|Havoc Cannon||Blight Havoc Cannon||Void Havoc Cannon|
|“||The Havoc Cannon launches a rapid barrage of high velocity Piercing rounds in order to focus down and obliterate enemies.||”|
|— In-Game Description|
Stats[edit | edit source]
|Mass||1,885 t||2,356 t||2,828 t||4,712 t|
|Firing Cycle||C: 0.0 / F: 4.0 / R: 1.0 / N: 20|
|Restricted to||Altairians, Umbra, Pharmakon|
|Hull XP||17,600 XP||20,217 XP||24,890 XP||28,591 XP|
|Arms Lab Required||XI||XII||XII||N/A|
|Arms Lab Required||N/A||N/A||N/A||XII|
|Time||6h 15m||9h 15m||13h 30m||1d 0h|
General[edit | edit source]
The Havoc Cannon is an advanced version of the Gatling Ray, utilized by the Umbra. Like its predecessor, it fires a rapid amount of energy projectiles at its target, and is capable of piercing multiple ships if the opponent has no counter-pierce.
Strategy and Setup[edit | edit source]
Advantages[edit | edit source]
The Havoc Cannon is designed for close to mid range combat, and with its ability to pierce, can deal heavy damage to enemy ships in a line or grouped close together.
Unlike the other Energy weapons for its class, which tend to be overspecialised or restricted to cruisers, the Havoc does not have any class restriction, and can be equipped on any Umbra ship.
Disadvantages[edit | edit source]
The Havoc Cannon still loses out in terms of range, and can be easily kited by ships that have longer range weapons like the Nova Missile.
Ships that have counter pierce tech, such as the Paragon Battleship, or Ogre Battleship, or have counter-pierce tech equipped like the Shockwave Shell or Ship Pierce Resistors, can reduce the piercing of this weapon, reducing its DPS by a significant amount.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- One would think that the Havoc Cannon's stats would make it seem like it would be restricted to cruisers. Surprisingly enough, it is not.
- This weapon was retroactively unlocked to the Altairians in the first January 2019 update.
Gallery[edit | edit source]