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Re: [ft] NAC fleet roster analysed

From: "Unless your people get off their encounter-suited butts and do something, I've got nothing to lose!" <KOCHTE@s...>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 16:12:55 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: [ft] NAC fleet roster analysed

>> here's the list (alphabetically sorted, i'm afraid):
>> BB	26
>> BC	14
>> BC/E 7
>> BC/P 4
>/P indicantes patrol?

No, pulse-torp variant, or heavy fire-support type ship. From the text:

"BC/P - The BLACK PRINCE class battlecruiser (BC/P) is a heavy
variant of the MAJESTIC class battlecruiser. Built in small numbers
since 2168,
its role is to support a fleet with heavy long-range firepower. Though
thrust is standard, it has a higher rotational ability than many ships
of its
size, allowing it to bring its limited-arc weapons to bear more easily.
In the
hands of a good captain, the BLACK PRINCE has proven to be a valuable
asset in
large-scale fleet battles and more production is planned. Service

     First entered Service: 2168 
     Currently in NAC service: 5 
     Lost in action: 1 
     Decommissioned/scrapped: 0 
     Relegated to Reserve Fleet: 0 
     Sold to other forces: 1 
     Under Construction: 2 
     Procurement cost: 3370 MUCr "

- text and design by Daryl Poe	(who is not on the list, but is directly
responsible for getting me involved in these games :)

>> DD	227
>> FFH	146
>That is a heck of a lot of DDs. How am I going to model that many? I 
>guess I better get cracking...

Never said it was a pyramid-shaped hierarchy of ships out there.  ;-)

Off to pack and go watch some Leonids...

I'm not giving in to security under pressure,
I'm not missing out on the promise of adventure,
I'm not giving up on implausible dreams -
Experience to extremes...experience to extremes....
					   Rush - "The Enemy Within"

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