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    Weapon Battery

    Are the point upgrades right? They don't seem to be.

    It seems 60p is an aweful lot to pay for a vibro-cannon for such a low strength no AP weapon, while 45p is boardering on rediculous for a much higher strength blast, while the d-cannon sounds insane for extremely high strength low AP blast at 50p.

    There's something I'm not seeing here.

    Quote Originally Posted by rikimaru View Post
    You have the option for instance of infiltrating, outflanking, pillboxing, or anti assault.


    And that's just with the Kroot.

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    Vibrocannons automatically glances all vehicles it hit, and it can in theory hit a very large number of enemy models per round of fire, but in reality, D-cannons are far better as you pointed out. Generally, weapon batteries are not worth taking, because of their very limited range, in 2/3 cases limited firepower, and the fact that a single round of fire from anything kills them outright. They are simply too fragile.

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