LOW Priority Target
Refer to your best judgement or the FC instructions on jamming targets. The priority displayed here is meant only as a basic guideline for prioritizing targets on a theoretical level, actual field priority may differ depending on the circumstances.
High Amount of Low Slots
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Of all the dreadnoughts currently in existence, the imposing Moros possesses a tremendous capacity to fend off garguantuan hostiles while still posing a valid threat to any and all larger-scale threats on the battlefield. By virtue of its protean array of point defense capabilities, and its terrifying ability to unleash rapid and thoroughly devastating amounts of destruction on the battlefield, the Moros is single-handedly capable of turning the tide in a fleet battle.
Gallente Dreadnought bonuses (per skill level):
5% bonus to Capital Hybrid Turret damage
5% bonus to Capital Hybrid Turret rate of fire
5% bonus to Armor Repairer cycle time
• Can fit Siege modules
• 5x penalty to Entosis Link duration
Base Time to Warp
Base Time to Warp is essentially the time needed for this ship to align and accelerate until it reaches 75% of its top speed and goes to warp. The time displayed here is the base calculated time with no account for any warp related skills, modules or any other effects.
Light Fighter Squad Limit
Heavy Fighter Squad Limit
Support Fighter Squad Limit
Ship Maintenance Bay Capacity
Fleet Hangar Capacity
The Moros is the Gallente Dreadnought. It used to be referred to as the most versatile dreadnought until it had its drone bay stripped, leaving it run-of-the-mill. As with the other dreadnoughts, the Moros is best suited for combat with other capitals and large, stationary targets (i.e. PoS's).
While the Moros is not as versatile as it once was, it is still a popular dreadnought because of its high damage output with capital blasters.
Further information about additional or recommended skills to pilot Moros for a specific or it's common role(s) can be written here.
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No sub-article about Moros roles or piloting tactics. You can write them here.
In Greek mythology, Moros was the personification of impending doom and son of the primordial deities Nyx and Erebus.
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