This week in Canon Fodder, we muse about Meridian tech, chat ship shop and more.
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To a certain level, I do actually often try and take community discussion here (and other places) and incorporate it into content plans. To varying degrees of course. I enjoy making you all feel as much a part of the process as we can, whenever possible at least.Commander Barca wrote:Makes you wonder if he does this based on what we're talking about sometimes
Actually that takes into assumption that the round fired by the Commonwealth was 600 tons that's used by the Charon Class Frigates in 2552 (as per the Halo: Encyclopaedia). However, in Halo: Contact Harvest, it's revealed that Pre-War UNSC vessels fired rounds that weigh 160 tons, giving a yield of about 17 kilotons.erickyboo wrote:Sorry grim! I've been building a covenant forge map.
Ooo! I've actually wondered about those meridian vehicles! Isn't nightfall one also made by the Oros? And yay more info on the stridents. With the new improvements, these things are probably very great. And heavy coil Mac guns too. I wonder what their speed and mass of the shots are. The old UNSC commonwealth fired its projectile at 64 kilotons I think. With a heavy cool I guess it would go much faster and be much better at range.
Not that you have to answer but I wonder if you think if one or two stridents could handle a standard star destroyer.
I have a question about this skin too: its called the command-rank Storm, but the gold is referred to as being "of the former Covenant empire". Seeing as how the Covenant was mostly purple, is it safe to assume that the Storm rank that existed in the Covenant wore gold Storm armor?CIA391 wrote:For example if the P2 Storm harness in KI is a command rank one.