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Amar Azaph
Posted - 2011.09.06 14:34:00 - [1]

Hi guys,
How do you know when the neuts are working? In other words, how can you tell if the ship you have targeted is capped out? And do you keep the all the neuts turned on? or can you switch one off once you have capped them out? I was messing around with some nuets attached to a punisher and I was unsure when to turn them off and if they were working :)
Thanks guys.

Camden Sine
Posted - 2011.09.06 15:15:00 - [2]

Neuts will keep going forever. When the enemy ship is out of cap, they'll still keep running, ensuring he remains out of cap. You're thinking of Nosferatus which will turn themselves off after the target ship's capacitor has dropped beneath a certain level, (that I don't know).

Uriel Winston
Posted - 2011.09.06 15:24:00 - [3]

There is a way to know when your target has no capacitor left but it requires to sacrifice 1 midslot (which not many ships can do)

the answer is: Ship scanner. not cargo, but ship scanner: it tells you the enemies fit and capacitor level

other than that i can think of no other way.

Posted - 2011.09.06 15:31:00 - [4]

poor troll is poor but... and here i may be fallin for the troll more and by saying i know i may be falling for the troll makes the troll more troll... if you really dont know, its quite easy really.

Stuff stops working! lazers stop firing at you, he slows down, he stops webbing, his hull stops going all wooo wosh shiney as his hardeners ect turn off.

as for turning them on/off it depends on ship type, number of neuts, size of neuts ect.

on a punisher it depends on your fit but as long as you can is a good start

Amar Azaph
Posted - 2011.09.07 20:26:00 - [5]

Thanks for the replies guys, I know the obvious stuff like guns will be turned off, I was more concerned with knowing if the guy would be bluffing to fool me into thinking he was all capped out. Never thought about looking for hardeners etc, next time I will click on the "look at" and get a close up of the ship.
Thanks again.


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