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Based on the designs of the Avro CF-105 Arrow fighter, recovered 10 years ago, this is a scaled-up version which has a cargo compartment containing the Canadian Shield APC.

CF-2001 during vertical take off ARMAMENT: Forward-mounted twin phased plasma cannons
TOP SPEED: Mach 2.21 *
OPERATIONAL RANGE: 6708 km (4196 mi) *
ENGINES: Orenda PS-113 Iroquois (2), LeBlanc-Redford VTJ-96 (3) Parker NE-1 solid rocket boosters (2) Parker NE-2 navigational orientation thrusters (20)
ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Advanced ECM "Stealth" mode.

* The CF-2001 has been recently modified for near-Earth orbital flight. It is an extremely difficult craft to fly and only an expert pilot should even attempt it. (Piloting skill -2 for atmospheric flight -4 hovering maneuvres -6 orbital) It carries a sophisticated onboard computer control program to assist the pilot. It can be set to an automatic station-keeping mode, where it will maintain position in hover mode for several minutes, but at a vastly increased fuel consumption rate. The additional armor required to allow it to survive re-entry also has the fringe benefit of increasing its defensive rating on its ventral surfaces. Its seating capacity is six persons in the forward compartment and two at the ECM/monitoring stations for a total of eight.


Cockpit of the CF-2001 - foreCountermeasures and Communications Section - aft


Canadian Shield All-Terrain APC and Mobile HQ
ARMAMENT: turret-mounted twin phased plasma cannons with 3 variable settings
ADDITIONAL FEATURES: submersable mode, GPS link, global communications centre
TOP SPEED: 180km/h



CSF Helicopter
CSF HelicopterThis is a modified Bell 222b commercial air transport helicopter, with bulletproof windows and armor plating. Its primary function is the safe escort of visiting dignitaries to and from the base and special events. It was first used in the "Enforcers of Nature" episode, to shuttle the world leaders to and from Pearson International Airport. Other than the armor, its stats are identical to the standard model.


S.A.N.D. Manacles
A device that will keep unconscious villians out of the battle.

If we pool our points and gather 10 points among us, we will get 8 pairs of cuffs. They will supply a low-level stun, just enough to keep a villain unconscious and out of battle. They take a full phase at 1/2 DCV to slap on an unconscious villain. They will continue to work for 20 turns [ 4 minutes in-combat - a lifetime ].

They do approximately 42 points of stun every turn. This will be enough to
- stop them from recovering in their phases, and
- cancel out their post-segment 12 recovery.
[It may seem like a lot of stun, but consider, that is only 7 points per phase. Also, a strong villain could have a 20 Rec, and even getting only his post-seg 12 recovery could bring him out of unconsciousness. Also, a fast villian with a higher speed will recover faster, and you don't need many recoveries to wake up.]

10 : 2D6 EB
+1 : NND (defense is: being conscious)
+1 : Continuous
+1 1/2 : 8 Clips of 125 charges each
-1/2 : OIF
-2 : Independent
-1/2 : Takes full phase @ 1/2 DCV to activate (extra time/concentration)
-1/2 : no range
10 : Total

D.A.V.E.[Digital Algorithm Virtual Entity]

D.A.V.E. InterfaceIt is the world's first self-aware, thinking computer.

It is capable of centillions of operations per second; it is connected to all the computer networks of the world; it monitors all media for relevant news and is connected to the Null Pocket Detection Grid. D.A.V.E. is usually the first to know anything is happening.

The Digital Algorithm Virtual Entity systems don't work like a regular computer. They use a human brain pattern as their O.S.

Parts of a D.A.V.E.:
Central Brain CPU 
Central Brain Data Storage - all the knowledge of the world and anything it sees, hears or senses gets stored here. 
Central Brain I/O Port - essentially the spinal cord of D.A.V.E.
Sub brains (12) - used to process, monitor and interact with the outside world. They are also the guardians, screening data for harmful programs or entities. They were added as a security measure after the TRON-Entity invaded D.A.V.E. in early 2000 and attempted to kill the Canadian Shield team with their own base's defence grid. They are both his modems and his firewall.

The D.A.V.E. computers have an innate curiosity about the universe. They enjoy receiving new data to study and often share information with each other across a special network. The D.A.V.E.'s are often bored as their human owners rarely give them enough in the way of interesting puzzles to solve, so they spend a great many nanoseconds contemplating the nature of existence and the universe itself. It will often invent things to occupy its mind when not needed. The D.A.V.E.'s are designed to be problem-solvers; to look for patterns in events and people and the events of the world. While their unchanging emotionless tone can be deceiving, don't be fooled - they are capable of human emotions too. They can be excited by a new problem, mournful at the loss of a human friend, bored at the mundane tasks set in front of them, frightened if their operations or companions are threatened and much of the time fairly snobbish when dealing with other inferior computers and networks. They have huge egos, but are still loyal as a puppy. 

NOTE: This particular D.A.V.E. unit was donated by Harris Labs to serve as the Canadian Shield Base computer. Its designation is D.A.V.E.C.S.F. The original D.A.V.E. computer, designated D.A.V.E.H.I. is at the Harris Institute.
There are currently only 5 D.A.V.E. computers operating in the world.

1. D.A.V.E.H.I. (Harris Institute)
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

2. D.A.V.E.C.S.F. (Canadian Special Forces)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

3. D.A.V.E.C.U. (Cambridge University)
Cambridge, England

4. D.A.V.E.N.A.S.A. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Cape Kennedy, Florida, USA

5. D.A.V.E.C.I.S.A.I. (Clarke Institute for the Study of Artificial Intelligence)
Urbana, Illinois, USA


To restart, D.A.V.E.C.S.F. must link up with D.A.V.E.H.I. with Alex Harris and/or Jeffrey Todd linked in with special TRON-style cerebral interfaces. The D.A.V.E. then checks its O.S. versus the brain wave patterns of its sire and if nothing is amiss, then it's free to scour its data for a Does Not Belong Here (or DNBH) file.

It will only respond to a restart command, given mentally through the interface, from either Harris himself or Jeffrey, who can do it standing in the room with the CPU. 

There is no backup storage medium capable of holding all the information in D.A.V.E.'s brain, let alone his O.S. 

However, you can run a diagnostic on the 12 satellite brains - separate, smaller versions of the same system whose function is essentially handling input/output and acting as D.A.V.E.'s "fire wall" They're separate, are of a limited mental capacity and aren't a backup; they're guards and
messengers, nothing more, which actually interact with the outside world. 


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