Dumb question (addressed to Devs and Players alike): Which ships exactly constitute the Dreadnought class?
Obviously the Galaxy-X, and I'm assuming the Zen-Odyssey & Bortas'que are included. Would the free versions of the latter be counted too?
How about the "Vo'quv Dreadnought"? Admittedly, that's the NPC version, not the playable Carrier, but I'm curious nevertheless.
Every described Command is a boost to all players that are teamed with the Cruiser that runs them, so long as they remain within range of the Command's effects. That means that a Carrier grouped up with a Cruiser that's running this Command, can benefit from the increased maneuverability.
Of couse it is. How could I ahve been so stupid. Thanks for the quick reply. You might want to clear up the phrasing on it to make it a bit clearer though.
Carriers will still benefit when they stick near the cruiser projecting the ability, so no, they do need to be mentioned right where they are. (The effect I think affects everyone, but realistically speaking, escorts are generally too all-over-the-map for them to really reap a noticable benefit. They just listed who the ability was designed to help.)
We now return to my regularly scheduled post:
*makes a finger pyramid*
Although lately, in CE and PvP, I have been suffering a bit of carrier pet and effects lag. If there's one downside, it's another permanent effect clogging up the graphics card.
Consider me floored. Not only are the two most common complaints about cruisers, turn rate and beam array power drain, being dealt with but you're also buffing the cruisers tanking and threat control at the same time.