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The Nike-class escort frigates are designed, as their name suggests, as cheap convoy escorts, freeing up Archer-class and Sydney-class destroyers for other duties.  When not shepherding convoys between jumpgates and planets, they patrol star systems, both friendly and enemy, often way out in the Oort cloud hoping to avoid detection... and find anyone else out there hoping to avoid detection, and detect them instead.  If they do detect an enemy, they are fairly well armed for their size, equiped with both Chemlasers and Fusion Cannons, and are the smallest ship with full Lance Torpedo launch tubes.

Known Ships[]

  • EFS Nike FFG-207
  • EFS Nimrod FFG-208
  • EFS North Star FFG-209
  • EFS Nature FFG-210
  • EFS Nebula FFG-211
  • EFS Naiad FFG-212
  • EFS Necromancer FFG-213
  • EFS Negapsychic FFG-214
  • EFS Monitor FFG-215
  • EFS Merrimac FFG-216
  • EFS Magician FFG-217
  • EFS Madrigal FFG-218
  • EFS Monarch FF-219
  • EFS Merchant Prince FFG-220
  • EFS Mastodon FFG-221
  • EFS Meerkat FFG-222
  • EFS Master FFG-223
  • EFS Mutant FFG-224
  • EFS Marble FFG-225
  • EFS Monstrance FFG-226
  • EFS Martial FFG-227
  • EFS Oscar FFG-228
  • EFS Octagon FFG-229
  • EFS Octopus FFG-230
  • EFS Ochre FFG-231
  • EFS Ocarina FFG-232
  • EFS Opus FFG-233
  • EFS Ominous FFG-234
  • EFS Politico FFG-235
  • EFS Paladin FFG-236
  • EFS Pastor FFG-237
  • EFS Polymath FFG-238
  • EFS Pastiche FFG-239
  • EFS Panache FFG-240
  • EFS Palomino FFG-241 (first command of Johanna Ingolfsson, survived Battle of Mars and Battle of Avalon in 2243)
  • EFS Parakeet FFG-242
  • EFS Praetor FFG-243
  • EFS Queen FFG-244
  • EFS Quaestor FFG-245
  • EFS Radical FFG-246
  • EFS Ramadan FFG-247
  • EFS Runabout FFG-248
  • EFS Runner FFG-249
  • EFS Runaway FFG-250
  • EFS Rostrum FFG-251
  • EFS Rotor FFG-252
  • EFS Rodent FFG-253
  • EFS Rastafarian FFG-254
  • EFS Raster FFG-255
  • EFS Ramscoop FFG-256

Behind the scenes[]

These ships were designed (in a bit of a hurry) by Martin Hohner, and named alphabetically after a grab-bag of types of terms not numerous enough to get their own theme-named class.