The R.I was a large three-bay biplane with unstaggered wings of unequal span and a fully enclosed cabin. Power was supplied by three 112-kW (150-hp) Benz Bz.III engines mounted internally in the fuselage, which transmitted their power via drive shafts to two propellers mounted tractor-fashion on the interplane struts nearest the fuselage. The main undercarriage consisted of divided units, each of which carried dual wheels, and the tail was supported by a pair of tail wheels. The rear fuselage structure was forced into an upper and lower section, which allowed a clear field of fire to the rear of the aircraft. The entire structure was of wire-braced wood, covered in fabric.
Acc/Top Speed: 5/75; Toughness: 12 (1); Crew:7
Notes: Biplane (Climb –2). Flight range of 320 miles. Flight ceiling of about 12,000 feet.
Type/Caliber Range Damage RoF AP Shots Weight
MG08 7.92mm 30/60/120 2d8 3 1 250B 140
Notes: Auto, Snapfire
Size Range Damage Burst Notes
20-pound — 4d8 2 Med AP 6, Heavy Weapon
Incendiary — 3d6 Med Heavy Weapon, targets may catch fire
(see Fire in Savage Worlds).