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Last Updated February 28, 2005
Gravitic Weapons
Often called 'spiral wave disruptors' by other races, compressor beams are an original invention of the Cardassians. Compressor beams utilize advanced gravitic lensing technologies to focus the beam fired, intensifying and amplifying the weapon's destructive properties.

Unfortunately for the Cardassian, the compressor family of weapons is space intensive and very few can be mounted on most mid-range hulls. This more than anything else has led to the Cardassian doctrine of developing warship hulls built for fleet actions rather than solo combat.

Gravitic Weapons
Often called 'spiral wave disruptors' by other races, compressor beams are an original invention of the Cardassians. Compressor beams utilize advanced gravitic lensing technologies to focus the beam fired, intensifying and amplifying the weapon's destructive properties.

Unfortunately for the Cardassian, the compressor family of weapons is space intensive and very few can be mounted on most mid-range hulls. This more than anything else has led to the Cardassian doctrine of developing warship hulls built for fleet actions rather than solo combat.

Gravitic Weapons
Often called 'spiral wave disruptors' by other races, compressor beams are an original invention of the Cardassians. Compressor beams utilize advanced gravitic lensing technologies to focus the beam fired, intensifying and amplifying the weapon's destructive properties.

Unfortunately for the Cardassian, the compressor family of weapons is space intensive and very few can be mounted on most mid-range hulls. This more than anything else has led to the Cardassian doctrine of developing warship hulls built for fleet actions rather than solo combat.



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