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# 31
10-22-2012, 09:06 AM
If only this game had weapons tracking, then these could be justified
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# 32
10-22-2012, 09:11 AM
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180 degree DHCs might give us more of a chance against these damn tank-scorts, maybe even let 1 or 2 Fed cruisers mount them as well
Great idea, for those heaviest of cruisers/dreadnoughts like the Oddy, Galaxy and Star Cruiser I would suggest allowing the use of 180 deg dual beams to the front and rear. This would require those beams to be shot from the strips, but that is not impossible as shown on DS9. Not sure about the assault cruiser on this, but probably would not be the wrong way to go. Those versions of weapons might be marginally weaker than the narrow angle versions, but not by much as the poor manoeuvrability of the ships we are talking about is already a big handicap.
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# 33
10-22-2012, 01:42 PM
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Im sorry but with all the virtually indestructible Defiants and Bug Ships out there how can any of you argue against buffing non-escort ships?

180 degree DHCs might give us more of a chance against these damn tank-scorts, maybe even let 1 or 2 Fed cruisers mount them as well
Becuase nothing has buffed those unkillable Defiants or BUgships. They learned to become tanky via the abilities allowed in the game and I personally see no reason to suddenly buff another vessel class specifically to counter something that is availible to everyone.

I would rather buff Cruiser in the same fashion by introducing new weapons, new BOff abilities and possibly new equipment to the game that the Cruiser player can choose to use in a attempt to do more damage instead of just giving them the ability becuase some other players did thier homework and learned a new trick.
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