Voth Citadel Dreadnought
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The Citadel-class dreadnought is a massive Voth dreadnought used as both a city ship and a combat vessel. A number of them participate in the Voth encroachment of the Solanae Dyson Sphere in 2409. It typically requires multiple ships working together to defeat such a vessel.
Armament[edit | edit source]
Abilities[edit | edit source]
- Reflective Immunity Matrix
- Aceton Assimilator
- Beam Array: Overload
- Beam Array: Fire at Will
- Torpedo: Spread
- Attack Pattern Delta
- Gravity Well
- Tractor Beam
Hull strength[edit | edit source]
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Missions Encountered[edit | edit source]
- “Unsafe Practices”: A Citadel Dreadnought is shown fighting an unknown enemy.
- “Unsavory Actions”: Nelen Exil tells the player that the Voth are engaged in a fierce war with an enemy threatening their home territory, a cutscene showing a Citadel Dreadnought engaging the unseen aggressor.
- “A Step Between Stars”: A Citadel Dreadnought enters the Jenolan Dyson Sphere via an Iconian Gateway, but is destroyed soon after by the Undine.
- “Revelations”: Two ships of the class assist in the defense of the Turei homeworld but are destroyed by the Vaadwaur.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Like Borg Cubes, Citadel Dreadnoughts explode with a blinding flash and fragment into large "chunks" of wreckage upon destruction.
- Including the Immunity Matrix and their resistance to shield-disablement and drain it is almost impossible to break their shields and should thus not be attempted in most cases. All hull damage is going to come from bleedthrough, so focus on Shield Penetration/skipping is the easiest choice.
- Only coordinated use of science ability like subnucleonic beam (to counter tactical team and shield buffs) has any chance of breaking the shield, at which point the hull is very weak.