Capital Ships

Some articles on capital ships, ships, ship, capital ship:

Kaiserliche Marine - 1912 To 1914, Third Novelle
... naval expansion and the continuation of the four capital ships per year building rate into 1912 ... Tirpitz argued for six new capital ships, and got three, together with 15,000 additional sailors in a new combined military budget passed in April 1912 ... The new ships, together with the existing reserve flagship and four reserve battleships were to become one new squadron for the High Seas Fleet ...
Sins Of A Solar Empire - Gameplay - Units
... There are five main categories of ships in the game strike craft, frigates, cruisers, capital ships and non-combat ships ... The strike craft is the smallest ship in the game, similar in behaviour and appearance to the stereotypical "starfighter" ... They can only be controlled in squadrons and are built in hangars, carriers and capital ships for no fee, with the casualties automatically replaced ...
Starshatter: The Gathering Storm - Gameplay
... begins with each side having a set number of ships and fighters, which are the deployed to perform missions ... As the game goes on with the player gaining ranks, the ability to control capital ships becomes available ... Ships range from small anti-fighter frigates to large carriers ...
Sins Of A Solar Empire - Gameplay - Resources and Structures
... in the game, and is gathered by building extractors on asteroids it is used to construct basic ships and structures ... Metal it is used for advanced technology and building certain advanced ships ... Certain more intangible resources include Supply Points and Capital Ship Crews ...

Famous quotes containing the words ships and/or capital:

    I saw three ships come sailing by,
    Come sailing by, come sailing by,
    I saw three ships come sailing by,
    On Christmas Day in the morning.
    —Unknown. As I Sat on a Sunny Bank. . .

    Oxford Book of Light Verse, The. W. H. Auden, ed. (1938)

    Industry has operated against the artisan in favor of the idler, and also in favor of capital and against labor. Any mechanical invention whatsoever has been more harmful to humanity than a century of war.
    Rémy De Gourmont (1858–1915)