|An extremely strong naval unit that can|
launch indirect attacks after moving.
- Main article: Battleship
Battleships(Days of Ruin/Dark Conflict) or Naval Unit. They are the most powerful indirect unit in the game as well as one of the few naval units that can attack from afar. They are the only indirect unit that can move and fire on the same turn.(失われた光) are a type of
Being a naval unit, Battleships can be stationed on sea or reef tiles, saving land spaces for other units. The Battleship has firepower comparable to the Rocket Launcher, able to take out all Land Units within 1 or 2 hits. Battleships are indirect units, with a minimum range of 3 and the maximum of 5. This makes Battleship an extremely good support unit, able to deal heavy damage to almost all land units without fear of retaliation.
Their long range and heavy firepower come at a huge cost however, with the Battleship being the second most expensive unit in the game, behind Carriers. This makes saving up money to deploy them a huge risk, especially since their land counterpart, the Rocket Launchers, are almost only half the cost of one Battleship.
The Battleships are also completely defenseless against air unit, unable to fire at them and are countered cost-effectively by other indirect units and Submarines. Battleships should be positioned far away from land, at least 6 tiles away and accompanied by anti-air units such as Cruisers. If caught out and engaged by a unit that is a good counter against them, Battleships can only withstand at most 2 attacks. Like all naval units, Battleships can be attacked by direct vehicular units on shoal tiles.
In Days of Ruin, the Battleships' cost is lowered by 3000G, however, their range is nerfed, only having a range of 3-5. They can however, fire after moving. This makes them the only indirect unit that can move and fire at the same turn, increasing the Battleships' versatility and survivability at the cost of their range.
Due to their high cost, naval units are usually uncommon in most matches, and the Battleships are definitely not an exception. Being a naval unit, while Battleships are usually out of harm's way, their movement is limited and can be engaged easily by air units. Battleships thrive the most on maps with a large body of water, but even then Submarines can make quick work out of them and they aren't protected by other equally expensive naval units.