rolled 1, 3, 2 = 6
Following the map given to you by FC, you head to the nearest transit station and ride to the yard section containing D. The rail takes you past a dozen Blocks and into a vast, cavernous space like something out of Blame!, filled with scaffolding and swarming with repair golems, many of which are floating on rather obvious anti-grav units. Each construction space is clearly marked, from A, to B, to C, and finally to your target, D.
The frigate, the size of an Earthbound supercarrier, looks incredibly undersized, suspended in the middle of the five mile-long slip by thousands of cables and heavy supports. There are only a few drones around, but more are coming in by the minute, delving into the incomplete vessel's structure like an unending stream of ants. The long, thin ship's frame is a polished black monstrosity covered over more than two-thirds by a gray and silver hull with two gigantic engines protruding from the back.
Massive, three-barreled turrets grace the top and bottom of the ship, surrounded by smaller, lighter weapons and spine-like protrusions that jut out like strange antennas. Within the incomplete bow are the frameworks for eight enormous weapons tubes, four on each side of the keel. The missiles this thing can fire are probably larger than some of your whole Zeppelins.
The transit car stops, letting you and your party out at the junction between one of the shipyard walkways and a bridge leading into the ship. The voice of FC carries over the nearby speakers.
“There it is. Beautiful, isn't it? I'd be happy to let you name it, if you want. I certainly hope you like it. After eighteen centuries in the making, it better be impressive, huh?”