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Revision as of 17:01, 28 February 2019

Turrets are the exception for the ship module rule; for they aren’t required to be on a piloted ship. There are 3 types of turrets, each doing different things. The turrets are: Regular Turrets, Support Turrets (or sturrets), and AP Turrets, or Anti-Personnel Turrets. Regular turrets fire fireballs, Support Turrets fire splash potions that are put in their dispenser block, and AP Turrets fire arrows that deal damage to players. Turrets require you to be holding a clock in order for you to use them (right click the sign with the clock to man the turret, left click with the clock when in the turret to fire, and right click with a clock when manning a turret to exit). All the turrets have the same top blocks, but the bottom block is changed on the Support Turret. All the turrets use 1 combat module. Materials:

Regular Turrets

  • 1 Mechanical Block (Sponge)
  • 1 Glass
  • 1 Wool
  • 1 Sign

Configuration:

Turret front.png

Support Turrets

  • 1 Mechanical Block (Sponge)
  • 1 Glass
  • 1 Dispenser
  • 1 Sign

Configuration:

Sturret front.png

AP Trrets

  • 1 Mechanical Block (Sponge)
  • 1 Glass
  • 1 (dropper or dispenser?)
  • 1 Sign

Configuration:

Apturret front.png

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