Varsaavius wrote:As the size of the explosion increases, the amount of social situations it can't resolve approaches zero.
It is modified to mount a battleship killer cannon, able to slice through the toughest armor without a hitch.
Chimera-class destroyer has much, much thicker armor than other capital ships of its size
Elmagnifico wrote:Why is it that I'm seeing so many people classify a destroyer as being bigger than a cruiser? A destroyer is a smallish warship, a fast and light craft for raiding, intruding, intercepting, and generally being a nuisance. A cruiser is a full-strength, powerful, mid-range craft designed specifically to destroy other warships. NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
ikensall wrote:For more info on the destroyer/cruiser classification look up the warships on wikipedia, destroyers have around three turrets with single guns, normally around 4-6 inch or less.
Cruisers are normally given 3 (sometimes 4) turrets with 6inch or bigger guns they are also a lot bigger than destroyers.
PS: before somebody makes this mistake, the calibre on a big gun (like a warship's) is how long it is, not how big the projectile/barrel are.
Natalya wrote:I'm going to have to agree with Elmagnifico on this...
The ship in the middle of your fleet is the same as the minifig-scale one you already built. Well, I hate to inform you of this but that one is too small to be a battleship -- even my massive 140+ studs Venus SHIP is much too small for that category. So what I'm saying is you probably want to build micro ships bigger than that one if you want to call them battleships or whatever.
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