Can boarding parties stop a ship trying to self destruct? Will a Legendary Security Officer increase/decrease the chances?
Chris wrote- “The self-destruct code should take into account the number of marines on board the ship. Remember that marines are computer controlled, so they will automatically attempt to stop a self-destruct. I’m not sure if your security officer’s level will affect this. I’ll look into it.” D6.0 Fire Control Systems In SFB the two systems you have for fire control are sensors and scanners. These can be operated in two modes, active and passive. Active is where the ship is actively sending energy out in space to detect other ships. Passive is where your ship turns off sensors and scanners and “listens” for other ships. It is much more difficult to hit a ship that is using passive fire control but it is also harder for it to hit you. D6.1 Sensors Sensors are basically the “radar” in SFB. This is what is used to obtain and retain a “lock-ons” to targets. Each ships SSD has a sensor column which represents the number of hits a sensor can take and still be effective. All ships have a top