Destroyers and PTs
are the work horse ships in Lost Admiral Returns. Navy Destroyers and PTs are responsible for searching out enemy subs, running down remote enemy transports or cities, and for quickly exploring distant points of various battle maps.
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move fairly quickly in
Lost Admiral, making them great at raiding, escorting,
and hunting down wounded ships.
However, a battleship will sink a destroyer in one shot,
and take little damage to themselves in the process.
Patrol boats (nicknamed PTs) move
even faster, which makes them the best for scouting or
raids on distant cities. The catch is they are killed in one shot by
most other ships.
Both Navy Destroyers and PT boats excel at hunting down submerged submarines in LAR. A
destroyer will kill a submerged submarine in one shot. PT boats need two shots to kill a submerged submarine.
Obviously there are many other navy ships found in traditional navies. Lost Admiral Returns groups these ships into abstract groups based on their size and fighting style. So the largest fighting ships are treated as battleships, with smaller, but still quite large, warships being categorized as cruisers. Escort and submarine hunting ships are put under destroyers or PT boats. Aircraft Carriers have one class of ship of their own, and the same applies to submarines and transports.
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