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 |  15  |  Heavy Anti-Capital Ship  | [[stararmy:​starship_classes:​izanagi-class_dreadnought|Izanagi Dreadnought]],​ [[stararmy:​starship_classes:​zodiac-class_star_fortress|Zodiac Star Fortress]] | [[stararmy:​weapons:​ke-b3-w3000_main_weapon_array|Sharie-Type Aether Array]], [[stararmy:​weapons:​ke-b5-w3900_amenonuhoko-class_main_weapon_array|Izanagi-Type Aether Array]] ​ | |  15  |  Heavy Anti-Capital Ship  | [[stararmy:​starship_classes:​izanagi-class_dreadnought|Izanagi Dreadnought]],​ [[stararmy:​starship_classes:​zodiac-class_star_fortress|Zodiac Star Fortress]] | [[stararmy:​weapons:​ke-b3-w3000_main_weapon_array|Sharie-Type Aether Array]], [[stararmy:​weapons:​ke-b5-w3900_amenonuhoko-class_main_weapon_array|Izanagi-Type Aether Array]] ​ |
 ===== Attacks ===== ===== Attacks =====
-//For mroe information,​ see [[guide:​damage_rating_v3#​attacks|Damage Rating (Version 3)#​Attacks]].//​+//For more information,​ see [[guide:​damage_rating_v3#​attacks|Damage Rating (Version 3)#​Attacks]].//​
  
 Using a weapon in the same tier as its target means that the weapon is capable of putting the target out of combat in a single well-placed attack. It is //​potentially lethal//. A weapon can cause damage up to four steps above its tier. Each step above reduces the damage it can cause since the target is bigger, heavier, or better protected. We also rate overkill in four steps. It can be visualized as follows: Using a weapon in the same tier as its target means that the weapon is capable of putting the target out of combat in a single well-placed attack. It is //​potentially lethal//. A weapon can cause damage up to four steps above its tier. Each step above reduces the damage it can cause since the target is bigger, heavier, or better protected. We also rate overkill in four steps. It can be visualized as follows:
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