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The only difference between the Ge-Y1-M3102p and the Ge-Y1-M3102s is orientation. They contain the same equipment but are opposite in physical arrangement.
Length: 52 meters (170 feet)
Width: 20 meters ( 65.6 feet)
Height: 12 meters ( 39.36 feet)
Decks: 2 (4 meters each)
The Ge-Y1-M3102 module has a fire controls station where the weapons are controlled. There is a station which allows the operator to target and fire the weapons.
The Ge-Y1-M3102 module has a compact 4 suit capacity power armor bay. These are used by personnel on the Henkei for boarding vessels. The power armors exit and enter the module ventrally.
The Patrol module features the same Ge-Y1-G3101 Fusion reactor as the secondary generator on the Henkei. This reactor provides the power necessary to run the systems in the module.
The Ge-Y1-M3102 modules features Geshrinari Matter Collection System. This gathers fuel for use by the reactor in the module. The MCS intake ports are located aft of the positron cannon.
The Ge-Y1-M3105 is the standard mating unit for connecting to the Ge-Y1-M3104 on the Henkei. There are two of these on the module they provide the physical, and electrical connectivity for the to the Henkei.
The module features a STL booster engine. This engine brings the Henkei performance back to the basic level by compensating for the extra mass of the module. It also can provide a boost of extra speed for up to 20 minutes.
This is the primary weapon of the module. It fires a focused burst of positrons. Its effectiveness is reduced by range.
|0 - 50,000 miles||3 SDR|
|50,001 - 100,000 miles||2 SDR|
|100,001 - 150,000 miles||1 SDR|
The module has four turrets which are primarily for defense against missiles and armor.
The Ge-Y1-W3103 Graviton Beam Projector is for use in capturing a vessel. It allows the Henkei to grapple the target vessel and hold it stationary.
Along the top and bottom of the Ge-Y1-M3102 are emitters for the Anti-FTL field system. This allows the Henkei to create an interdiction field to slow fleeing vessels. The field has a .5 AU radius.