Farsite Ships First Edition

Preorder was successful, all crates were sold in first few hours, so now we can take a look at First Edition Farsite Ships on NFT exchange. All items bought in preorded are NFT (they have value in cryptocurrency), they are visible on NFT exchanges and there they can be traded. From info available on NFT marketplace, and from official discord posts, was made a list of all available Farsite Ships, and their specifications.

Farsite Ships


There are 3 main ship manufacturers; Morgan, Seybana and Sacura. Morgan ships are Common, S (small size) or better. Seybana ships are Rare, S or better. Sacura ships are prestigious, big expensive ships which were not offered in preorder. Which ship you want depends mostly on your preferable gameplay. Farsite Ships offer different number of modules/sizes/types to fit, while modules also consume power. Ship is limited with power production so you need to plan carefully how to fit modules in most efficient way.

Farsite Ships First Edition

Morgan Farsite Ships

First Edition Morgan Ships, Size, Credits and collaterals to be distributed:
Morgan AC-20 (S), 250,000 Credits
Morgan TC-25 (S), 350,000 Credits
Morgan AC-30 (S), 1,000,000 Credits
Morgan TC-35 (S), 500,000 Credits
Morgan U-40 (S), 1,000,000 Credits
Morgan AF-200 (M), 5,000,000 Credits
Morgan TF-250 (M), 5,000,000 Credits
Morgan AB-20 (S), 200,000 Credits
Morgan TB-25 (S), 300,000 Credits
Morgan AB-30 (S), 800,000 Credits

Morgan AC-20

Morgan AC-20 (S) 250,000 Credits

Morgan AC-20 is First Edition Small size Ship with 10 modules. This is cheapest ship available in Preorder and it will be good as miner or as small support unit in fleet. With Type IV and V modules this ship offers a lot of different gameplays. For its cheap cost it offers quite good firepower if you are building small raiding party. Few of this ships could take down stronger and costlier ship.

Morgan TC-25

Morgan TC-25 (S) 350,000 Credits

Morgan TC-25 is First Edition small size Ship with 12 modules. Morgan TC-25 is slower than AC-20 type but with 2 more type IV module types makes this ship overall much better in fight or support missions. Same as for cheaper AC-20 version, this ship in small groups can do great damage to single bigger ships.

Morgan AC-30

Morgan AC-30 (S) 1,000,000 Credits

Morgan AC-30 is First Edition small ship with 17 small modules. AC-30 is 4th best fighting ship in First Edition after U-40, AF-200 and AF250.

Morgan TC-35

Morgan TC-35 (S) 500,000 Credits

Morgan TC-35, small in size, 14 modules. With high number of higher tier Module slots, this ship is good support and one of the best cheap fighters. Higher quality modules offers different gameplays. This ship is good all rounder.

Morgan U-40

Morgan U-40 (S) 1,000,000 Credits

Morgan U-40 is First Edition Ship, small size which can fit 16 modules. With 4 type V modules this ship can provide devastating fire support. Morgan U-40 is third strongest Morgan ship available in First Edition. With 4 Type V, IV and III modules, U-40 can equip a lot of expensive small sized modules which will do huge damage.

Morgan AF-200

Morgan AF-200 (M) 5,000,000 Credits

Morgan AF-200 is one of 2 strongest, medium ships available in First Edition. AF-200 is medium sized, fast fighter ship which can fit 19 modules. You can fit 8 type 4 module slots on AF-200 with medium sized modules on Type I and V slots. No other ship in First Edition can fit 3 medium module slots. Huge collateral so big is not a surprise because this ship will determinate outcome of most battles. In presence of such big ships, it is likely that they will open fire if you get too close to spy them, especially if you wonder space in enemy territory and find this beast somewhere.

Morgan TF-250

Morgan TF-250 (M) 5,000,000 Credits

Morgan TF-250 is with AF-200 strongest medium sized ship in First Edition, and it can fit 20 modules. That is highest amount of modules any First Edition ship can fit. Morgan TF-250 is all rounder, strong fighting ship, like tank with big collateral. Surprisingly this ship has no Type V modules, but it can fit 2 Medium Type II modules.

Seybana Farsite Ships


There were 2 Seybana type ships available to purchase through crates in preorder.

Seybana Ships, Size, Credits and collaterals to be distributed:
Seybana AN-42 (S) 1,500,000 Credits
Seybana AN-70 (S) 2,000,000 Credits

Seybana AN-42

Seybana AN-42 (S) 1,500,000 Credits

Seybana AN-42 is Small size ship which can fit all together 19 modules. AN-42 is great fighting ship because it have lot of slots to equip high level modules, but it can also easly play other roles.

Seybana AN-70

Seybana AN-70 (S) 2,000,000 Credits

Seybana AN-70 is Small size ship which can fit all together 14 modules up to Type III. This ship could be good as some type of support like detector, maybe even transporter or miner. AN-70 does not have Type IV and V level modules.

How to get ships?

There are several ways to obitain Farsite ships. Now when game is still in prelaunch, and since preorder crates are sold out, you can buy ship only on NFT exchange Opensea.io. When game starts and first players put ships on sale on ingame market-Stations, then you can buy them there for credits. You will earn credits to buy better ships, just do stuff like mining or find group which will support you. If you have blueprint, or you rented blueprint copies, and you have enough resources then you can build ship yourself. Remember, every item in Farsite is made by player (except first edition items ofc), and every item is tradable. Every time you open crate, there is a chance you will get ship you want. If your referrals open crates, you will get some percentages from that also.

Here you can read more about First Edition Crates and their quantities.

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