Dakul (mobile ship)
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before ICY 952
before ICY 952
|Class and type|
thousands of Officers, Enlisted and civilians
many shuttles and ferries
The Dakul was deployed in the Aptic system during the Aptic Campaign of Operation Phantom Flame. The ship arrived shortly after the Aptic system came under Imperial control. In the beginning it supported the formation of the Aptic Defense Fleet and in the end it helped to relief the wounded troops.
The Dakul was designed and constructed as modular structures that can combine to form the mobile city. There are two distinct modular parts
- modular body part
- modular end-/front- part
The end- or front-module is assumed to be the ship's propulsion section used to ship the modular parts to its destination. On the outside there are docking stations for small and large ships. For shuttles, boats and small ferries, the mobile city has dedicated space ports to receive, store and even repair them.
Due to this modularity a mobile city has virtually no size restriction. However, there is a size restriction related on stress, movement, orbital altitude, and local gravity well. None the mobile cities has been observed to reach lengths in the hundred kilometers. From the get go most of its internal space is left empty in order to allow "towns" to be set up individually and as needed. Once fully complete and set up it provides housing for military personnel, a post office, dining facilities, fast food restaurants, (snack) bars, cafes, theaters, aquariums, a hospital, shopping and convenience retail stores or shoppette, beauty salons etc.