That's my experience as well, 19 klingon kvort's and a fleet of 50 scoutII is just superior. evading with scouts in first turn and then trying to circle with kvort's to escape the ram is just either dumb or a real big faultruthlessferengi wrote:18 kvort's II is capable of destorying twice the size of cardassian HCII and 30 odd spy ships... take out spy ships first on cloaked run (ram death otherwise) and then evade. klingon victory is almost guaranteed... similar battle happened between my brother and Chris in ?second tourney?
kvort's are most powerful in close combat, evading first turn may be a great tactic to keep them safe from ramming.
The scouts should be killed first turn and one scout each tt should be enough to blow them as well. It wouldn't even have been necessary to assign all kvort's on the scouts first turn with having 50 klingon bird of preyII.
A battle like 19 k'vorts II and 51 scouts II against 24 hcII and 27 scoutsII is almost a sure victory for the klingon.
Try it out a few times and you'll see that the battle gets decided by the moves of the klingon in cloaked turn.
And using intel as a cardassian is predictable.
Anyway, thunder is right, and I'm sure you both played well, although it's funny you've been in turn 152 and dx_chaos and me ended in turn 52
In BotF you always win by the faults of the others, right?
It's your strength not making faults on your own, and there are just too many ways of making faults in BotF.
In my opinion, the hardest thing is accepting the own faults after such a big loss, so keep patient with our still in practice drone, JBL.