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==Description==
 
==Description==
The "Apollo" Fire Control System was created by the [[Draconis Combine]] in 3071, in order to overcome the inaccuracies of [[MRM]] launchers without requiring an upgraded (and more expensive) ammunition.  Apollo is an unofficial nickname for the system.  Functioning much like a [[Targeting Computer]], the FCS makes it more likely that the launcher will achieve a missile lock, though the dumb-fire MRMs are still more prone to miss the target than other missiles.   
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The '''"Apollo" Fire Control System''' was created by the [[Draconis Combine]] in 3071, in order to overcome the inaccuracies of [[MRM]] launchers without requiring an upgraded (and more expensive) ammunition.  Apollo is an unofficial nickname for the system.  Functioning much like a [[Targeting Computer]], the FCS makes it more likely that the launcher will achieve a missile lock, though the dumb-fire MRMs are still more prone to miss the target than other missiles.   
  
 
== Models ==
 
== Models ==
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==Game Notes==
 
==Game Notes==
The "Apollo" System negates the +1 modifier applied to attacks with an MRM.  The fiing unit takes a -1 modifier on the cluster hit table.
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The "Apollo" System negates the +1 modifier applied to attacks with an MRM.  The firing unit takes a -1 modifier on the cluster hit table.

Revision as of 20:11, 26 July 2010

Description

The "Apollo" Fire Control System was created by the Draconis Combine in 3071, in order to overcome the inaccuracies of MRM launchers without requiring an upgraded (and more expensive) ammunition. Apollo is an unofficial nickname for the system. Functioning much like a Targeting Computer, the FCS makes it more likely that the launcher will achieve a missile lock, though the dumb-fire MRMs are still more prone to miss the target than other missiles.

Models

The "Apollo" system is still experimental and has not entered large scale production.

Game Notes

The "Apollo" System negates the +1 modifier applied to attacks with an MRM. The firing unit takes a -1 modifier on the cluster hit table.