[TOT: 113.799.000] Malekith [A-Team] vs. KING DEADPOOL [NavY] (A: 11.501.000, D: 102.298.000)

  • No cargos for Navy


    Bam,bam,bam :fatgreengrin:


    On 04-09-2019 --:--:--, the following fleets met in battle:



    Attacker Malekith [A-Team]

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    Battlecruiser 1.298

    Battleship 2.221

    Cruiser 1.000

    Espionage Probe 3

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    Defender KING DEADPOOL [NavY]

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    Small Cargo 20.000

    Large Cargo 1.000

    Espionage Probe 298

    Deathstar 1

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    After the battle ...


    Attacker Malekith [A-Team]

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    Battlecruiser 1.243 ( -55 )

    Battleship 2.130 ( -91 )

    Cruiser 953 ( -47 )

    Espionage Probe 0 ( -3 )

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    Defender KING DEADPOOL [NavY]

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    Destroyed!

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    The attacker has won the battle!


    The attacker captured:

    2.607.813 Metal, 2.607.813 Crystal and 2.607.814 Deuterium

    26.200.963 Metal, 71.301.839 Crystal and 26.288.158 Deuterium


    The attacker lost a total of 11.501.000 units.

    The defender lost a total of 102.298.000 units.

    At these space coordinates now float 46.148.000 metal and 43.356.000 crystal.

    The attacker captured a total of 131.614.400 units.


    The chance for a moon to be created from the debris was 20%.

    The attacker(s) captured the debris.



    Summary of profit/losses:


    Summary attackers(s)

    Metal: 68.271.776

    Crystal: 113.368.652

    Deuterium: 27.976.972

    The attacker(s) made a profit of 209.617.400 units.


    Summary defender(s)

    Metal: -79.808.776

    Crystal: -124.207.652

    Deuterium: -29.895.972

    The defender(s) lost a total of 233.912.400 units.



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