OLD Legion Propulsion - Interdiction Nullifier

40 HP
 Type ID30082
Tech Level3
 Meta Level1.00 Level
Volume40.00 m3
Volume40.00 m3
Mass1,400,000.00 kg
Mass1,400,000.00 kg
 Base Price6,450.00 ISK
Capacity0.00 m3
Maximum Velocity165.00 m/sec
Inertia Modifier0.73 x
Required skills
 Portion Size1
Reconfigured Subspace Calibrator3
Basic reprocessing, not accounting for skills and other bonuses.
 Module or subsystem is obsolete1.00
Capacity0.00 m3
Low Slot Modifier0.00 +
Restricted to Ship TypeLegion
Medium Slot Modifier0.00 +
High Slot Modifier0.00 +
Type Info
Type ID30082
Graphic ID3649
Group IDDepricated Subsystems [955]
Meta Group IDTech III [14]
Race ID4
Faction Nameamarrbase
Variation Parent Type ID30076


This subsystem is obsolete and has been replaced by newer technology

Dubbed the ?interdiction nullifier? by the Guristas, who suffered its first introduction on the battlefield, this subsystem grants a startling and unprecedented capability; an immunity to non-targeted interdiction such as mobile warp disruptors and interdiction spheres.

The origins of the first ?nullifier? designs are shrouded in mystery, but the subsystem's initial production of is thought to have taken place soon after the wormhole openings, and well before the technology became widespread knowledge. Not long after the first Tengu were designed, the Caldari Navy intercepted emergency transmissions from Guristas fleets across Venal, Tenal and Vale of the Silent. All of the reports made mention of Loki-class vessels slipping past defensive deployments and into core Guristas territory despite all efforts to stop the ships or slow them down.

Following these reports, rumors spread that other groups began to discover and implement this extraordinary new technology, and yet of all the factions that leapt upon the opportunity, none were so eager or ruthless in their own race to capitalize as the independent capsuleer and pirate organizations that make the nullsec frontiers their home.

Subsystem Skill Bonus:
5% increased agility per level

Role Bonus:
Immunity to non-targeted interdiction