I am from MA/de. Just for your information. As much as I can see, this articel is wrong. Please check the script for the episode. The Bajuran raider should be the ship, the bajuran military used to reach Deep Space 9. The ship you use as Bajoran raider is a Sub-impulse Raider. We had a discusion about that today and I checked it out and there seems to be a misreading. Specialy when you see the sizes you use in your subscription:

  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 33.10 meters
    • Beam: 33.17 meters
    • Height: 11.23 meters
  • Mass: 108.96 metric tons

That is a very nice size for a 2 people ship. Just let us know, if and when you change it, so we can link the articles to you. Our articles in German are Subimpuls-Raider and Bajoranischer Raider.--Tobi72 22:16, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

Only to give the final point of our discussion on this topic: There are two different classes of ships, the bigger ones the circle uses, called "raider" by the script, and the smaller ones used by the Bajoran resistance, called "subimpulse-raider" by Li Nalas. So maybe, and that thought has been brought up in the discussion, Li means that both ships are "raiders" and gives the term "subimpulse" only to give a more specific description of the second, but the problem ist still that there are two totally different classes of ships, and because we have two different names given, too, we decided to use these two names to differ the two ships--Bravomike 14:21, 17 July 2007 (UTC)
A Bajoran raider (image in MA/de!) and a sub-impulse raider, compare them.--Bravomike 14:37, 19 July 2007 (UTC)
Lets not forget Bajoran interceptor. Alan 04:27, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
Ah, I've found were you have put the "raider": Bajoran transporter - Type I - "Bajoran assault vessel" - is this name given in the episode? The skript says "raider", I think--Bravomike 06:26, 20 July 2007 (UTC)