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Tech Level: VIII

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In YC113, Empress Jamyl Sarum I challenged Amarr’s ship manufacturers to build a new battlecruiser that would break the stalemate of the Empyrean War. Deviating from the doctrine of brute-force and heavy armor, the engineers at Viziam took inspiration from Caldari history.

During the Gallente-Caldari War, the Caldari developed light, maneuverable ships to counter the slow ships of the Gallente Federation. This philosophy, along with a cutting-edge powertrain and ultra-light alloy armor plating, led to the Oracle.

The Empire immediately ordered the ship into production. The Empress personally congratulated the Viziam Chief Researcher Parud Vakirokiki, calling the ship “a work of Divine Grace for the Empire, and retribution to our enemies.”


Role Bonus

  • –95 Powergrid Requirement
  • –50 Capacitor Need

Advanced Battlecruiser Engineering Bonus per Lv.

  • +5 Damage
  • –10 Capacitor Need

Advanced Battlecruiser Command Bonus per Lv.

  • –5 Inertia Modifier
  • +5 Scan Resolution


Can be insured: No

Cargo Hold Capacity: 1,000 m3

Powergrid Output1,024 MW
High Slots6
Mid Slots3
Low Slots5
Drone Slots1
Engineering Rig Slots3
Powergrid Rig Slots3

Defense: 21,443

4,615 / 55,500 S

Capacitors: 3,913 GJ

Capacitor Recharge Time
540 S
Max Capacitor Recharge Rate
18.1 GJ/S

Max Locked Targets: 7

Signature Radius
233.8 m
Scan Resolution
244 km
Sensor Strength

Flight Velocity: 185 m/s

Warp Speed
2.7 AU/s
14,760,000 kg
Inertia Modifier
0.37 times

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