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Rogue15 09-06-2001 07:48 PM

Which missiles do you prefer for ground targets?
 
If i already have seeker missiles, i go to rogue edit and change the missile technology to advanced missiles/torpedoes. best place to do this is in chandrila (unless you suck at blasting tie bombers and interceptors with lasers), that way i can quickly finish off the at-sts with rapid fire proton torpedoes!!!! OH, YA!!!!

Lynk Former 09-07-2001 01:14 PM

I prefer to use lasers only... http://www.roguesquadron.net/forums/biggrin.gif

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A_Winger 09-07-2001 07:12 PM

I agree, advanced missiles/torpedoes are good for ground targets, and maybe even cluster/seeker cluster missiles if there's a lot of them in one area. Also, the V-wing's rapid fire is useful against ground targets, if you're low on missiles, I sometimes use that instead of the clusters and save them for the fighters...

Mega Morta 09-09-2001 12:03 AM

If anyone thinks that ANYTHING is better than advaced seeker missiles,I'll eat my house!Whole!

Mega Morta 09-09-2001 12:04 AM

O.K.,maybe just my couch.... http://www.roguesquadron.net/forums/biggrin.gif

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Lynk Former 09-09-2001 03:24 AM

cluster seeker missiles are better.... so you better start eating http://www.roguesquadron.net/forums/biggrin.gif

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A_Winger 09-09-2001 09:39 AM

Yep, I'd have to agree with Lynk Former, advanced seekers are great, but seeker cluster missiles are even better. Why have one, when you can have lots? Although, ordinary seekers are really good for larger targets, clusters are for smaller ground/air targets...

Jared 10-11-2001 08:41 PM

proton torpendos.

Rogue15 10-11-2001 08:44 PM

actually ion bolts work quite well. http://www.roguesquadron.net/forums/biggrin.gif overload a stormie's body and watch it explode. gross!

Helix 10-18-2001 02:59 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Mega Morta:
If anyone thinks that ANYTHING is better than advaced seeker missiles,I'll eat my house!Whole!
I like advanced bombs.


Helix 10-18-2001 03:01 AM

You better start eating, MM. Seeker missiles can't even destroy a Droid Tank or bunker in one shot.

Redwing 10-21-2001 10:51 PM

Umm, seeker clusters are far superior. http://www.roguesquadron.net/forums/tongue.gif

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Wraith 5 10-22-2001 12:25 PM

I think Proton Torpedo's are the masters.
They destroy it competely and damage the surrounding enemies

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Kyle d'Tana 10-26-2001 01:33 PM

Advanced missiles/proton torpedos!!!!

only that!!!


cheers


Back In Black 04-07-2002 11:25 PM

I can only seem to get the seeker clusters to work w/ V-wing I'm afraid
 
I'll have to illegaly download Rogue Squadron for PC in my computer class tomorrow morning (there's cable super-modems in there; I downloaded a full version of Madden '02 in six minutes).

Then I'll have some fun. Heck, I guess as a lucky high school student who can't get charges because I'm a minor, I can download every new LucasArts game out there (JKII/Outcast, Starfighter, RS2, etc.) for free in about a half-hour's time.

Don't the rest of you wish you were still in high school...

Rogue15 04-08-2002 12:06 AM

sorry to burst your bacta tank, but the V-Wing is the only craft with Seeker Cluster Missiles in Rogue Squadron.

cheedar 12-30-2008 10:36 AM

a little corny though, but TOW CABLES are the best! They're the only ones that can down AT-ATs!

Jokes aside, i still prefer cluster missiles and I'm a fan of V-wings.


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