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The crew of Moya found the ship drifting in space outside of a commerce station. It turned out to be a powerful and ancient Luxan warship, an Eradicator of Toproktin design, and Ka D'Argo "adopted" it as his own and named it after his late wife.
The ship can only be operated by a Luxan; a non-Luxan trying to operate it will trigger a self-destruct sequence. The crew learns that they can get around this in a pinch by having D'Argo's spit, urine - or in one instance, vomit - on their hands, thus fooling the DNA readers in the controls.
The ship also responds to vocal commands given by the registered pilot (D'Argo) in Luxan.
The ship is larger than a transport pod but smaller than a Marauder. It can fit at most 10-15 people, depending on species; it was known to fit most of the crew of moya comfortably. It is 12 metres in length.
The ship is equipped with a deception shroud that renders it invisible to both scanners and the naked eye, and a defensive energy shield which, unlike the malfunctioning Peacekeeper defense screen salvaged from the Zelbinion, is solid (when the ship is empty there is a small hole in the shield that allows the owner to reach a DNA reader which will open the craft), form fitting, and invisible to the naked eye except when it is hit.
The ship's main weapon is an energy-based weapon that can completely disintegrate a grown Leviathan when fired at maximum power, leaving no trace of the target behind.
It can operate both in space and in atmosphere. Unlike a transport pod, it can travel for longer distances due to a higher fuel capacity.
The ship's top speed is uncertain, but it is faster than a transport pod. This is shown when it chased down a stolen transport pod easily.
While flying, the ship is differently shaped than when it is grounded. As it takes off, large wings extend outward from the top, and the landing struts retract towards the hull. This might be to make it better for atmospheric flight, but the wings are often shown opening in space.
Lo'La was destroyed during the war between the Scarrans and the Peacekeepers when a Scarran warship detected the cloaked ship and fired upon it. The ship's crew at the time - D'Argo and Chiana - survived the attack and the cold, asphyxiating vacuum of space long enough for D'Argo's son, Ka Jothee, to save them with his own cloaked penetrator ship nearby.
- Season 3:
- "Suns and Lovers"
- "Self-Inflicted Wounds - Could'a, Would'a, Should'a"
- "Self-Inflicted Wounds - Wait for the Wheel"
- "Revenging Angel"
- Farscape: D'Argo's Lament:
- "I-Yensch, You-Yensch"
- "Into the Lion's Den - Wolf in Sheep's Clothing"
- "Dog with Two Bones"
- Farscape: D'Argo's Trial:
- Farscape: D'Argo's Quest:
- Season 4:
- "What Was Lost - Sacrifice"
- "What Was Lost - Resurrection"
- "Lava's a Many Splendored Thing"
- "Natural Election"
- "Unrealized Reality" (flashback)
- "Terra Firma"
- "Twice Shy"
- "Mental as Anything"
- "A Constellation of Doubt"
- "We're So Screwed - Fetal Attraction"
- "We're So Screwed - Hot to Katratzi"
- "We're So Screwed - La Bomba"
- Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars:
- Farscape: Gone and Back: "Call in the Murines" (unrealized reality)