ptk said:LOL. I'd actually love to do that. Damn shame there is no way to do so.
overmortal said:Dumbfires in WC1 & 2 would have been much more fun if they'd have been the power monsters that they were in wc3 on up.
Sabre said:I use IFFs. Why did they make the missiles pointed? There's no reason for aerodynamics in space!
Col.Dom said:Yeah but those battles were written with an anti-Hellcat bias.
The Hellcat may have a vanilla gun compliment and so-so, well, everything, it was the most well-balanced, inbetween fighter and made for some fun dog fighting!
LeHah said:Yeah, the gun payload was my least favorite part of the Arrow.
LeHah said:I'm sure a light point defense fighter could hold a gun made for a bomber or an ATF.
Haesslich said:The Bearcat (14 tons) isn't much heavier than the Arrow (13 tons), though the extra 7 meters don't seem to affect the wings where the light tachyons were stored. It's still an example of a substitution which could've proven effective. Ideally, they could've stuck shorter-ranged guns into that frame and make it work, given its speed.
LeHah said:If you ignore the fact that the Bearcat has a larger and radically different frame, an extra ton of weight and a different power application system. Not to mention the fact that the Arrows were made for Recon and not Attack In Force. They don't need a heavier weapon.