The Dragonfly is a weak but extremely fast Fighter that spawns in a player starbase. and is the fastest fighter in the game. It used to be in the Lucifer station, but now spawns at starbases.
The Dragonfly was the first Fighter added into the game and was originally a ship that was spawnable by players. It is currently the game's fastest Fighter, with the second smallest health pool, and one of the three Fighters to have a Small Cannon as a weapon, the others including the Nixesion and Blitz. This fighter used to only spawn on Lucifer Station, before it and the Unarmed Envoy were replaced by the Xenophile and Striker.
It now only spawns in level 2+ starbases, with 2 dragonflies sharing a rather small fighter bay with 2 Starbase Furies.
Like all fighter class ships, the Dragonfly has little in the way of an interior.
- Very quick.
- Can weaken Hull so teammates can finish them off.
- Is the fastest fighter in the game.
- Low damage.
- Hard to aim at moving ships.
- Smaller spinal count than the Starbase Fury.
- As the fastest non-limited ship in the game, this ship is fantastic for distracting base fire. Even open fire from many ships will not be able to hit this from time to time.
- Work with other Fighters to harass large ships.
- This ship is weak against almost everything alone, so it is better as a distraction.
- Remodeled in .61e4?
- Started spawning on Frion I's Lucifer Station in an unknown version.
- Stopped spawning on the Lucifer Station in version .73b along with the Unarmed Envoy, and were replaced by the Striker and Xenophile.
- Started spawning in level 2+ faction-owned Starbases.
- Used to be a possible fighter spawn for a Starbase along with the Fury and the Xenophile, and it got added with the Fury.
- Used to spawn into the Hevnetier before the fighter randomization feature was removed from the Hevnetier. After the carrier's remodel, it lost the ability to spawn the fighter, leaving the Blizzard as the only ship that could spawn it.
- Replaced by the IceFyre in the Blizzard buff.
- Used to only found on Frion's orbital space station.