|Cargo capacity||50 TC|
|Cargo bay extension||N/A|
|Maximum speed||0.24 LM|
|Energy recharge rate||
|Shield boosters available||No|
|Military shields available||no|
|OXP or standard||OXP|
|Available to player||No|
Orisis Class is GASECWorks' newest heavy industry frigate. It can be adapted to many roles due to its Flex-space. Interior depends on the customer. There are also Carrier variants for private contractors.
- Oo-go- Ferry in Blue
- Orisis Class Carrier in Green, Blue and Red
- Orisis Industrial Frigates in Green, Blue and Red
First Customer - GASECspaceliners
The Orisis Ferry is a large Megaship by GASECspaceliners. It is based on the basic Orisis hull. It is a large passenger carrier intended for longer distances and also for systems outside the spaceways.
Currently it is operated by Oo-Go which provides different trips and cruises along the 8 galaxies. The Orisis Carrier does not dock, it loads from within the Station Safety Zone.
The first testflight was a disaster. An asteroid that travelled through the Witchspace hole impacted the ship at Diso and the first ship was destroyed. (Read about it in DaddyHoggy's excellent story Lazarus). Later versions of the Orisis have some structural upgrades to prevent such disasters. Now the auto lifepod system ejects the passengers in case of disaster.
Deck Plan for Oo-Go Passengers
- Engines that can be shot off.
- Escape capsule fleet.
- Realistic behaviour (slow turning, NO docking in stations).
Download & Installation
Download the oxo by the inbuilt manager in Oolite.
NB: The BigShips.oxp is required, but is included in the above archive.
Extract the OXP into your Addons directory of Oolite. Just to be sure startup Oolite with the SHIFT-key pressed until you see the spinning Cobra MKIII.
- v1.3 Released on 21st January 2010. Included new textures, and new variants by ADCK.
- v1.0 First released on 26th April 2009.
- Concept and Idea: P.A. Groove
- Reskins and New Models: ADCK
- Scripting and Help: Thargoid
- Fiction: DaddyHoggy (see his story Lazarus)
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