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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The Kzintis are a species of eight-foot-tall felines; the Klingons call them "tigermen." They are adjacent to the Federation (and have fought two major wars with them, losing both) and the Klingons (and have fought several wars with them, winning a few and losing a few). Kzinti ships are armed with disruptors, phasers, and drones. They have more drones on their standard warships than any other empire, and forests of phaser-3s, because their ships are designed to fight each other. (They have had more civil wars than foreign wars.) They are enemies of the Klingons and Lyrans and allies of convenience with the Hydrans and Federation.
This “killer” (C-9) refit of the standard frigate was conducted in parallel with the C-10 refit. It incorporates weapons changes designed to make the frigate more capable of direct combat and it functioned as the Kzinti frigate leader. No more than 20% of Kzinti frigates had this refit. The FFK frigate is slower than the frigate when arming both its disruptors, but still able to keep up with the cruisers. Despite the second disruptor, the four drone racks are its primary weapon.
The ship is available in a variety of materials. Ships are unpainted, use standard flight stands available from many sources, and, while designed for gaming, make fine display pieces.