard Huntercraft

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All information related to the Lizard Huntercraft is non-canon.
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Lizard Huntercraft


Tech Room Description

The Huntercraft. Renowned for its heavy assault prowess, this craft has been the fighter for pummelling enemy capital ships. Generally only two or three Huntercraft are assigned to a squadron.

Dimensional Eclipse Tech Room Description

LZF Hunter.jpg
The LZF Hunter as seen in Dimensional Eclipse

The Lerzidi Hunter-class appears to be an improved version of the more common Killer. Generally seen leading wings, Hunters carry more missiles than Killers and have better specifications.

Credits List

  • Model by Taristin
  • Various POF fixes by Droid803 (DE ver)



Default Statistics

Type Unknown
Manufacturer Unknown
Maneuverability Unknown
Max Velocity Unknown
Max Afterburner Velocity Unknown
Armor Unknown
Hitpoints Unknown
Shields Unknown
Length 21 m

Dimensional Eclipse

Name LZF Hunter
Type Space Superiority
Manufacturer Unknown
Maneuverability Excellent
Max Velocity 280 - 320 ms-1
Max Afterburner Velocity 360 ms-1
Max Afterburner Duration 7.33 s
Armor Average
Hitpoints 300 pts
Shields 500 pts
Length 21 m
Primary weapons
1st bank 4 guns
Secondary weapons
1st bank capacity 60
Countermeasure capacity 40 countermeasures


Default Statistics Dimensional Eclipse
Bank Guns Standard Loadout Bank Guns Standard Loadout
1st 4 Unknown 1st 4 EX Rapidlaser
2nd 2 Unknown
3rd 2 Unknown
Compatible Primaries Compatible Primaries
Unknown EX Primary, EX Rapidlaser
Default Statistics Dimensional Eclipse
Bank Capacity Standard Loadout Bank Capacity Standard Loadout
None None None 1st 60 EX Javelin
Compatible Secondaries Compatible Secondaries
None EX Heatseeker, EX Heatseeker 2, EX Javelin

Veteran Comments

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No table file came with the original model, and the original POF had a few collision/centering errors, which were fixed in the version found in Dimensional Eclipse.

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