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The Dominix is one of the old warhorses dating back to the Gallente-Caldari War. While no longer regarded as the king of the hill, it is by no means obsolete. Its formidable hulk and powerful drone arsenal means that anyone not in the largest and latest battleships will regret ever locking horns with it.
Gallente Battleship bonuses (per skill level):
The Dominix (aka Domi) is the one of two T1 battleship drone carriers, with a bonus to drone damage and hit points. It has the 125mb bandwidth required to field a full flight of heavy or sentry drones (which is not unique among t1 battleships) and a 375m3 drone bay large enough to carry several flights of heavies, sentries, mediums and/or lights. The Dominix's ability to choose damage types by switching drones makes it an attractive level 4 mission runner. With its 5 mid slots and 7 low slots, the Dominix is normally armor tanked. Compared to the Amarrian Armageddon, the Dominix has bonuses towards drone tracking and optimal - this helps a little with normal drones, but is most useful when using sentry drones.
Since Dominixes get a lot of their damage from drones, some high slots are often used for utility modules instead of weapons. One or two drone link augmentors will be required to make the most of the Dominix's maximum range with sentries. Remote repair Dominixes are also common. The Dominix lacks a bonus towards any particular type of weapon, so which guns (if any) are fitted are up to the pilot's taste. This flexibility, along with the ability to carry utility drones such as EWAR or repair, and the low price, also make the Dominix a popular pick for PvP. For capacitor warfare, however, the Armageddon has better bonuses towards it.
The Dominix is sometimes humorously called the "Space Potato" because of its squat and round appearance.
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Don't forget when using Sentry Drones that without enough drone control range it is not possible to order the Sentry Drones to fire, even if the enemy ship can be locked. Example: locking range:130km; Sentry Drone optimal range:100km; drone control range: 50km. Result: Sentry Drones cannot be ordered to fire on enemy ships that are farther than 50km away from your ship.