sorrow [TCN] vs. CorZor [AlcoMis] (A: 0, D: 15.520.000) [TOT: 15.520.000]

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    • sorrow [TCN] vs. CorZor [AlcoMis] (A: 0, D: 15.520.000) [TOT: 15.520.000]

      Once again, fs is mandatory & nice avatar defender :beer:


      On 12-10-2017 --:--:--, the following fleets met in battle:


      Attacker sorrow [TCN]
      ________________________________________________

      Cruiser 1.000
      _________________________________________

      Defender CorZor [AlcoMis]
      ________________________________________________

      Large Cargo 90
      Colony Ship 1
      Recycler 800

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      After the battle ...



      Attacker sorrow [TCN]
      ________________________________________________

      Cruiser 1.000 ( -0 )
      _________________________________________

      Defender CorZor [AlcoMis]
      ________________________________________________

      Destroyed!
      _________________________________________


      The attacker has won the battle!
      The attacker captured:
      0 Metal, 0 Crystal and 800.000 Deuterium

      The attacker lost a total of 0 units.
      The defender lost a total of 15.520.000 units.
      At these space coordinates now float 4.275.000 metal and 2.680.000 crystal.
      The attacker captured a total of 800.000 units.

      The chance for a moon to be created from the debris was 20%.
      The defender(s) captured the debris.



      Summary of profit/losses:



      Summary attackers(s)

      Metal: 0
      Crystal: 0
      Deuterium: 800.000
      The attacker(s) made a profit of 800.000 units.


      Summary defender(s)

      Metal: -4.275.000
      Crystal: -2.680.000
      Deuterium: -2.410.000
      The defender(s) lost a total of 9.365.000 units.



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