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Dili -> Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 4:50:29 PM)

I just have an enemy destroyer sunk by collision it gives 4 points. Another destroyer of same class gets 6 points.




witpqs -> RE: Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 5:02:03 PM)


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ORIGINAL: Dili

I just have an enemy destroyer sunk by collision it gives 4 points. Another destroyer of same class gets 6 points.

Dunno. Could it be due to upgrade status?




dave sindel -> RE: Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 5:46:02 PM)


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ORIGINAL: Dili

I just have an enemy destroyer sunk by collision it gives 4 points. Another destroyer of same class gets 6 points.


From the manual in section 17.0

Ships that are lost to marine casualties and other non-combat action (grounding, collision, etc)
score 75% of the standard VP




btd64 -> RE: Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 5:47:58 PM)


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ORIGINAL: witpqs


quote:

ORIGINAL: Dili

I just have an enemy destroyer sunk by collision it gives 4 points. Another destroyer of same class gets 6 points.

Dunno. Could it be due to upgrade status?


Never seen that before. There has to be a difference between the two ships like witpqs has suggested....GP




btd64 -> RE: Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 5:52:21 PM)


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ORIGINAL: dave sindel


quote:

ORIGINAL: Dili

I just have an enemy destroyer sunk by collision it gives 4 points. Another destroyer of same class gets 6 points.


From the manual in section 17.0

Ships that are lost to marine casualties and other non-combat action (grounding, collision, etc)
score 75% of the standard VP


Thanks Dave. My manual is in pieces so it's a pain to look through. I don't use the e manual much....GP




Dili -> RE: Less victory points when enemy sinks by collision? (10/2/2018 8:58:38 PM)

Thank you Dave and everyone.




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