The civilian model of the Gladiator appeals to those that want explore the ‘Verse with a bit of added security. Supporting a maximum of two, the Gladiator is perfectly equipped to explore and fight with or without a wingman. The Civilian model allows pilots to choose between an extra cargo hold or a bomb bay.
Dominant In Any Environment
Torpedoes & Missiles
Fire & Forget
Whether you’re targeting single-seat fighters or capital ships, the T8A
Gladiator’s prime function is as a heavy ordnance platform. Though the
specific loadout can be customized based on mission parameter, the
Gladiator can transport four Size 5 ordnance via the interior bay, while
the wings can be outfitted in a variety of configurations to overcome any
combat scenario your Gladiator may come across.
It is one of the easiest ships of its kind to add new weapons to. This
makes it a favourite among weapons manufacturers as they can quickly
and easily use the Gladiator for development.
Anvil’s Gladiator is a cost-effec-
tive platform, designed for
against all targets
Laser Repeater & Cannon
A Dogfighter Too
Though the Gladiator quickly established itself as a hard-hitting and dev-
astating torpedo and missile ship, you will find the T8 more than capable
of holding its own against medium and short-range adversaries, between
the wing-mounted Behring Mk IV guns and the twin CF-117 Bulldogs from
Klaus & Werner.
As many combat pilots will attest, success in a dogfight isn’t exclusively
based on your weapons — a ship must be manoeuvrable. The Gladiator
features eight M1-16 manoeuvering thrusters from Hydra Propulsion to
keep your ship agile and on target.
Anvil’s Gladiator has proven it-
self against a broad spectrum
of threats in all warfare
Ever since the Gladiator’s introduction, this versatile fighter/bomber has
quickly become the favorite of combat pilots everywhere.
“Grawtooth Pack had taken hostages on a research station in Odin and intel sug-
gested they had a corvette nested in the asteroids nearby. I was the sole Gladiator
in a flight of Hornets. They were the distraction, I was the hammer. The Hornets
went first and sprang the trap. Mission popped off and I got a target. Problem was
that, in the chaos, the pilot had tagged a wreck, not the ’vette. I tuned up for a run
and last sec