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Section of Site: Vehicles D6Belongs to Faction: BSG: ColoniesSubtype: Ground VehiclesEra: ImperialCanon: Crossover

Craft: Colonial Landram
Type: Tracked Ground Assault/Support Vehicle
Scale: Speeder
Length: 9.2m.
Skill: Ground Vehicle Operations; Landram
Crew: 1 or 2; gunners: 1
Crew Skill: Ground Vehicle Operations 4D, Vehicle Blasters 4D+2.
Passengers: 10-20 troops.
Cargo Capacity: 1 metric ton!
Cover: Full (gunner for turret has 1/2)
Cost: 7,000 Colonial Credits (new); 4,500 (used).
Maneuverability: 2D
Move: 55; 160kmh
Body Strength: 4D

Twin Laser Cannons:
   Location: Top center of the chassis.
   Fire Arc: Turret
   Crew: 1
   Skill: Vehicle Blasters
   Scale: Speeder
   Fire Control: 2D
   Range: 50-200/1/2 km
   Damage: 5D
   Ammo: Unlimited (unless its energizer is damaged)
   Rate of Fire: Twin-linked beam per attack.

   A landram is a tracked vehicle used for ground operations (Saga of a Star World), typically shuttled to a planet via a shuttle (The Gun on ice Planet Zero, Part I). It is capable of holding crew and cargo, and is equipped with a top mounted turret weapon. A landram was used for the initial scouting of Carillon. They were later used to evacuate civilians and warriors from the "pleasure resort" on the planet (Saga of a Star World).
   A landram is deployed to the surface of Kobol (Lost Planet of the Gods, Part II).
   A version of the landram modified for use in frigid climates is the snowram (The Gun on Ize Planet Zero, part I).
   Another modified version, this time without the cabin and open to the air, and presumably without Colonial markings, appears in "The Magnificent Warriors". It is stolen by agents of the Sheriff in Serenity.

   A landram is among the Original Series vehicles in the exhibition in Galactica's starboard hangar bay in the Miniseries. Included in the display are an original Viper, shuttle and Cylon Raider.
   A landram also appears at the beginning of the episode "Scar", aiding the Majahual in mining activities on an asteroid. Another one is hit by a crash-landing Raptor in Galactica's landing bay (Escape Velocity).

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06/Jun/2018 11:36:48 Posted by hellstormer1

Anyways, that being said, thanks for asking, and I was glad to be able to say all of that, and effectively update one of my old write-ups. But I just had another thought. Why did you guys bother asking about Passenger Capacity? If you like the vehicle and want to use it, why not just take it, change what you want, and go ahead and use it? I mean, changing things up in an RPG is something most RPG rulebooks actually tell you to do at the beginning of the book. DnD in particular has been doing that since at least 2nd AD&D, and I'm pretty sure the Star Wars RPGs have done this too.

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