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Okay, got my copy of SFB Unity. Thoughts (of a Rules Lawyer): New Traits (Engine Power Ratio, Tight Turn, Wide Turn, Anti-Drone) could stand to be put under their own heading for ease of looking up. Power rules could stand to have their own section, or maybe a table summarizing what generates and us...
- Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:40 am
- Forum: The Bourbaki Basin
- Topic: Yet another B5 Thread
- Replies: 33
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Okay, so I finally settled on designs and been cranking out ships like a madman. Will have some posted soon, just hoping for a bit of input on formatting first. The trick with the B5 Wars universe is that there's a lot of 'In Service Dates' to manage. I'm curious as to how people would prefer the fo...
- Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:21 am
- Forum: Starmada
- Topic: SUE Escort and potential new equipment
- Replies: 4
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I second the motion! Makes more sense, escorts were/are usually equipped with uber-defensive weapons/fire control. Although an effect that would allow them to soak up some fire too/instead would be good too (kind of like a dedicated shield ship or a massive-scale fighter screen). Maybe something tha...
PP costs are the "extra" power required at the time of firing. I am assuming ships are automatically providing the non-firing-turn power as needed. Thus, the G-torp (2-2-3) requires 1 extra PP, while the F-torp (1-1-3) requires 2. *drags up almost forgotten SFB rules, grabs math degree ju...
- Sat Jun 10, 2017 3:20 am
- Forum: Starmada
- Topic: Drydock Unity - Dual Mode Weapons help
- Replies: 5
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I cannot figure out how to add a dual-mode weapon. Greetings. In the current spreadsheet it'll look something like this: Laser Cannon Laser Cannon>Beam Mode So the weapons have to have the same name, and for the second mode you add a ">" (no quotes) and the second mode's name; no space be...
Preview of the "Weapons" tab on the Starmada Drydock construction tool. I was looking at this again and noticed a couple of things that don't quite make sense: Plasma F & Plasma G - for the PP requirements (which I'm assuming is a new SFU specific rule) it doesn't make sense for the P...