|Cargo capacity||0 TC|
|Cargo bay extension||N/A|
|Maximum speed||0.32 LM|
|Energy recharge rate||
|Shield boosters available||Available|
|Military shields available||Available|
|OXP or standard||OXP|
|Available to player||Yes|
|Base price||97200 Cr|
Despite its striking similarities to the GalCop Viper produced by Faulcon Manspace, Ramon Security Ltd. is strident in defending the fact that the Nemesis fighter is a unique vessel. They justify its distinctive arrowhead spaceframe by stating that it is the optimum shape to deflect impacts from solid objects, as well as energy blasts. The addition of a lighting array was due to requests from the company's contractors, the Zarausxeian Zero-G Hockey Team Fan Club, as a means to get their team from game to game with the minimum of risk. The world of Zero-Gravity Hockey can be cut-throat, especially with book-making syndicates and even other fan clubs willing to go to the most extreme ends to ensure the team they are backing wins.
As previously noted, the Nemesis bears a close appearance to the Viper, but this is only superficial. Beneath its high-density sintered Duralium skin, an enlarged and optimised power plant lurks, supplying a greater amount of power to allow for the fitting of greater shielding capacities and high-yield lasers. A disadvantage of these enhancements is the fact that the ship has no usable internal space for cargo, meaning it is strictly reserved for bounty hunters or high-quality escorts, for whom cargo is at best a low priority.
Since its release, Ramon Security has enjoyed a steady sale of the Nemesis, but as its capabilities become more well-known and its popularity spreads, they are assured that sales will step up.
This ship is from the The Assassins Guild OXP