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Interceptors utilize a combination of advanced alloys and electronics to reduce their effective signature radius. This, along with superior maneuverability and speed, makes them very hard to target and track, particularly for high caliber turrets.
Amarr Frigate bonuses (per skill level):
The Amarr fleet interceptor has an interesting set of bonuses being the only fleet interceptor with a bonus to tank. Though the Malediction's 4 low slots and resist bonus might suggest an armor plated fit, this is usually a bad idea since an interceptor's main strength is its speed. The resist bonus does however work well with an armor repairer in some circumstances.
The Malediction has 4 low slots and 3 mid slots, allowing it to fit the standard fleet tackler complement of either two tackle modules or a warp disruptor and a medium shield extender in its mids. The Malediction has a slightly above-average powergrid, making fitting a MSE slightly easier. The Malediction's 4 low slots and slightly higher base speed than the Ares means the Malediction can support the best speed fit among the fleet interceptors.
The Malediction's armor resist bonus means a small armor rep can give it a decent active armor tank and opens up options to use it as a brawling inty. The Malediction's four lows allow it to be speed and agility fit.
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