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To Festera521 November 21, 2017.
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Designed by Tindalos Studios and released by Focus Home Interactive (the same blokes behind Bluod Bowl, Mordheim and Spaces Hulk Deathwing), this pack reconstructs the good old special table top and shows the various fractions of Warhammer 40,000 in violent outer-warfare. Once you spot the action that unfolds and runs to inform the Imperial Navy of the imminent chaos blast, the Inquisition immediately shocked your eggs to make sure you were heretic-free before you were transported to Division Naval Headquarters, with more promise that the ball would continue to shock when you wake up.
There is plenty of grass dark. Even the champ of mayhem is not certain....... There are other records suggesting that the ancient crown was Moriana, a psycher with a mighty psychic faculty and one of the Emperor's initial advisers before he fell into a state of mayhem. She may also have received information about the fort from the Gods of Mayhem themselves.
Ork Bayz, who deal with heretics with extremist extreme Blaam, are keen to get into the fighting - right up to taking over their hull and warboss and of course those pointedly tapered Xenos motherfuckers known as the Eldar who seem to help and obstruct you at the same arsenal. Seldom have enough ressources to solve all your troubles - so Tuesday for the Imperial Navy.
Basing on the historic assaults of the chaos fleet in search of the "eye of the night" and the "hand of darkness". Artefacts that Failbaddon grabbed in cannon and could ultimately use to activate the Blackstone Fortresses because the Eldar are huge cocks that leave this shit lying around. However, Spire CAN's outstanding work keeps the artefacts safe from chaos and places them in the theoretical safe custody of the Inquisition, which takes them from the industry to shelter.
Chaos attack will increase in pace and you will have to begin making choices about which mission to take and which to abandon. Welts that sacrifice to the foe invigorate and undermine him to keep his liquor afloat and fed. You will receive certain mission "favors" from fractions within the Empire, including the Navy, the Inquisition, the Space Navies (chapter Imperial Fists) or the cult mechanism that can be cashed againstbling for your warships.
Don't get too much strategic wizardry from your Eldar ally. Last year' The Imperium Resurgent has dissolved the warp storms like a cannon and the empire reinforcement is beginning to come, resulting in a last spectacular down. One way or the other, you'll eventually hit the black stones and the planet killer face down in the historic battle of Schindelgheist (with the help of Eldar if you want to save them).
With Captain Abridal aboard the Flame of Purity (who was your escort in a few battles), bringing his historic victim to a fun cut -scene and ramming his vessel into the point of mergence of the three Blackstonearp guns, the Captain's power to give back and turn them off.
It allows you to adjust different ships categories with upgrade, which allows a restricted personalisation of your fleet and specialisation in different types of sea battles, be it long distance porters, melee rackets, etc. And for those who love a kompstomp, there is a new élite play option that is enabled for both solos and coops at the 8th stage, which allows you to have cruising fights against the AI at maximal difficulties, which is more, with every new stage you deserve the AI you get 1% more points for ships, so, by stage 41 you get 41 per cent more points for ships to call into battle, oh, and all 10 stages from stage 11 you will be fighting against the planet killer, the orc space hulk, etc., and all 10 stages from stage 11 you will be fighting against the planet killer, the orc space hulk, etc., so you can have cruising fights against the AI at maximal difficulties, which is more, with every new stage you deserve the AI get 1% more points for ships, so, by stage 41 you get 41 per cent more points to call into battle, oh, and all 10 stages from stage 11 on you will be fighting against the planet killer, the orc space hulk, etc.
The Tindalos has begun the entire procedure of starting a continuation in the actual point of the time line after collecting the Tempest; in additions to all the actual fractions in the first match, Nekron, Dark Elder, and Tyranides will be added as play-able fractions (although technologically not new, the Elder will be divided into Craft Worlds and Corsairs, and the Dew will be divided into the Merchant Fleet and Protector Fleet).
If, for example, a vessel had 75/50/25 armor, this is a 75% probability that any assault launched on the vessel from its forward bow will do no harm, 50% probability that assaults launched on a vessel from its lateral bow will do so, and only 25% probability that assaults launched on the vessel from the aft hurricane hit it.
For example, if a craft says "Treat armor as 25" or a variant thereof, this means that the armor of that craft is treat as 25 regardless of its real value. Assaults with this value are very useful against spaceships, as most of them have 75 stunning points around them, but less stunning points on the canopy.
Armor also wanders (to a certain extent) damages caused by the passage of asteroid patches. Finally, the thicknesses of your metallic skin play a part in the calculation of impact damages, which are both distributed and maintained. Attack actions: Blitzes, snowboarding and what I call "regulation started snowboarding" activities (because I am not able to find good names), are snowboarding activities that are started by snowboarding torpedoes, thunderhaws etc..
Essentially, all three do the same thing: inflict a small amount of harm, but have a high probability of causing severe harm (see below). The Space Marines launched a slightly improved mechanic in the Space Marines patch: Attack action has a much higher ability to inflict crucial harm to the subsystem you're aiming at on an opposing vessel (click on the opposing vessel in combat and you'll see knobs to attack certain locations), rather than just roll evenly against all crucial strike option.
When you use this ability often, you will find that you often see a prompt saying: "(Boarding Action) failed". The value of a ship's crew is the overall opportunity to defend oneself against entry campaigns. For example, a 60 Trooper has a 60% Chance of not suffering harm from an attack operation.
For each tower that a player has abandoned, this value is only increased by 1 for entry only. For example, a vessel with 60 and 9 towers has a 69% probability of defending itself against entry action. Remember, however, that many ships will have upgrade options that will boost the number of Attack Operations started per use of the craft (e.g. Orcs have a craft named More Tellyportas that does 2 Attack Operations per lightning attack use), so you'll get over this opposition with a mere number of Starter Challenges that will make you make a craft.
Indeed, the boards initiated by the Regulation must strike the vessel (so that they can be fired from towers or simply from old mistakes) and then roll against the value of the troops. Teleporters attacks can only cause transient serious injury, fire or fracture (causing 25-100 fuselage damage), while boards can cause prolonged serious injury, fire or destruction.
If, say, an opposing vessel is trying to get away, the odds of using teleport attacks are greatest, but in reality it just hinges on your ships and how you get them deployed. Difficult strikes will ( usually ) only happen when an assault strikes the vessel's own structure, not its shield.
Ships cannot use affinity skills: In certain cases a missing alternator can be a bell of doom; if you loose it against space marines or dew... just go out, because if you don't do it, if your boat suffers too much harm and has to go to the devil, it won't go out in good order.
Suffering most often, and perhaps the least paralyzing.... but then a vessel without cannons ends only as a magnified pile-driver. Causes 25-100 Envelope Damages; used to deactivate the ability to make casual repairs, but now it's only when the craft is badly corrupted. Causes a small amount of harm over the course of its life and causing numerous stacks of stacks.
More than three fire at a time is no laughing matter, even on the biggest ships. In smaller ships, this is usually not such a big deal, but in large ships, which are at the heart of your game, it can affect the overall equilibrium at a critical point and cause you to lose the game. "The " stronghold " fleet, like some of what the IN or SM can set up, will not be affected too much if you know how to "circle the wagons", but if you play Orkz, a boat with damaged motors is a totally futile boat, because the pile-driving day, when you ram something other than Reres' most separate, is over.
It' also a condemnation to Eldar's life. Dew couldn't really be less interested, and chaos will find it difficult, but not catastrophic, as long as you know how to be good. Dependent on the fraction selected, the game play will promote a certain kind of strategic lesson grounded on archetypical strength and weakness, with the Imperial Navy being heavily armored vehicles engineered for fights in mid- to near-field battle, long-range chaos, very attack-oriented orcs, Eldar preferring hit-and-run and camouflage, and space marines performing superbly in board-leveling operations.
Because ship switching and upgrade/manufacturing use finite resource in the process, gamers will most likely have to focus on a particular naval construction in all play styles, with levelling new Admirals and different build within the same fraction likely to be a delay, although a new upcoming style will turn that style into something more available.
During the TT play, the ships collided, requiring a custom raamming mission, and was not automated. BFG: Armada ships crash is automated and there's a Manoeuvre tool that allows everything (Imperial and Chaos get full track with reinforcement and rotation, Orcs get a more powerful but more casual forward reinforcement, and the Eldar Accelerator gets less, but quicker charging...) from large ships to Escorts to spin and speed up, making driving a very efficient (albeit limited) doer.
Spot defence towers are the standard defence mechanisms against Torpedos, Bomber and Boards. When ships take casualties, they loose defensive towers in relation to their wellbeing. Thus, the efficiency of the above mentioned strategies is limited, especially at extremely high range or against heaped, intact ships. However, later play, when formation is likely to have disintegrated and ships take damaged, they become mighty onslaught.
Whilst an underrated escort can do extreme harm, certain upgrade can be very efficient against Eldar and Chaos Molesters. The majority of ships have a destruction level that, if traversed, can cause your vessel to go to warp-out (or, in the case of the Eldar, leap into the net, Tindalos thinks of everything), you can kill your master to prevent the vessel from escaping, although you have to be cautious, as sometimes going away is the best strategy and a severely corrupted or devastated vessel is not available for 1 or 2 laps, you can also set up the "Rally" ability, which allows you to conduct a rally, or you can set up the "Rally" ability, which allows you to conduct a rally.
You can also lose ships in warm, but you can refuse by upgrade your navigator/equivalent. At Tindalos, we have introduced a number of interfaces that allow you to specify certain behaviours for your ships, such as minimal ranges, auto-casting capabilities, front or side attacks, and corrosive postures, which will allow you to spend some of your ship customisation effort and can help you adjust your weaponry to respond to certain situations without needing too much micro-management as well, so that you can use your weaponry in a more efficient way,
Specific Cruisers can be equipped with these homicide weapons, so you can summon enough remotely to destroy smaller ships with co-ordinated salvos, although they are very imprecise, you may need some of them to cause adequate harm (tip, put the auto cast if the foe is far outside the target area).
Apart from that, the Empire weapon is high Alpha, but low-medium range and prefers broad sides. Heavier armour, but no particular opposition to board-leveling (apart from the restricted rating crews and space marines who favor upgrades) means that Empire ships favor melee shots, but can fight against specific attack flies. Advantages (specializations) are the R e i c h s m a r i n e (immune to disobedience and you can conjure a cobra), the Inquisition (1 free bonuses stage for each member of the team and you can unveil an hostile vessel every 120 seconds), Mechanicus (1 extra upgrading and qualifying slots that makes it highly popular) and Astartes (extra light actions and board-ing defence, okayish).
They can be efficient in seasons if you add the right value to them. Sword grade Frigates profit heavily from the armor-piercing macro cannon armament, while FireStorms make good use of the spear reach, anti-shield and critical armament. Kobras are quick and can be invoked as reinforcement with the favor of the Imperial Navy, which makes them a fairly good one-way weapon of fire when you arm their macro cannons or motors, although their Torpedos can seem a little dull as they fire only two shots, after all, keep in mind every hit that lands in a invoked Kobra is less harm done by your naval ships.
Spreading them makes it hard to avoid at great distances and can do/force quite a lot of harm to the opponent to manoeuvre and be discovered. Using the ability Redoad, you can fire an avarage of 3 full volleys per vessel before the actual mission begins. Later in the match, MOELTA Torpedoes are very good when the rescue repair cools down, but on the other side, traditional Torpedoes are great for killing ships that try to move away, but keep in mind that there is a minimal distance that the Torpedo can work on.
Take the lance boat, though you might think it is a combination of several torpedo salvos of 3-4 Dauntlesss MkII, to kill all the ships trying to detach themselves. Whilst Nova Cannons can be enticing, they may be difficult to use, in earlier releases they were quite knackered, but Tindalos has turned them off, they're still quite useful against enemy arrivals' Blobs, but not as exactly as they end up shooting in empty rooms and doing just about nothing, but they're still quite good for handling Eldar, as they're very susceptible to their field of action.
Conversely, if you find that you want a challenging ship or find Orc and SM ships that are difficult to handle, you can choose Gothic and Dictator cruise ships and Mars Battle cruisers because their lance and prescription ports allow you to remain relatively safe.
whilst this vessel is slowly moving, you could construct an interesting combined maneuver engine, propellant, armor-piercing macros and a starbomb buildup to get as near to an opposing vessel as possible, keep it calm, release a volley of Torpedos, and then end it at your closest location with your plasma macron canon, all while keeping the speed of the vessel up, and then use the speed of your plasma macron to get to the point of using the weapon to fire the weapon,
like with almost other tactics in this match is not an auto victor, but it can work properly for matches like destroying the transporter ships or the space station, where your winning condition can't be compromised by a warm bounce, you can also arm the retaliation with a powerbok, while it's difficult to extract it, if you can get near enough for the hand-to-hand combat match, then you can cast a pile of successive normal blows by turning your engines on and off quickly to do something other than another battle battle-station.
Actually, the other warship, the Emperor Ship, is more of an air plane porter than a real warship, though it can still do great harm with its broad sides, can be great for doing huge long-term harm, or defending your other ships with flocks of combatants from hostile orders. It' s major disadvantage is the low velocity, an inscrutable 112, although this can somehow be remedied by fitting Mezoa pattern drives and petrol gauges as well as strap tanks to decrease the chance that their motors will be shot down.
They are not as hard as their empire equivalents, but they are quicker, have a greater reach and more mighty spears. Default Tactics are essentially to play the Death Claws every 90 seconds to use the game's critically hitting system, which can paralyze an Empire players with poor RNG, Powerboys are also great for doing great harm, and against certain melee fractions such as the Orcs and the Eldar Refractor hexes, they can save lives.
As an alternative, you can really enhance your spears and strike hostile ships from outside their sensing distance, which can be difficult because you have to reveal the hostile ships, a job your escort can do well. Don't neglect to buy the microjump upgrades, because you'll have to keep away and be prepared to move out of the tough regulation of melee.
Nurgle is the best when it comes to markers, because its area of effect means that anyone who joins up with you gets continuous harm, gives you a much-needed boost against the other close-range fractions as well as extra opposition to board-ing action, which is especially great when you're dealing with forks, outer navies, or the Emperor's Marine, and makes it easy for you to take down hostile ships and quickly send hostile escort.
Horn also gives some buffer for your board-ing defense and a bonuses boost when using flashes of ammunition and attacks, which improves your chance of inflicting your enemies crucial harm, even horn, like many of them, your ships get pretty prickly, as easy piece of advice it can be a good suggestion to take some carnage cruise ships, as they are the major forces of the chaotic fleet and arm them with Khorne's character, or go nurglite.
While the Slaanesh Marks can be friendly when it comes to orcs, as it will break their moral, this is one of their flaws, it also has a force that prevents foes from using specific skills, which can be useful to close some Eldarulsar weapons, but that's it, one or two Slaanesh ships in your navy can be enough to get assistance or chase an opposing vessel at once.
Tezeentch marking is good if you're dependent on long-range attack, as it creates a (very obvious) fog that conceals your vessel from tight ally, combines it with effective engines for added stealth, you can also cast a fake shelf marker and thus change position if you like, but don't anticipate it disappearing when it's in sight of the foe, thus transforming your vessel into a magic floating fortress that can be a chic compensator, try a despoiler or try a spoiler or a magic flight fortress that can be a chic compensator, try a spoiler or a very obvious spoiler, or try a fake beacon that can be a good way to get your vessel out of the way.
Each of your ships has a few Kustom Points that you can use to modify the base equipment for something that is almost the same. When you take these, extending the macro gun area is an imperative. Get the additional upgraded level of Delporta to let 3 attack moves fall on a muddy, miserable jester at once.
Add 17 points to the costs of the vessel. Their tendency is to do little harm, but they have precision, and forks even have up-grades that allow them to avoid shields and holo fields or decelerate the hostile vessel when hitting. The Weirdboy Tower can also be upgraded on any boat.
Also, because it never went awry in the story to stuff a pile of Boyz into a pipe and wiggle them against the foe, you can put them in the car with a right click, as the Boardin' Torpedo doesn't cause much harm. ninety* forward bow love play with good harm, but...with Orky (in)accuracy.
Possibly better than Torpedos only if you have trouble manoeuvring your ships before the opponent. To take these saves ten points from the costs of the vessel. Orc ships have the mandatory More Dakka upgrades available, which causes all guns to fire their max number of rounds while the Lock On order is in effect.
Couple this with Grot Message Runnerz to keep orders 50% longer, and update Grot Crew Member to cut order decay times, and you may have trouble seeing your ships through the hail of gleaming spit of hot metal from any interface. Half the updates for courtesies are shitty or just a simple service program (additional upgradeslot and Grot Shokk cannon for remote configuration of the Bad Moons, a high-precision Nova Kannon that can detonate, and command train for silence for the blood axes).
This gives you a shallow push for the forces (for and against attacks) and then a big guy buckles a can unlocker to the front of your boat to do +50% ram action (stacking with an Orcs race bonuses of another 50%). Red Sunz favour is actually great when paired with the Big Red Button, as it not only gives your boat a longer burst of velocity, but also a *tractor beam*, which is probably the most orcish gun in the pack, because nothing else orcs cries out that something that allows throwing kilometre-long ships like toymen.
Use it to cast foes into landmines, steroid fields, torpedo enthusiasts, or directly into the way of a bull-rushing vessel, extra-win, if that vessel has the Goff upgraded, do not allow replacements for the capture of hectic outer-Elfs. Another thing to keep in mind is that orc ships are like hell cheaper than hell.
When you drop your torpedo tubes, it is quite possible to combine your whole cruiser and lighter cruiser pool into a unified battle. Although this can be a minor overstatement ( no, it isn't.), the Eldar are one of the most difficult battles to master due to two rather blatant handicaps:
One is that instead of shielding Eldar ships get hold of hold fields. Hoofields begin at zero power and rise to 100% efficiency over a few seconds as the vessel moves above half its maximum velocity, and begin to lose power as a vessel decelerates. With 100% power, the holo field reduces the precision of hostile macroweapons by 80% and offers a flat-rate loss against spears.
Whilst this may sound good on paper, the fact of the matter is that most ships have issued so many gunshots that statistics show that a few few will get through each one. Since the Eldar ships do not have the regenerative shielding of the other races, and have lower envelope points and a race capability that increases the chances for hostile ships to score a Critic Strike on them, their stamina is severely diminished in comparison to the other breeds, as just about any volley launched against them will do permanent harm.
This also means that they are always susceptible to snowboarding action. And the second is that the Eldar ships attach all their guns to the front of theirs. That means you have to face the foe to actually do harm, which drastically diminishes your abilities. Another main issue is that Eldar, as in most of her video games incarnations, is a very powerful/micro-heavy craft.
Besides that, they don't really begin with very many skills, which means that some El Dor ships are quite low motorized until purchase. After all that is said, as soon as you get some upgrade, the elder becomes almost frightening. They have the highest damaging capacity and are therefore the defining "glass cannon".
You have the best warriors, the best order and their fundamental weaponry can deplete ships in seconds with the right up-grades. While there are a number of ways to set up your own squad, at the beginning it is highly advisable to compete against some boats with the least difficult level.
Don't take that as a suggestion, you have your abilities, Eldar just plays so differently that it just lasts a while for you to adapt, and if you lose every other fight, you'll rather give up and go playing orcs. Destroy the hostile navy by using the nukes to destroy the hostile navy so that you only have to handle one vessel after the other, the sensors so that you can select target priorities (i.e. carrier and attack boats) and the interruptor so that the remaining vessel cannot see anything.
Battle near cloud of gases so that once you get something with the disrupter you can steal your ships without the need to use the ongoing quiet capability. Simply move on, as the Aces High songs say, run, Fly, fly to life, do or death, fire your pulsears at low cost, or get ships with starting bay so you don't have to manoeuvre your ships to strike the enemy. What's more, you'll be able to get your ships to your destination with a few simple moves.
Keep in mind to push the sun shade knob further and that you don't have any high-energy coils or wide side weapons - so be free to pass right by the hostile ships and turn around in their back arch before you play hen again and again. Don't let them beat you and don't let them get to you about Eldar's weaknesses:
The bomber and lightning strikes are ignoring holo fields, so a pile of hunters accompanying your ships can be a good upgrades, nova cannons and plasm bombs/standbombs, etc. will powder you, so you''ll be avoiding being on their way. Gamers will be targeting their alternators as without the holo fields an Eldar vessel will crease with a few rounds of each one.
Earldar ships have an upgraded to give them a free combat unit to compensate for their grievous susceptibility to air raids, be wary of using any torpedoes that might attract these hunters. Don't be so scared of your first few battles destroying a boat and then dropping it.
Skills are needed more than anyone else, and until you get them, you probably won't win a decent battle, and a broken vessel is a burden on your resource base. has by far the best alphastrike in the series. In combination with their supreme agility, velocity and camouflage, they are able to isolate everything up to a cruise vessel and immediately paralyze, if not destroy it.
In addition, there is the ongoing bullying of El Dar fighters, and the El Dar are a frangible but perilous fraction, and if they surprise a gambler, they can devastate their ships shockingly quickly. Neither of which is true of El Dor vs. El Dor, which is a degenerated holofield escort-fight.
Weltraumarines and their outer earth box are the first DLC aircraft to come into play. In comparison to other navies, SM is quite singular in some respects, especially because there is no battleship type vessel, but rather one battleship (battleship brands I and II) instead of just one.
Astarte ships are quite a look, they are moderate in speed (slightly quicker than their naval colleagues, but much more slow than most chaos ships of the same weight) and very well armored. This makes them costly, though, and the SM squad will usually be one or two ships behind (it's not uncommon for them to get off at 3 or 4 to 1 against orcs).
Even while SM ships have 75 armor all around, they tended to have a lower HP totals than other ships, which makes them very susceptible to regulations. So the thing you need to know about the Space Marine Navy is that the same patches that brought them into the deck also changed the way attacks worked to make them a little more useful, and the SM Navy uses them very well.
Everyone but a few of their ships can start off throunderhawks to cause attacks from afar, and essentially every ships has the ability to improve its Blitz operation by rolling three dice for harm. You also have on-board torpedoes that can capture hostile ships from infinite depth.
This can be exploited by dispatching an accompanying vessel while having the on-board torpedos of the other ships in the auto cast, and unleashing volley after volley of attack without running the risk of a straight forward encounter, good against fleet with few fighters, not so much if your foe has them. After all, the SM Race skill reduces your opponent's Army Rating and makes your attacking action more likely to be successful.
However, the main disadvantage of the navy is that its cannons are usually somewhat dull and on avarage fire about half the rounds of an Imperial Navy equal vessel per volley. Some of their ships have gained use of a weapon with a silly opportunity for high criticism, but they fire very slow.
Also, as already noted, the SM squad will often be quite inferior, which, along with the low shot rates of their cannons and the cooldowns of their skills, can often cause them to be red-handed. Any specialisation is unbelievably efficient, but can only be installed on a ship from the entire navy.
Kaplan: When the vessel is alive, it becomes resistant to attacks for a brief period, which is great for towing orcs, but the least useful of the four. Library: has a very good opportunity to cause a mutiny on an opposing vessel, but the number of points entered into the library's team member reduces its drag.
Masters of the Forge: Additional upgrading slot, one per every member per trimester, for the blindest vessel in the whole segment. If it is off, it passive polishes the whole fleet's Sonderauftrag if it increases the value of the ships it is associated with and reduces the value of hostile ships.
Because of the way their ships are constructed, with a wavier, shallower, more organically shaped thing than the Empire's METAL BAWKSES, tugboats in general can direct ALL their cannons in their forward or lateral archery towards a goal. This can be combined with a min. reach of 9000 for railwayuns ( micro-weapons ) and 6000 for ionic cannons ( spears ), which can be raised to 12000 and 9000, respectively, and it is possible to kill hostile ships in a round from outside their coverage.
Start a sensor over the desk or sent a victim escort to help ID hostile ships, fire rockets and see your opponent's ships blow from nowhere. As for the ships, the ropes are rather offensive, with many ships that combine pilot-o-gunz, bay and torsos on a common picture, but otherwise they don't really differ much from the other breeds, with two big exceptions:
Some ships with Gravatic Hooks come with two guards on board automatic (or two upgraded dhows), supposedly for free, but not really, because each Gravatic Hooks vessel will cost 75% more than another of the same size. Second, Tau doesn't have a battlecruiser section on her list of ships.
Rather, they have an aid section that contains two Demiurg ships and the Kroot Warsphere. This Warsphere is infernally scornful because it can't alter directions like a regular vessel and instead has to use all its gain measurement to get to a new one. It' also quite short-range (compared to everything else), which together with the slower glacier motion led to it never shooting at anything chaos or Eldar.
Both Demiurg ships are different weights, but otherwise have the same playing characteristics: large fleshy minstrels interspersed with microweapons in the front and spears on the sides. You also have a front-mounted mine stream that works almost identical to the Eldar pulsears with one rotation: it is charged when the vessel is in an Eldar Pulsar bay, or when there are destroyed ships near it, and fire several orders of fire as often as its cargo.
Dew ships are universal as slowly as molasses that flows upwards. Regular divers cannot use strokes of water (although support ships can). Your ships generally have about the same PS as the Eldar ships, which makes them susceptible to similar things (bombers, torpedoes, etc.). However, there is something you can do to quickly rehabilitate, the airbox vulnerability will increase your ships of lines velocity by 50 points to put in perspective the one that makes your 150 ships of lines velocity (without tools that can't take any pleasures anyway) and turns them into 200 velocity.
Mess line ships have a velocity of 188, so yes, screw your augur interruptor video games. It'?s imperial: Dew and chaos are perfectly against them. Easy outmanoeuvred, which makes Eldar and Orkz good against them, although Eldar is quickly killed and the forks are not agile. Using any other fraction, just make sure you have more Daccas, as Emperor ships have delayed a lot of lives.
Beware of your nova cannons and the torpedo fetish, an IN cruise ship that spits 6 Torpedoes into your wide side with minimal activating distance, causing 45 dams. x 6 = 270 damages, these things penetrate the armour, and they can fire as quickly as once every 30 seconds, which is not long.
Mayhem: Chaos: Quickly get in touch with any other fraction, drive them into the crapper (unless you're Eldar). When they have Augustur disrupters, they will make you smash your teeths and grind them in a frustrated way as they hide your sensor, then silence and begin to tear you apart at first hand with no punishment as your ships trip around wasteless.
El Dor: Extremely feeble towards ammunition and casing. You can be smashed by other El Dor ships as they try to make their gay Feentanz zoomarounds, which can make the matches incredibly comical. You can also just lean back and see your group of fixed ships shoot you into hell. You got fast ships, screw them in the butt.
Dew and chaos are the best against them (or other Marines). Dew: Since the dew ships are quite faint, it is best if you ram (unless you are Eldar). That makes the forks very efficient against them, as the dew ships are slower. Do not send them out or send them out (perhaps with chaos that can raise its spears to 15).
Thousands and the ships maneuver at that far, it's quite worthless). You' re quite uncomfortable with getting in. Carry at least a few bearers for hunters, because their Torpedos will make the HP of your ships plop away before even their major weapons come within reach. When you' re Imperial, Nova Cannons, Torpedos and/or Ramms.
You bow is armoured for a certain purpose; let the armour carry the main load, go to the largest vessel face forward and let your broad sides and board-attacks do some work on the smaller ships on the way in, try to orbit the largest ships as fast as possible and tell your crew to target their shield.
Éldar... well, as always, when you're Éldar, you're screwed, mate. Emperial Navy trailers that kill heretics and XENOS for Emprah! A chaos trailers for the ruined forces! They don't seem to like orc tracks. It was the launching trailers in which Emperor masculinity came to light and Abaddon talked about failed man.