A question on seeking weapons. In the construction rules (why, that was the first thing I went to, why'd you ask? :p) there's a bit that perplexes me. It reads: "In addition, seeking weapons apply a divisor...". 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...)
EDIT: Okay, I tried it out with the drydock and it seems to be correct. I do the seeker weapon as a standard weapon then apply the divisor (at least that's what I get from the drydock). I must have been slightly tired when reading that because I only thought of the 'correct' meaning as an afterthought.
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). That enables a Unity version of Eternal Quest to be done...
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? I'm assuming so, and if so, that means I could use a single weapon to create larger versions of that weapon without doing a light/medium/heavy weapon (I'm particularly thinking about my current weapon obsession which is a beam cannon--the shield-cracker mode would have Fire-Linked while the sweeper mode would be normal)