I have seen that there are some fleet posts on the Steelcore Fleet topic.
I created this Topic for everyone to post all their ship designs. Hope this helps clean up the Forum, Thanks!.
Commander, Engineering Corps
Heres my Basic Fleet
Scout ship, used mainly for re-capping those Revolting citys, and getting above enemy ships/Structures:
Light Ship, used along side my medium ships, less firepower, less height, but 3/4 the cost:
Medium Ship, Good fire-power, good Armour, very good service ceiling (to my eyes at least) and can be downgraded to make it cheaper at the cost of Rear facing guns/Grenades:
Heavy Ship, the medium ship, but with heavy cannons, not much more to say:
Captain, Engineering Corps
One, I'm Back! I have experienced bugs of all sorts, so now I finally am on.
Also your ships aren't that big, do you have lots of them?
Well, I only play SP and I normally can do everything with my Medium class ships.
Larger ships are a liability, spend $2-3k on a large ship and all you get is a limited service ceiling and something that can be disabled if not designed perfectly...
Normally, when 2-4 of my medium vessels start to run low on munitions, the battles almost over. One gets set a-flame, no problem as I still have more.
Well, at least thats the way I see it! ^^
My "large" ships usually cost 5k, and are when you are impatient and want to finish the campaign. I also use spy tactics...
guess i can probably call this my flag ship, built one of them in a medium sized game, detroyed everything with it. the name is just the one the game gave me, will probably change it later or something.
This is my flagship. The name comes from the term "GG" because you aren't supposed to survive. (At least thats my hope)
This is my carrier, and I call it that because it is centered around the air marines and their barracks. If it cant destroy you it will capture you.
And finally this is called the tin can because it is meant to be cheap, weak, but mass produced.
And this is what my Battleship looked like before I lost the file, I am in the process of remaking it.