Is the Dominix good in PvP?
The Dominix’s ability to choose damage types by switching drones makes it an attractive Level 4 mission runner. It also sees use in PvP, where it has a great deal of fitting and tactical flexibility. The Dominix is sometimes humorously called the “Space Potato” because of its squat and round appearance.
Is the Navy Dominix better than the Navy Domi?
While the Navy Domi has much improved survivability and the extra mid gives more flexibility, the Navy Dominix is more of a sidegrade than an upgrade in terms of damage – while it gains a bonus to gun damage, it loses the drone bonuses of the Dominix, which are very powerful when used with sentry drones.
What is the history of the Dominix Navy issue?
The Dominix Navy Issue’s past is prominently interwoven with history, as it is known to have directly participated in the blockade and bombardment of Caldari Prime along with the Dracofeu orbital-class bomber two centuries ago.
Does the Dominix Navy issue have a drone Bay?
No drone bay. The Dominix Navy Issue ( Navy Domi, or DNI) is an upgrade on the regular Dominix. It has an extra mid slot, a slightly bigger drone bay, slightly more CPU, powergrid and a significantly better base tank. It trades the Dominix’s drone optimal and tracking bonuses for a bonus to large hybrid damage.
Is the Dominix obsolete?
The Dominix is one of the old warhorses dating back to the Gallente-Caldari War. While no longer regarded as the king of the hill, it is by no means obsolete. Its formidable hulk and powerful drone arsenal means that anyone not in the largest and latest battleships will regret ever locking horns with it. Training Time what’s this?
Is the Dominix a good drone?
With its 5 mid slots and 7 low slots, the Dominix is normally armor tanked. Compared to the Amarrian Armageddon, the Dominix has bonuses towards drone tracking and optimal – this helps a little with normal drones, but is most useful when using sentry drones.
Is the Dominix still the king of the hill?
The Dominix is one of the old warhorses dating back to the Gallente-Caldari War. While no longer regarded as the king of the hill, it is by no means obsolete.