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Offline Tor Cha

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Multiple Questions
« on: December 24, 2017, 05:05:24 PM »
Some Questions are Basic Some are Not
1 If a Missile Has Sub Munitions If a AAM is fired at it will the AAM keep going for the Carrier Missile or after one of the Sub munitions?
1.1 What if the AAM has Sub munitions also?
2. Shield Regen is that a Set amount of shields in a certain time frame? What if the Shields are damaged again?
3. How Close can a Buoy be to a WP?
4. a Mine is a War head, Sensors, Armor, & ECM ?
4.1 using that  you could put a few Lasers in a Mine field?
5. Using Buoy's can you put one or More Buoys (missile or Mine ) on/in to a Missile and fire it to an Area to me Mined?
5.1 Even a Wp?
5.2 What about firing a barrage of Missiles that form a Mine/Buoy field In from of said fleet/group of ships?
5.2.2 Course the Ships would have to stay out of the Activation range of the Mines/buoys.
 

Offline Barkhorn

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Re: Multiple Questions
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2017, 06:04:16 PM »
2) Shields are a health-bar.  Regen fills it, damage drains it.
3) a buoy can be right on it.
4) A mine is 2-stage missile.  The first stage is all sensors.  The second stage is one or more normal missiles.  They need on-board active sensors to home in if I remember correctly.
4.1) If you mean laser warheads, yeah
5) I doubt it, because you have no control over the missile once it's launched.  No way to tell the buoys to spread out.  Not that I can see anyways.
5.2) yeah you can do that.
 

Offline Tor Cha

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Re: Multiple Questions
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2017, 06:45:35 PM »
I am going by the current Description of a Mine (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minesweeper) & Minesweepers.
Not a Missile Buoy that fires one or more Missiles at the target that enters it's ( the Missile Buoy) Activation range.
Here is the Wikipedia On types of Naval Mines(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_mine#Bubble_jet_effect)it also describes the Types of Damage a Naval Mine can do, along with instances of there use in both WW2 and More Modern Years ( 1988, the ROKS Cheonan on 20 may 2010 )
 

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Re: Multiple Questions
« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2017, 10:51:25 PM »
In order for the missile to hit the target, it needs engines. Space is huge so free floating mines aren't even calculated by the game engine. Try thinking of it like this instead:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_mine#Homing_mines
 

 

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