Third World Space:  Caldron Battleships and There Roles. By Jason Douglas Essex.

Third World Space: Caldron Battleships and There Roles. By Jason Douglas Essex.

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Third World Space:  Caldron Battleships and There Roles. By Jason Douglas Essex.

     The role of these large battleships in the Federation Space Fleet are to be used as a last or as a first line of defense against large scale invasion forces.  It is believed that there are a total of four (4),  by name,  but they are stationed at the sun,  and,  as a result,  are difficult to detect,  because of it.  Each one weighs in at one-hundred-sixty-seven-thousand (167,000) tons.  They are caldron shaped and have three (3) revolving circular chambers,  to keep superheated plasma,  mined from the sun,  at optimal levels.  Three (3) ships are out and about on patrol at regular intervals.  The forth one is stationed at the sun,  to refuel and to guard over it.

     These battleships have a primary gun that fires blasts of pure plasma at targets.  They can be regulated to as small a payload as one (1) ton or as large a payload as ten (10) tons,  but they also have a total of thirty (30) smaller weapons,  about there battlements,  that also project plasma as well.

    The command,  control and living area is stationed above the back of the caldron,  and the  rotation of the ship acts to achieve a limited form of enhanced gravity and helps to reduce the heat.  It contains a light crew,  since the bulk of the ship is comprised of super heated plasma.

    These battleships have been name Surtur’s Sword’s,  and roam the space ways to protect our col-onies from alien forces.


Jason Douglas Essex.

Creator Of Third World Universe.

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