|Max Armament||1 x Size 10 turret, 6 x Size 6 Cannon|
|Metal||x2500 Iron, Advanced Engine x1|
"The Neptune's all-iron hull makes it extremely tough. Press E to toggle engine on and off. Requires Coal to run. Don't forget to press V to see while driving. HAS NO SAILS." - Shipwright Description
The Neptune is a level 10 vanity ship with no cargo, a great bow gun and a Marauder broadside (6x size 6 cannons), sluggish speed, and a large health pool. Compared to other level 10 ships, the Neptune sports a fair broadside, although inadequate. The awful turning speed similar to the Poseidon, makes the Neptune susceptible to stern locking; however, the Neptune makes up for these shortcomings with the formidable health pool, plus the ability to mount a powerful bow gun unique to the ship, such as the Neptune Super Carronade, the Neptune Howitzer, and the Neptune Twin Long Guns or the long ranged 42T Long Gun. The most effective usage of the Neptune in combat places it in a support role, knocking out the crew of opposing ships with the splash damage of the Neptune Howitzer while other ships deal the majority of the damage towards opposing ships. The Neptune can be entered through the hatch located on rear of the casemate or by the opening in the front of the casemate if no bow gun is mounted. It requires an Advanced Engine from the premium merchant to build.
The Neptune and Poseidon's metal sections can be changed using a cladifier.
Tips and Strategy
Currently the most durable of any ship, it is counterable by many fast turning or heavily armed ships. Disabling a broadside or front gun is crucial to sink a Neptune. However, the Neptune runs solely on coal, and if a crew runs out of coal, the high hull health and powerful armor should last long, until reinforcements arrive or the crew defends long enough.
Long Guns are recommended for the broadside due to the Neptunes low maneuverability and slow speed.
The Neptune can also be equipped with the Neptune Upgrade figurehead which gives it additional armor.
- The Neptune is based off of the casemate ironclad warships of the late 19th century.
- Currently the strongest ship in Tradelands as well as the most expensive both Doubloon and iron wise.
- Named after the Roman god of the sea, Neptune (as well as earthquakes which also suits it).
- Its reward for sinking it is between approx. 1250-1900 dbs
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