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Makes the missile fly parallel to a line from the launcher to the predicted target position when fired 4 main gases in the atmosphere (or wherever the player is looking, if not using auto-aim). Note that vertical-launch missiles would pass above the target without guidance, due to gaining altitude while still turning. Provides free internal space: 1/2 a module for S-class, 15/16 for M, 127/128 for L. The actual health-modifier will be the weighted average of the One Turn’s health-modifier, and the filler’s.

Flies towards the target’s assumed position. Will fly towards the player’s view-direction/target if fired manually. Relies heavily on the AI’s detection if AI-controlled. Signal Jammers will add an error to the remote guidance (1.5m per gas finder mn 0.1 strength, only the strongest counts). If fired by AI, it requires processing power – lack of sufficient processing will reduce accuracy.

Attaches to hostile vehicles with cable and can be winched in. Does not connect to friendly vehicles. Comes with a base cable length of 150m/300m/600m, and pulls the target electricity schoolhouse rock with a force of 500/2000/8000, requiring the same amount of engine power to provide the pulling force. When a harpoon is mounted on a missile, it requires a unused winch block attached to the Missile Launcher in order to fire. Half of the force from a harpoon is applied at the target’s centre of mass, and the other half at the attachment point.

Detonates the missile when it passes close to anything that isn’t a projectile. Range can be set from 1m to 5m. Causes explosive warhead explosions to originate 90% of the way towards the triggering object from the fuse position, rather than at the warhead mp electricity bill payment online jabalpur position. Can only be selected for medium and large missiles. Provides free internal space: 4/5 of a module for M, 39/40 for L. The actual health-modifier will be the weighted average of the Proximity Fuse’s health-modifier, and the filler’s.

Attracts infra-red seekers. Sticks on impact. Ignition delay can be set from 0 to 20 s and post-ignite drop delay from 0 to 20 s. Burn time is 5s. Strength (shown in detection-view, unknown what vehicle temperature it is comparable to) is 1000 and increases m gastrocnemius when close to other flares (notably if placing several on one missile). Does not appear to depend on the size-class, so it is recommended to use this on S-class missiles.

All missiles deal thump damage if impacting on a block. The damage dealt depends on impact-speed and modules. AP is 20. One body-module is worth 20 additional normal modules. While the patchnotes claim that a thumper head increases damage as much as 1.5 bodies, the UI shows it is counted as one body – Nonetheless, a dedicated thumper-missile will do better with electricity distribution vs transmission a thumper head, due to the head’s lower drag. Bodies and thumper heads have the additional advantage of increasing the missile’s health.

Interceptors target hostile missiles. They will distribute all available interceptors to comfortably kill as many missiles as possible, and prioritise missiles larger than themselves. Interceptors trigger when very close to their target, or in range but moving away, and are destroyed when triggering, damaging up to 3 missiles within 35m. Should they miss, or should gas house dance hall the target be destroyed, the interceptor will acquire a new target.

Very fast vessels (above around 100 m/s) may be able to outrun missiles, or at least require faster and therefore shorter-ranged missiles to catch. This depends heavily on the missile, range, and whether you’re moving towards the missile – moving towards the missile may allow it to use APN gas out game instructions or target prediction to intercept a faster vessel, while moving away from a faster missile can cause it to run out of fuel before reaching you v gashi halil bytyqi.

• Active radar and sonar seekers can often work if simply fired within 90° of the target – Against sufficiently large targets, a vertical-launch radar-seeking missile will not need a one-turn. Against low-return vehicles ( alloy and rubber can be used to reduce both radar-, and sonar-return, although this will not help large vehicles much) at medium-long range, you will need more accuracy, however.