Out of no particular area a human and a Valeen swooped out of no where in business suits. The Valeen has a plaster white face with a dour brown color for hair. Obviously meant to say "I'm not one of those fun loving freaks" more then anything else. The human was black, bald, but not particularly large, but the suit definitely made him imposing. They carried black suitcases. Slam they went on the table and then flipped open. Then span towards ends of the table, revealing two different designs of ships each. "He offers the Valeen and Casroon designed ships," The black man said, titling his head towards the Valeen.
"He the Human and Sectoid. I'm glad we could meet at such a respectable establishment, with such a good cover too. We have adjusted prices already to reflect this, so do not fret," The valeen told them, his voice seemingly fairly female to all but the Valeen's ear, which would recongize him as probably being the most male voice from a Valeen ever heard. The Black man's datacase(Laptop esque thing that's made for displays, presentations, easy access) showed a human designed ship. 1,800,000 Buying. Monthly Running was around 30,000, with average fuel consumption. Mixed ship that featured Aquatic apartments for Valeen, and self-controlled brigs for holding people for ransoms, comfortably. Special features was redundant features that increased maintance but made them far harder to disable, as well as sturdier hull, though it'd take a tad bit more metal to replace. Interior wise, there was not much special, just that there was parts of the wall that could be extended out to provide defenders with cover.
The other ship was Valeen. 2,000,000 to buy. Average Running was around 30,000. It was opulantly quartered and even had a strange "Breathing Tank" Where an aquatic environment that even air breathers could be fine in. Used mostly for unique sexiness. It tended to be a tad more inclined for things that would imrpove morale. It would just be expensive. Except one thing, that the ION drives would be more efficient and less heavy gases would be required for fuel, thus balancing out some costs.
Tap, tap. Both Tradesmen tapped buttons that changed the ship displayed.
Sectoid: 2,000,000 to buy. 15,000 to maintain on average. Damn efficient, but very barebones when it comes to services. ONly the medical bay is up to other ships par, but the rest seems a tad... skimpy. Obviously made by sectoids. It is easy to maintain and repair though, so may be worth your while. Just buy the upgrades seperate and it'll pay for itself. Eventually. The efficiency also meant it had extra cargo space due to not needing some space for something else. I believe it was part of the Aquatic apartments...
Casroon: 1,900,000 to buy. 22,000 to maintain. Military efficiency here. More weapons then the other ships, and thier cannons are positioned to maximize amount. It also makes them a tad cheaper to maintain by better building thier power systems and such. It also allows the captain, with the press of a button, to turn of gravity around the ship. Can be a major hazard if a Casroon gets it, but if your people have Mag boots, you can leave the enemy absolutely exposed.
"We need to get this out of the way, so please chose," The bald human asked, adjusting his suit just a tad as he looked at them.