Of all the dreadnoughts currently in existence, the versatile Moros possesses perhaps the greatest capacity to fend off smaller hostiles by itself while concentrating on its primary capital target. By virtue of its protean array of point defense capabilities - including a drone bay capable of fielding vast amounts of drones to safeguard the behemoth - the Moros is single-handedly capable of turning the tide in a fleet battle.
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|CPU output||750 tf|
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The Dominion patch may bring a significant nerf to the Moros. It's probably wise to hold off on training until details are finalized.
The Gallente Dreadnought.
The Moros is very similar to the Revelation, except it uses railguns instead of lasers. The one major difference that sets it apart from the other dreadnoughts is the massive bonus to drone damage per level of Gallente Dreadnought. With good drone skills as Dreadnought IV or V, you can do more damage than a carrier against smaller shiptypes. This translates into an amazing fight capability during risky hotdrops, allowing you to solo battleships and cruisers around you while focusing on the main control tower. To truly take advantage of this ability, you have to have a lot of skillpoints in Drones, which comes naturally if you've been flying a Thanatos. It has good capacitor, good range, it is straight forward to fit and the skillpoints are easily transferable to the Megathron for battleship sniping and the Dominix for PvE and ratting.
As a sidenote, the Moros has the theoretically highest potential for dps out of any ship in the game. With 3x XL Blasters, T2 sentry drones and max skills, it can put up to 7000 dps within 8km. Blaster Moroses have been used in the past to take out supercapitals by unleashing a massive amount of DPS. However, this is a very specialized fitting, and almost all people fit XL railguns instead, which bring its total DPS to back inline with other dreadnoughts.
There are a couple of minor problems, however. The Moros doesn't tank as well as the Revelation or Phoenix (although if you're taking enough damage to break your tank either one would be fucked regardless). However, with its drone bonus, you can seriously fuck up some subcapitals during risky POS shots or hotdrops.
The Moros is an excellent dreadnought with a lot of versatility.
- 5% bonus to Capital Hybrid Turret damage per level
- 20% bonus to drone damage and hitpoints per skill level
- 99% reduction in CPU need for Siege Module
In order to get corp-approved fittings, get a capital and join the capital group.