CQB-Gen II "Falcata Mk2" Maltese Heavy Bomber

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CQB-Gen II "Falcata Mk II" Maltese Heavy Bomber
Falcata.png
Ship Class Bomber
Built by Flag-outcasts.png Outcasts
Technical information
Guns/Turrets 8 / 0
Opt. weapon class 3
Max. weapon class 3
Other equipment
Hull strength 21,800
Max. shield class 10
Cargo space 90 units
Nanobots/Batteries 110/110
Max. impulse speed 80 m/s
Max. thrust speed 199 m/s
Max. cruise speed 350 m/s
Power output 45,390 u
Power recharge 1,880 u/s
Additional information
Ship price $6,275,000
Package price $6,887,780

DSCore: Falcata Mk II

A late development in the CQ "Conquistador" series of Outcast fightercraft, the Falcata Mk II was designed as a testbed, to see how far the "Rapier" framework could be taken. Outcast engineers added a bomber-grade powerplant from the standard Z-line Bomber, and fitted the craft with dual Bomber torpedo bays. After initial trials showed the Rapier-based bomber would surpass the Falcata nearly all fields, the goahead was given to fully design it.

The Falcata Mk II still carries the name of its predecessor, but is in fact a completely new design. Built with better maneuverability in mind, this bomber is meant to slip through enemy defenses and deliver her payload before the target has a chance to react - and be out of range by the time it does.

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Review (4.88)

Falcata Mk II is a relatively new bomber, but a dissapointing one. Having very poor Armor, guns placement, one of the worst Snac placements (being on the end of wings), and pretty big butt, it's subpar to its rival Cutlass. Although having a big core and okay agility for a Medium Bomber, the reasons above are why this ship is currently not good at all.

Pros: None

Cons: Pretty much everything, especially Snac placement

Rating: 3/10


Flavorarrow2.jpg Review by Antonio

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