The Navy uses this quick and manoeuvrable attack vessel primarily as a scout, messenger, and customs ship. With its limited firepower and fragile structure, the sloop must depend on it's speed and work closely with other ships in combat. The Warsloop is well suited for rescue operations.

Battle at Procyon StatisticsEdit

Point Cost: 40 VP

  • Minimum Cost: 16 VP

Mass: 3,000

Max Thrust: 18,000

Max Speed: 32 km/h

  • True Speed Value: 8.888889

Manoeuvrability: Very Good

  • Max Angular Acceleration: 4.441322

Crew Size: 6

  • 1 Captain
  • 1 First Mate
  • 1 Rigger
  • 3 Gunners

Hull Strength: 550 HP

  • Core Strength: 80 HP

Firepower: Poor (3 Banks)

Warsloop Layout

Harpoon Gun Icon 1 Harpoon Gun
Medium Laser Cannon Icon 4 Medium LaserBall Cannons

Battle StrategyEdit

When utilising the Navy Warsloop, one of the most effective combat strategies available works only on specific maps, such as The Zemyatin Anomaly. The strategy consists of of plotting a course into the nearest black hole at Emergency speed. When you lose the game, you will then consider what life choices you made that caused you to even consider investing 40 of your precious victory points into a ship with only 550 HP and a broadside that consists of only 2 medium guns when you could have gotten a Torpedo Boat for 15 VP. Once you have thought about your poor decision making skills sufficiently, you may retry the level with 2 Torpedo Boats instead.

Open Skirmish NamesEdit

  • RLS Burke
  • RLS Hope
  • RLS Valliant
  • RLS Attentive
  • RLS Drake
  • RLS Emerald
  • RLS Exeter
  • RLS Fervent
  • RLS Success
  • RLS Union
  • RLS Adamant
  • RLS Loyalty

Known ShipsEdit