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wusolja
wusolja
2 months ago

you are just plain bad 👍🔥

Nick
Nick
2 months ago

So the missile tubes fire backwards and they sort of arc out towards their targets?

Last edited 2 months ago by Nick
CRMcNeill
CRMcNeill
2 months ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

Given their low relative observed speed combined with the maneuverability, they probably work better against pursuing ships than they would fired as chasing shots.

Toby Rogers
Toby Rogers
2 months ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

Wasn’t it implied that the force guided the torpedoes?

TheIcthala
TheIcthala
2 months ago
Reply to  Toby Rogers

My inference from the scene was that the Force acted as a supernaturally accurate and adaptable guidance system (better than any technological targeting computer could hope to be), but that the maneuver displayed at the exhaust port was entirely within the physical capabilities of the torpedoes themselves.

svetoslav
svetoslav
2 months ago

and will they be able to carry larger fighters such as whirlwind for example.

Daniel Shenise
Daniel Shenise
2 months ago

Hell of a fireworks show for the folks working flight/landing control if they spam off all those missiles at once.

Galvars
Galvars
2 months ago

Fractal, you are quality incarnate.

Couple of questions.

  • large circle in bow, that’s a boarding hatch?
  • What is a purpose of those large cylinders and hexagons in rear of bow. Missile tubes?
  • Pilots can’t enter those TIE’s on rear racks? They are just go piggyback in hyperspace?
Alex
Alex
2 months ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

Are those 6 cylinders at the bottom of the bow missile racks as well? I thought they are escape/boarding/landing pods or something like this.

Kal Skirata
Kal Skirata
2 months ago
Reply to  Alex

I was thinking mine layers

DarthCatius
DarthCatius
2 months ago

That is just awesome Fractal! 😀