murtalianconfederacy wrote:Should that read modifier, b/c otherwise heavier weapons would be smaller than lighter weapons...(I haven't played around with the drydock yet, so maybe I'm missing something...)
The divisor is the square root of modifiers which have already been applied -- which means heavier/more powerful weapons will always be larger than less powerful ones, just not by as much. Basically, ROF is more valuable for seeking weapons than ACC/IMP/DMG.
And I guess that with a dual-mode weapon, one mode with seeker, one without, you work out the CRat with the longer range (for example, a MA 8 seeker weapon and a RNG 12 standard weapon would base the ORat on the seeker weapon).
Yes. The longer "range" value, which for seekers is 2xMA.
And, while I'm here, in a Multi-Weapon Mount which has Fire-Linked, would a successful to-hit roll mean all the weapons hit?
No. You make a single roll, and the number of hits (determined by the multi-weapon mount) is multiplied by the number of mounts firing.