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File.svg Main article: 300 (series) 
325a - 3x Attacking Buccaneers at Space Station - Rear Port.jpg
ManufacturerOrigin Jumpworks GmbH (ORIG)
Production state
  • Flight Ready
  • Update Pass Scheduled
Maximum crew1
Cargo capacity4 SCU
REC cost7,000 REC
Pledge cost70 USD
Null-cargo mass67,002 kg
SCM speed210 m/s
Maximum speed1,314 m/s
Length27 m
Beam17 m
Height8 m

The Origin 325a is the combat variant of the 300 series. It features an advanced weapon payload as well as a custom targeting system designed especially for the 325a by WillsOp.[1]


Component Manufacturer Model Size (Max) # per mount x total
TBD S Radar Small (Small) 1 x 1
TBD S Computer Small (Small) 1 x 1
Component Manufacturer Model Size (Max) # per mount x total
Power Plants
Aegis Dynamics Charger Small (Small) 1 x 1
Aegis Dynamics Tundra Small (Small) 1 x 2
Gorgon Defender Industries SecureHyde Small (Small) 1 x 2

Component Manufacturer Model Size (Max) # per mount x Total
Fuel Intakes
TBD S Fuel Intake Small (Small) 1 x 2
Fuel Tanks
S Fuel Tank Small (Small) 1 x 2
Quantum Drives
TBD S Quantum Drive Small (Small) 1 x 1
Jump Modules
TBD S Jump Module Small (Small) 1 x 1
Quantum Fuel Tanks
S Quantum Fuel Tank Small (Small) 1 x 1
Component Manufacturer Model Type # per mount x Total
Main Thrusters
Main Thruster Main 1 x 1
Maneuvering Thrusters
Gimbal Maneuvering Thruster Gimbal 1 x 12

Component Manufacturer Model Size (Max) # per mount x Total
Apocalypse Arms Strife Mass Driver 2 (3) 1 x 1
Amon & Reese Co. Omnisky VI Laser Cannon 2 (2) 1 x 2
Talon Weapon Systems Dominator EM 2 (3) 2 x 2



  • 300i: The 300i is the base model of the 300 series.
  • 315p: The 315p is the exploration variant of the 300 series.
  • 350r: The 350r is the racing variant of the 300 series.
  • 320c "Imperator's Edition": The 320c "Imperator's Edition" is a minor, one-off model themed for an Imperator event.[2]


Developing variants

In 2899, the 300 series launched a single model: the 300i. The designer of the 300i, Andreas Lang, was insistent that Origin would begin producing variants in the third model year by designing entirely new models to fulfill different specialized tasks. Origin, remembering the expense of the first prototype and the ensuing battle to lower production costs, balked at the idea. For all of the project’s rhetoric, later amplified by the series’ initial marketing, the company wanted to borrow an important aspect from RSI’s Aurora: a modular space frame designed to easily adapt variants. Like the Aurora, the 300 series would adapt the initial version into a host of different factory models built atop the standard design. By all accounts, the decision to develop variants instead of bespoke models soured Lang on the project altogether.[2]

The launch of 325a

The 325a dogfighter was offically revealed in 2940. It was generally believed to be the result of a naval contract. No information has ever been declassified on why the UEEN might have utilized a fighting-focused 300i design, but an in-depth analysis of the ship’s properties suggest it was actually first designed as much as a decade before its 2940 reveal.[2]


Forlink.svg  For a full gallery, see :Category:325a Images.


  1. RSInotext.svg 325a - Ship Page
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 David Ladyman and Ben Lesnick, Whitley's Guide: 300i, Jump Point, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 35-38, 2018-04-27.

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