View Full Version : Which is better to target subsystems?
4th Sep 03, 1:52 PM
Which ship is the best at hitting Subsystems?
or Pulse (sp?) Covettes?
4th Sep 03, 1:53 PM
Bombers and Ion/Torpedo frigates work well for me.
4th Sep 03, 1:56 PM
Upgraded Bombers are awesome.
4th Sep 03, 2:37 PM
Bombers are the best bet.
4th Sep 03, 3:26 PM
But Pulsas shoot SOOO fast :) Arn't they anti-frigate?
Bombers pack a bigger subsystem punch once they are upgraded. Cheaper than pulsars too.
4th Sep 03, 3:31 PM
Bombers all the way.
4th Sep 03, 6:55 PM
Anything that works alright against caps in general and has ok manuverability seems to work great.
Personally, I use whatever is in the area, I haven't come across the situation where I say to myself "I'll want to disable this so I'll build this", I just build to counter what's out there and use whatever's handy when it comes time to target a subsystem.
4th Sep 03, 7:12 PM
A full group of 12 bomber squadrons will take out a subsytem in 2 or 3 runs.
4th Sep 03, 7:16 PM
Bombers. They are simply gods riding in chariots in this game.
4th Sep 03, 7:49 PM
Gods that are blasted into piddly bits with only half a dozen flak cannons with some interceptor escorts. And maybe a torp frigate or two.
Gods? Hah. Effective maybe. There are no gods in this game.
4th Sep 03, 8:50 PM
I love taking out a bomber group with my flak frigs.
4th Sep 03, 9:46 PM
Hehehehe... flak frigs. That's all I can say. *rubs hands together evilly*
4th Sep 03, 9:52 PM
Actually Torpedo Frigates :)
4th Sep 03, 9:56 PM
Im going with upgraded torp frigs here, 4 of those bad boys take out a carriers engines in a bout 20 seconds, thats just damn evil.
4th Sep 03, 11:43 PM
Plus, if the target you blow up hs more missiles incoming as it explodes, those incoming will retarget themselves onto other enemies!:argh:
4th Sep 03, 11:58 PM
Bombers are nice, they own subsytems, but certainly aren't god like.
they have light armor and even in large group aren't very effective against mothership hulls. Also Flak frigates rip them to pieces.
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