Crimson Elite Raider

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Crimson Elite Raider
Crimson Elite Raider
Race: Cylon
Type: Military
FTL: No
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Crew: 3 Cylons
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Role: Space superiority fighter / wing leader
Weapons: 4 laser weapons, conventional missiles, tylium trailblazers
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Fate: Active
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The Crimson Elite Raider, also known as the Advanced Elite Raider, is an uprated variant of the Cylon Raider fighter craft. This fighter is piloted by Crimson Elite class Cylons and appears to be a prototype. Some versions of the Elite Raider are equipped with a cloaking device. Faster and better armored than the standard Raider, it is armed with two forward firing energy weapons. The vessel's design merges elements of both the Original Series Raider and the more streamlined Raider from the 2003 Miniseries (2003 Video Game).

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