Difference between revisions of "GTDr Amazon"
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Actually it is fairly capable. If you pilot one a skilled pilot can down about 2 or 3 fighters before going down. Which it will do quickly because of a lack of afterburners and countermeasures. However, that's provided you're at least using Subachs. If not then
Actually it is fairly capable. If you pilot one a skilled pilot can down about 2 or 3 fighters before going down. Which it will do quickly because of a lack of afterburners and countermeasures. However, that's provided you're at least using Subachs. If not then '. Training Lasers are useless, period.
Revision as of 19:21, 5 November 2007
|The GTDr Amazon|
FS1 Tech Room Description
The Amazon is a simple drone, used for basic combat training. They are unmanned, and carry only the weakest of weaponry.
FS2 Tech Room Description
The GTDr Amazon Model IV unmanned combat drone was once used for live basic combat training. They weren't tough, they weren't smart, and they weren't well armored. But they blew up very nicely. These drones are no longer manufactured, but their virtual counterparts are used in the Training Simulator Module (TSM) series. The Model IV is every fighter pilot's first TSM opponent, the first mobile foe he faces during simulator courses. If you can't handle an Amazon during training, it's time to reconsider your choice of careers.
In Greek mythology, Amazons were legendary female warriors. According to myth, the Amazons formed an independent kingdom near the Black Sea, headed by a queen named Hippolyta. Archeological findings suggest that an all-female warrior clan may have existed.
|Yaw, Pitch, Roll||70.0 s|
|Max Velocity||N/A ms-1|
|Max Afterburner Velocity||N/A ms-1|
|Freespace 1||Freespace 2|
|Bank||Guns||Standard Loadout||Standard Loadout|
|Compatible Primaries||Compatible Primaries|