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# 21
11-10-2012, 11:14 AM
None of them are worth buying. Save your money for the T5 fleet pets. I expect that will save you a lot of trouble later on when you have to upgrade again.

Unless your fleet is unlikely to reach T5 in the next month or two, in which case you should probably ignore my post entirely. (in other words, if you're not in a large fleet advancing at a considerable rate. frankly, no idea what you SHOULD buy, though my own funds will go for birds of prey.)
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Dalo Lorn
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# 22
11-11-2012, 08:18 PM
I was testing the regular b'rel pets on those nanite probes under the cubes in CSE.... here are my findings in attack mode, no buffs or anything

energy weapon damage hits around 200-400 damage per hit average
torps hit around 8000-10,500 average

crit hits are pretty rare (seems like 1 outta 20-30 hits)
energy crit hits 500-700
torp crit hit 16,000-20,000


Now, I haven't bought the 30,000 dilithium advanced b'rotlh pets yet....anyone out there mind running the same kinda test?

Last edited by kingstonalan; 11-11-2012 at 08:28 PM.
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# 23
11-12-2012, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by kingstonalan View Post
Now, I haven't bought the 30,000 dilithium advanced b'rotlh pets yet....anyone out there mind running the same kinda test?

This was ISE but I think you get the idea....
Team members ranked by mission DPS. It was a pretty weak team, but still, at almost 5000 DPS the B'rolths were as strong as most players all by themselves.

And here's the breakdown of their weapon contributions. Energy weapons helped, but like all pets they are generally terrible with energy because they don't run maxed out power levels. Their torpedoes however, are devastating.
Captain
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# 24
11-12-2012, 06:57 AM
This doesn't quite compare as kingstonalan didn't provide any charts.

Is it better or worse than the regular B'rel?

Again, I suspect the fleet birds of prey will be far superior, but it's not bad to get some info in advance.
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Dalo Lorn
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# 25
11-12-2012, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by kingstonalan View Post
I was testing the regular b'rel pets on those nanite probes under the cubes in CSE.... here are my findings in attack mode, no buffs or anything

energy weapon damage hits around 200-400 damage per hit average
torps hit around 8000-10,500 average

crit hits are pretty rare (seems like 1 outta 20-30 hits)
energy crit hits 500-700
torp crit hit 16,000-20,000


Now, I haven't bought the 30,000 dilithium advanced b'rotlh pets yet....anyone out there mind running the same kinda test?
voquv only pets id go for slavers dmg is ok and they loot .

karfi pets id go for skull fighters or friget
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# 26
11-12-2012, 01:31 PM
I have not played this game in months but when I was playing the Advanced BOP were Epic Win.

My VoQuv had no problems dealing with most targets.

Tykens Rift 1 + Target Subsystems Shields 3 with a well-timed Advanced BOP alpha strike
generally = death for my targets.
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