The Procyon Minelayer is an excellent dedicated design. Not only is it relatively quick, and well armed for a Minelayer, it is also an excellent minesweeper, and anti-Torpedo ship. A Procyon Minelayer captain will often bravely make a fast pass through the middle of a battle laying out Mines as he goes. Any unwary opponent crossing his path will find their hulls blasted out from under them.





Battle at Procyon StatisticsEdit

Point Cost: 124 VP

  • Minimum Cost: 82 VP

Mass: 25,000

Max Thrust: 25,000

Max Speed: 19 km/h

  • True Speed Value: 5.277778

Manoeuvrability: Average

  • Max Angular Acceleration: 0.737174

Crew Size: 18

  • 1 Captain
  • 1 First Mate
  • 1 Spotter
  • 1 Helmsman
  • 3 Engineers
  • 3 Riggers
  • 6 Gunners

Aggregate Hit Points: 1,980 HP

  • Core Strength: 200 HP

Reinforced Wood

Firepower: Good (6 banks)

Procyon Minelayer Layout

Heavy Laser Cannon Icon 1 Heavy LaserBall Cannon
Medium Lancer Icon 4 Medium Lancers
Mine Icon 2 Mine Chutes (non-replaceable)
Medium Laser Cannon Icon 2 Medium LaserBall Cannons (non-replaceable)
Light Lancer Icon 4 Light Point-Defence Lancers

Battle StrategyEdit


Open Skirmish NamesEdit

  • PSR Eridani
  • PSR Laircon
  • PSR Canopus
  • PSR Naldera
  • PSR Barrier
  • PSR Sirius
  • PSR Trieste
  • PSR Canis
  • PSR Ursa
  • PSR Balisar
  • PSR Majoris
  • PSR Orionis


  • The Procyon Minelayer, along with the Pirate Weapon Barge, are the only ships to not appear in the campaign or in any of the historical skirmishes: only being found in open skirmishes (often times in large numbers).