Introduction[edit | edit source]
Main Article: Ships
Dreadnoughts are built with one thing on the mind - to create a vessel that will be capable of flying to the absolute limits. They are, right after the Titans, the toughest ships to take down. With both the Hull and the Shield strength pumped up to the absolute maximum, your opponents won't stand a chance against you without a large fleet of powerful ships. Even if you go down, be sure that your enemy won't glorify his Phyric victory. If you are among the captains who like early game ships like Gunships and Corvettes, be very, very careful when facing a ship from the Dreadnought class. This is also the second class that received almost a complete make over from the SPG 2.
Additional Information[edit | edit source]
The main difference can be easily noticed in the decreased hangar slots. This is still discussed, but your slots won't go higher than 1 or 2. In other words, you won't be able to rely on the AI Fighters to bring you victories, but will have to fight your own battles. No worries, as Dreadnoughts are now designed to be the toughest ships with a considerable amount of firepower. However, you will still have to maneuver a lot during the combat to maximize your damage output across all battery turrets. During the fights, make sure you focus down heavy ships first and then go for platforms and structures.
Basic Details[edit | edit source]
Only the basic stats are presented here. For full information, check out the specific page about each ship.
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