I recently read a thread which explained why the damage written on info window is utterly useless. For instance, Baneblade has (seemingly) very low damage yield, yet it lays a path of destruction on the battlefield. Call it curiosity, call it boredom, but I really want to learn the true damage output of various units (including the effects of rate-of-fire, armor piercing, accuracy, etc.). Where can I do this? Is there someplace on the web that explains this more or less correctly? I hate this you know; why do they write that crap as info if it's nothing but bs?
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14th November 2007
well i think the damage on the banblade is the demolisher cannojn setb in the hull really. not the cannon but i dont know about the rest of the units. plus it has more weapons so you cant put all the info into one little box really for every weopen it has.
Uhm I think there was a chart somewhere i'll let you know if I find it again.
http://wiki.reliccommunity.com/Dawn_of_War_Player's_Guide - Tells you all the true damage per second units do to all armour types, just click on the appropriate unit at the bottom, unfortunatly, I don't think they have one massive table of units and their damage outputs, but I could be wrong.
Doesn't actually own a box
26th January 2006
Get a mixer, get extracting .INI files, have a look in there...normally the best way.
Although I suggest you don't edit them, as you won't be able to play your game anymore.
6th May 2007
I think I saw something on relic forums you should look there for that or do your own counting=p.
here she is http://koti.mbnet.fi/juhama84/DCdps.txt
Thnx for all the responses. Wikipedia and Wraithcat's adress especially helped. Now I know, and knowledge is power! (But not according to Administratum. "Ignorence is a virtue" and all that.)
Uhm actually yes :P remember the admistratum has most of the knowledge :D and mars.
No, that info pane damage is definately true. It does say the baneblade does what like 110-130 or something of that sort, but think about how many weapons it has. Take that 110 and multiply it by about 9 or so.