Ecliptic Claymore

All of the Starfield Ecliptic Claymore ship stats, and where you can find it.

Ecliptic Claymore
ClassC
Hull965
Shield805
Jump23
Reactor24
Cargo Capacity3,240
Shielded Capacity0
Cost39327
Mass2073

Ecliptic Claymore overview

The Starfield Ecliptic Claymore is a Class C Starfield ship with a starting mass of 2073, and a credit value of 39327. Once you have the Ecliptic Claymore ship in your possession, you can upgrade and customize it with Starfield ship components at numerous spaceyards and ship vendors for a fee.

Your best bet of finding an Ecliptic Claymore is to fly around numerous systems in the Serpentis and find one flying around in space. Use EM weapons and the Targeting Control Systems skill to target the engine and grav drive ship systems to disable any Ecliptic Claymores you encounter. That way, you can board them and take over the ship (though you’ll need to have a Piloting skill rank of 4 to do so).

Otherwise, explore locations like the Vulture’s Roost and keep an eye out for any ships that land nearby. It will be quite the trek, but it’s your best bet at finding and getting an Ecliptic Claymore for free.

Ecliptic Claymore stats

A ship’s hull determines how much damage it can take before it is destroyed. The Ecliptic Claymore has a hull of 965, and can be viewed as a white bar in the bottom-right corner of your screen when flying your ship in space.

You can use Ship Parts to repair your hull inside and outside of combat, but you may want to install a better shield generator to give yourself additional breathing space.

The Ecliptic Claymore has the following stats:

Ship class: C

Reactor power: 24

Crew capacity: 6

Gravity jump distance:  23 LY

Shield: 805

Laser weapon strength: This ship does not come with laser weapons.

Ballistic weapon strength: 43

Missile weapon strength: 149

Particle beam weapon strength: 57

Electromagnetic weapon strength: This ship does not come with electromagnetic weapons.

One of the most important ship stats you’ll want to keep an eye on is the cargo capacity. The larger a ship’s cargo capacity, the more you can store aboard it. This is critical for building outpost components, completing Starfield research projects, and crafting weapon mods and armor mods.

The Ecliptic Claymore already comes with a cargo capacity of 3,240. However, you can expand on this by installing additional ship components.

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