applaud for the balance changes

    • applaud for the balance changes

      8o 8o

      One question for Atomic bomber. When attack targets, it gets destroyed easily by a few anti-air ground units or a few destroyers. So nothing happened on targets. I would say 1 out of 10 times, my atomic bomber may damage the targets. What would decide the bomber gets shot down or the target gets damage?
    • wayaya wrote:

      8o 8o

      One question for Atomic bomber. When attack targets, it gets destroyed easily by a few anti-air ground units or a few destroyers. So nothing happened on targets. I would say 1 out of 10 times, my atomic bomber may damage the targets. What would decide the bomber gets shot down or the target gets damage?
      Nuclear bombers, like other planes, are already receiving defensive fire at the moment of their attack.
      If there is too much overall air defense value in the target, the bomber is shot down before is able to activate and drop the bomb.
      Of course, not only the value of AA units counts, but also the air defense value of the other ground units present; so if the total value is higher than about 28-30 (variable due to x-factor), an attack with an A-bomber is a waste of resources.

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    • Restrisiko wrote:

      wayaya wrote:

      8o 8o

      One question for Atomic bomber. When attack targets, it gets destroyed easily by a few anti-air ground units or a few destroyers. So nothing happened on targets. I would say 1 out of 10 times, my atomic bomber may damage the targets. What would decide the bomber gets shot down or the target gets damage?
      Nuclear bombers, like other planes, are already receiving defensive fire at the moment of their attack.If there is too much overall air defense value in the target, the bomber is shot down before is able to activate and drop the bomb.
      Of course, not only the value of AA units counts, but also the air defense value of the other ground units present; so if the total value is higher than about 28-30 (variable due to x-factor), an attack with an A-bomber is a waste of resources.
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