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Unleashing Sajuuk was a mistake... For it released the Great Destroyer.
Alright lets get down to business shall we. The Vaygr have upgraded their crusades, and fleets ever since the end of Homeworld 2 these changes are.
-All plasma based weapons have been replaced with laser based weapons now
-This means ships like the Vaygr Bomber, now known as the Assault Bombers are armed with Laser cannons instead of plasma bomb launchers.
-All Vaygr ships have been given a speed boost
-Some Vaygr Ships like the Carrier have been given a health boost
-There is a second improved manufacturing upgrade after the first
-This allows Vaygr Fleets to be able to build more ships even faster to go with their raiding style gameplay.
-Destroyers Now attack facing their enemy instead of useing a broadside tactic.
-This allows the Destroyers to use their new frontal laser cannon that must be researched.
Long Range Missile Frigate
--Capital Ship Class--
Weapon Research Module
Flagship Engine Booster Module
These are all the changes, and new ships the the Vaygr, I hope you will enjoy these changes.
Now heres a epic screenshot from a epic hard battle I just did against the Hiigarans, and Kardarans.
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