Cargo hold


Primary weapons


Secondary weapons










In-Game DescriptionEdit

Originally designed as a research vessel, the Salvéhn has been modified for the military. Officially this ship is still a secret and you can make a lot of money selling one around here.

Upgraded StatsEdit

Upgrade Upg.
Cost w/
VIP Card
Armor 196 18,900 37,800
Handling 122 18,900 37,800
Equipment 7 37,800 75,600
Cargo 140 28,350 56,700

 K  Upgrades are only available at the Kaamo station lounge.


This ship is a very good mid-game ship because of its balanced attributes. It is a good choice for a player who wants to install a Turret as soon as possible. The ship's main competitors are the Azov and the Furious, which are in the same price range and both have a turret slot. The Azov has an additional Secondary slot and greater handling, which the Salvéhn counters with an extra Equipment slot and a massive cargo hold, which is double the Azov's. In terms of price, the Azov is about 25,000-30,000 credits cheaper than the Salvéhn. Against the Furious, the Salvéhn has an extra Primary weapon, but has weaker Armor and Handling, as well as one less Secondary slot. The Furious costs about 15,000 credits less, and has about equal Cargo Hold and the exact same Equipment slot number. The Salvéhn is a slightly overpriced ship, but gives the highest Cargo Hold of the three, and can last into the mid-game, at which point the player should switch to the Velasco or Hernstein to take advantage of their Turret slots.


  • Salvéhn is the only Nivelian ship that has the ability to install a turret.
  • The description says that this ship is a secret among others, yet it doesn't seem so since it's quite popular between the Nivelian security force. Or it could be a secret to other species/factions.
  • It is a Starter Ship.
  • The Salvéhn is used for both the basic bomber and advanced bomber of the Nivelian fleet in Galaxy on Fire: Alliances. While the basic bomber is the same in appearance as the Salvéhn, the advanced bomber is depicted with a dark blue/black paint job.
  • Adding a thruster to increase maneuverability can be the deciding factor in life or death, as its low armor and low maneuverability makes it very easy to destroy. The armor and shielding at this stage aren't very efficient, so increased maneuverability will allow the pilot to escape. A booster is also a must have in order to get away.
  • A Furious is a better choice for those who like to get into firefights as it has better armor and handling, but the Salvéhn is better for traders as it has very slightly improved cargo space. The Salvehn has 2 primaries though it only has 1 secondary so pilots who prefer primaries over secondaries should use the Salvéhn instead if they are fine with decreased armor and maneuverability.
  • The Salvéhn is the only Nivelian ship with an accent.
  • It looks like a stretched out version of the Night Owl.