I almost agree with everything here other than your point that the Sulust isn't (slightly) overpowered because it's a one trick pony - the trick works too well. Also, I actually do think the Drakh Light Cruiser is overpowered too. The Prefect fix is OK but both the Prefect and Centurion need tagging back to their tourney list damage rating of 30 (I know the Prefect isn't in the tourney list).katadder said:yes they have good beams but this aside tahts about all they got really. generally low hull numbers or less interceptors. secondaries are ok when you have them.
theres only a ship or 2 you could really complain about, the prefect should be a 2 beam ship, basically a centurion with more armour but slower.
the tertius as a brawler should have its beams dropped to 3 or 4AD.
and thats about it IMO, yes people will complain about the sullust yet again but its an armour 5 one trick pony. if complain about the sullust well tehres the hyperion has same beam and more secondaries, theres the drakh light cruiser with one less beam bu GEG and better secondaries.
remember the centauri are supposed to be the next advanced after the minbari, raid level is where they excel.
the vorchan and its variants (including demos) need more damage and crew tho.
Pretty much as you say!!! The Morgrath isn't that bad but the Demos, Kutai and Haven are all unpickable with the Morgrath, Secundus and basic Altarin all in need of a little extra love. I tell you, the Centauri are just like 3rd edition 40k Eldar! A few careful tweaks here and there and they'd be a lovely fleet to play as I already think their style is fun and evocative to playLord David the Denied said:You mean the unpickable Demos, Kutai and Morgrath? They just need fine-tuning, right? Like, double hit points, upgraded weapons, that kind of fine tuning?
Voronesh said:And the damage value only should go down a little bit on certain ships like the prefect. Not by much no, just a little. But there are alot more ships in the fleet that need a boost, than those in need of a little finetuning.