Fleet Daeinos Warbird Destroyer
Variants[edit | edit source]
Daeinos class[edit | edit source]Dynamic Tactical System. The console effectively turns the Daeinos into a "transformer", with three different appearances based on its mode.
In its default Regenerative Mode, the Daeinos resembles the T'varo Light Warbird with a tapering aft, nacelles on the wingtips, and wings swept forward and up. The Daeinos differs in that it has a protruding forward "neck" and "head" section, not unlike that seen on the Mogai Heavy Warbird.
When engaging Tactical Mode, hidden panels in the Daeinos' head, neck, and center hull split and protrude, revealing the glowing green Plasma Lotus Array. The nacelles articulate downwards, locking to the underside of the wings instead of on the wingtips.
When preparing for warp or traveling in Sector Space, the Daeinos extends a small "tail" from the aft, and the rear ventral impulse engines flip outward to enhance warp travel.
Performance[edit | edit source]
The Fleet Daeinos improves upon the already impressive setup of the Daeinos Heavy Destroyer. An extra Engineering console, higher hull and shield strength and a higher shield modifier give it the ability to take more punishment than the original. The ship's superb Boff setup gives it great flexibility - with Ensign and Lt.Commander Universal slots, the ship is well suited to focusing on Tactical, Engineering or Science with the correct allocation of the two.
Being a Warbird, with a Commander Tactical the ship is obviously well-suited to damage dealing. However, the Universal Lt. Commander can be used in other ways - Engineering will grant the ship greater durability and options, allowing Auxiliary power to whatever subsystem is required (reminiscent of the Fleet Mogai Heavy Warbird Retrofit), while Science grants the ship greater flexibility in support and exotic damage abilities.
As with the original, the ship comes with the Console - Universal - Dynamic Tactical System. While in its innate Regenerative Mode, excess power is transferred to the Auxiliary System and you gain a bonus to Starship Shield Systems and your Tachyon Inversion Beam is enabled, which can siphon shields from multiple targets. Activating Tactical Mode transfers power to your Weapon Systems, and increases your ships Starship Targeting Systems skill, granting an Accuracy bonus. In Tactical Mode, the DTS console enables a powerful multi-targeting Lotus, which is capable of piercing multiple targets. However, while in Tactical Mode, your Starship Shield Systems bonus, Auxiliary Power bonus and Tachyon Inversion Beam are disabled.
Admiralty Ship[edit | edit source]
|+20 SCI and TAC when Alone|
Starship Mastery[edit | edit source]
|I||Precise Weapon Systems||+5 Accuracy Rating.|
|II||Enhanced Weapon Banks||+15% Critical Severity.|
|III||Devastating Weaponry||+2.5% Critical Chance.|
|IV||Enhanced Weapon Systems|| +10% Kinetic Damage.|
+10% All Energy Damage.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
The Fleet Daeinos Warbird Destroyer has a battle cloak that allows the ship to cloak during combat, granting stealth and a damage bonus upon decloaking.
Romulan Warbird vessels come with built-in Singularity abilities. These abilities do not automatically rank up when acquiring higher tier Warbirds. These powers build in severity based on the charge built up by the ship's Singularity Core.
Standard Configuration[edit | edit source]
Romulan starships come with standard equipment and weapons of the lowest mark available at the ship's minimum rank. The items provided are appropriate to the type of vessel and its related playing style.