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Old 12-20-2018, 05:21 AM   #1
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Default Advanced Rocket Construction Rules

The Advanced Rocket Construction Rules were printed in ADQ 7/3 as part of the article "Strafing and Rockets in Aeroduel."

One of the warhead types in those rules was termed "Artillery" and its effect was given the description "Ballistic."

How were Ballistic Advanced Rockets supposed to work? Was a player supposed to refer to the artillery rules in Car Wars Tanks or the mortar variant rules in ADQ 5/1, or was Aeroduel originally going to have Ballistic Warhead rules?
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Old 12-20-2018, 03:00 PM   #2
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Default Re: Advanced Rocket Construction Rules

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How were Ballistic Advanced Rockets supposed to work? Was a player supposed to refer to the artillery rules in Car Wars Tanks or the mortar variant rules in ADQ 5/1, or was Aeroduel originally going to have Ballistic Warhead rules?
Wouldn't "ballistic" essentially be the "bomb drop" rules, once the rocket had reached its maximum altitude (rocket motor cuts out; warhead now falling)?
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