|Dreadnought||Dreadnought X||Spader's DNX|
|“||The pride of the Draconian fleet, this massive ship is larger and far more advanced than anything the Forsaken has with plenty of space for weapons and special components.||”|
|— In-game Description|
|Max Weight||13,020 tons|
- The Dreadnought (mostly called Dread in-game) was rewarded to the top 4 captains per sector who destroyed the most bases/fleets in Base Invaders.
- For a time this ship was considered the most powerful base hitter in the game.
- With 8 weapon slots and 4 special slots, the Dread is still a ship to be reckoned with.
- This was awarded to the players that had the top 4 scores in their sector for Base Invaders I.
- (It was c. 2012, the largest ship in the game and can carry the highest amount of equipment)
- It is slow, but its 4 special slots means putting Engine 3 on it is almost a must
- Many players (back in 2012) uses Dreadnoughts as a "blitz fleet" in base attacks
- The Dreadnought Hull was rewarded to players trading in 6M points for it in Dragon's Nest 2.
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