Name: Razor Crest
Role(s): Local military patrol
Commissioned: Before 19 BBY
Owner(s): Din Djarin
Crew: 1 + 1 Gunner
Passengers: 5 (troops)
Cargo Capacity: 60 metric tons
Consumables: 1 month
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Hyperdrive Backup: x10
Nav Computer: Yes
Atmosphere: 400; 800 kmh
Sensor Jammers: +2D to difficulty to detect.
Carbon Freezing System:
Lockable Armoury containing Numerous Blaster Weapons
Security System: +2D to difficulty to steal
2 Laser Cannons (Firelinked)
Fire Arc: Front
Fire Control: 2D
Space Range: 1-3/12/25
Atmosphere Range: 100-300/1.2/2.5
Description: The Razor Crest was a gunship used by the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin. It was once a military craft used to patrol local territories prior to the Galactic Empire. Djarin utilized the vessel as his transport and living quarters while hunting fugitives in the Outer Rim Territories.
The Razor Crest was built as a military craft at some point before the formation of the Galactic Empire in 19 BBY, and was used to patrol local territories.
New Republic Era
By 9 ABY, the ship came into the possession of the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin who used it as his personal living quarters as well as a transport for captured fugitives in the Outer Rim Territories.
Around 9 ABY, Djarin travelled to an ice planet where he captured a Mythrol and returned to the ship via a ferry. As they were about to depart, a ravinak attacked the ship's landing gear, dragging it down, but was repelled by Djarin. The Mythrol was frozen in carbonite as Djarin returned to Nevarro to turn in his bounties to the Bounty Hunters' Guild leader Greef Karga. After accepting his next bounty from the Client, he travelled to the desert planet Arvala-7.
Arriving on Arvala-7, Djarin acquired his bounty, returning to the ship with the target in hand. However, the Razor Crest had been scavenged by a Jawa tribe for parts, rendering the ship unable to take off. Djarin tracked down the tribe with the help of the Ugnaught Kuiil and negotiated for the parts, agreeing to acquire a mudhorn egg. Exchanging the egg for the parts, he rebuilt the ship with the help of Kuiil and departed the planet.
Djarin returned to Nevarro with the Child in hand and turned in the bounty. After a change of heart, he rescued the Child and made his way back to the ship, but was stopped when the Bounty Hunters' Guild intervened. Djarin later escaped to his ship with the help of his tribe. Karga, who had sneaked on board during the gunfight, threatened him at gunpoint, but was shot and knocked out of the ship, after which Djarin left Nevarro with the Child.
The bounty hunter set his sights on the forest planet of Sorgan and landed some distance away from the local town. Deeming the locale unsafe for the Child, Djarin returned to the Razor Crest, but was approached by krill farmers Caben and Stoke, who asked him to defend their village from raiders. The farmers helped Djarin unload supplies from the ship. Following the battle at the village, Djarin was forced to depart the planet with the Child after discovering that the Guild was still hunting him down.
While in space, the Razor Crest was attacked by bounty hunter Riot Mar in his fighter. The starship sustained damage to one of its engines, causing a fuel leak. Djarin braked his ship so that Mar overflew him, allowing him to shoot down Mar from behind. Djarin was forced to make an emergency landing in Bay three-five on Tatooine. The bay's mechanic, Peli Motto, repaired the starship while Djarin went to Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina to look for work, meeting and teaming up with rookie bounty hunter Toro Calican. After Calican betrayed him, Djarin returned to the bay and found the rookie holding both Motto and the Child hostage at the Razor Crest's entrance ramp. After killing Calican, Djarin boarded the starship with the Child and left Tatooine.
Djarin lands the Razor Crest in a space station hangar bay where he is convinced to join Ranzar Malk ("Ran") and his crew in a five person heist to rescue the Twi'lek mercenary Qin from a New Republic prison ship. The team is lead by the ex-Imperial Stormtrooper Mayfeld and also includes the Devaronian Burg, the droid Q9-0 ("Zero") and the Twi'lek Xi'an, Qin's sister. When Mayfeld sees the Razor Crest, he disapproves and likens it to a "Canto Bight slot machine". Djarin reluctantly agrees to let Zero pilot his ship during the mission. While checking the Razor Crest's systems, Zero encounters a garbled hologram transmission from Karga and reports that the ship is a mess, despite recent repairs; citing leaking hyperlinks, intermittent navigation, and that the hyperdrive is operating at 63.3% efficiency. When Zero asks why they aren't using a newer ship, Ran responds that the Razor Crest is off both Imperial and New Republic grids and they need a ship that can jam New Republic codes. Ram goes on to explain that the plan is to board the space station through its blindspot, which is why Zero must be the pilot. Djarin and the crew then depart the space station aboard the Razor Crest.
During the journey tensions begin to run high as the rest of the crew start to tease Djarin about the Great Purge and try to convince him to take his helmet off, claiming he may actually be a Gungan underneath. Djarin and Burg begin to fight and accidentally open a compartment, exposing the Child. Mayfeld and the others are curious about the child and ask if he is the offspring of Djarin and Xi'an, to which Djarin claims that he is actually a pet. Mayfeld starts to joke about wanting to take the Child away from Djarin and keep him as his own pet when Zero announces that they are exiting hyperspace. The Razor Crest exits hyperspace directly above the New Republic prison ship and does a hard turn before landing on top of the ship's hull. The sharp jerk causes the passengers to trip and the Child to fall to the ground and begin to cry. Zero announces that the ship is scrambling the prison ship's signal and is amazed that the ship survived the Empire without being impounded. Djarin opens a hatch beneath the Razor Crest which allows them to enter the prison ship.
Zero remains on the Razor Crest and redirects the security alert while the rest of the crew board the prison ship in search of Qin. During the mission, a tracking beacon is set off by a New Republic soldier called Davan and Zero warns the crew they have twenty minutes before the New Republic arrives. Eventually, Mayfeld and his crew reveal they planned to betray Djarin and lock him in the cell that they rescued Qin from. Zero begins to look through Djarin's transmissions and discovered his troubles with Karga and the Bounty Hunters' Guild. Djarin manages to escape his cell and blocks communications from Zero. Zero then hears the Child and sees him standing outside the cockpit. Zero gets a blaster and heads to the Razor Crest's cargo bay, looking for the Child. Just before Zero finds the Child, Djarin returns to the ship and shoots him in the back, having either trapped or killed the rest of the crew on the New Republic prison ship with the exception of Qin, who he has taken prisoner. Djarin flies the Razor Crest back to the space station and collects the reward for the bounty from Ran. Djarin then leaves in his ship before it is revealed that he had put the New Republic tracking beacon in Qin's pocket. Several New Republic X-wing starfighters arrive and destroy the space station before Ran and Qin could launch a ship to attack the Razor Crest.
While aboard the Razor Crest, Djarin watched the hologram transmission from Karga previously found by Zero. Karga tell Djarin that the Client is their mutual enemy and requests that he help the Bounty Hunters' Guild in taking him out. Kargo proposes that if Djarin brings the Child back to Nevarro and uses him as bait to eliminate out the Client, then Djarin can keep the Child and Karga will clear his name.
Before returning to Nevarro, Djarin takes the Razor Crest back to Sorgan and enlists the help of Cara Dune, an ex shock trooper for the Alliance to Restore the Republic who had helped Djarin defend the village on his previous visit. Back on the Razor Crest, Djarin and Cara discuss the mission and prepare for the coming battle in the cargo hold. In the cockpit, the Child starts to play with the ship's controls and causes it to veer sharply. Cara says that they need someone to watch over The Child, so they return to Arvala-7 and ask for assistance from Kuiil and his recently reprogrammed droid IG-11. Kuiil also convices Djarin to let him bring his three blurrgs.
During the flight to Nevarro, Djarin and Cara engage in a game of arm wrestling. The Child, thinking the Mandalorian is in danger, force chokes Cara before being stopped by Djarin. Kuiil helps Djarin create a new pram for the Child in order to keep him safe and out of sight.
When the Razor Crest arrives on Nevarro, the team are greeted by Karga and three other bounty hunters. The team agree that Djarin, Kuiil and Cara will ride the blurrgs, while IG-11 will stay behind to guard the ship. Later, after the plan fails and the team is exposed, Kuiil attempts to flee with the Child back to the Razor Crest, but is gunned down shortly before reaching the ramp by two scout troopers on 74-Z speeder bikes who kidnap the Child and attempt to return him to Moff Gideon. IG-11 leaves the ship in order to pursue them and rescue the Child. After a successful rescue and escape from Gideon's forces, Djarin and his crew return to the Razor Crest with the Child where he buries Kuiil and gives the Child his Mythosaur necklace. Cara and Karga remain on Nevarro while Djarin leaves with the Child.