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Vulcan shots.

ukras001 3 years ago • updated by Scientist (Administrator) 3 years ago 5
When I'm being hit by Vulcan, my hornet become incontrolable, I can't drive forward. But Worst, I CAN'T turn left and I CAN'T turn right, or instead my hull gain life of his own, and do whatever you program to do except follow my KEYS.
Is this a plan inserted in the games logic, to guarantee that some hulls, mainly Wasps and Hornets, CANNOT escape, or even TRY to escape?
And to guarantee that Vulcan ALWAYS win?

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That's one advantage of the turret Vulcan. It has its disadvantages too, and besides, Hornet has its advantages as well. So it all depends on your gamestyle and the level of "skill". The more you play, the easier you'll (learn to) withstand Vulcans' attacks.
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That's one advantage of the turret Vulcan. It has its disadvantages too, and besides, Hornet has its advantages as well. So it all depends on your gamestyle and the level of "skill". The more you play, the easier you'll (learn to) withstand Vulcans' attacks.
So it's an advantage of the Vulcan, that means it is a feature inserted in game logic to always ensure Vulcan advantage in any circumstance against light Hulls.

So, tell me what is exactly the rational of it?

Hornet has advantages too?
Can you enumerate all of them? I mean enumerate, all advantages of hornet? Beyond that of being killed by single shaft shot, often killed by single Hammer shot, often killed by single railgun shot, killed almost instantly by firebird, killed by 3 smoky shots (that takes about 3 seconds), killed in a blink of an eye by isida?
Or capturing three flags in a minute ;)
Capturing 3 flags in 1 minute?
When can I or you do that?
At least did you read all I wrote? There is no chance to catch 3 flags if Hornet m3 with 9/25 micro update protection still can be killed by single shots every time.

I realise now, that you are not here to seriously answer any question. All your answers are not direct and are diverted to out of the point.


The point is, what is the rational of it, to allow vulcan to stop maneuvering of light hulls when are fired upon by it? So Vulcan not only destroy them fast as also prevent them to fight, or escape. In my dictionary that is sponsored cheating.

Is TO sponsoring cheating?
Please do not forget that Vulcan is that good at great distance only. Go up close and it will not be able to hit you if you keep moving; it'll be your easy prey.
No, TO is not sponsoring cheating and it never will.