The Crystocrene is a winter-themed Battleship added in version .69f after the Antares Comet collided with Aqueous II. The quest to obtain it can be found on the planet by finding a red sphere in the snowman cave.
A small room with moderate detail. The pilot seat is sat up a set stairs surrounded by purple monitors with blue and red projectors. Along the sides of the room are piles of ice and a teleporter in the back of the room.
- High Shield health.
- Armed with 4 Large Turrets, a good amount for a Battleship.
- High Hull damage.
- Overall good health and damage output for a Battleship.
- Good spinals.
- Good at sieging due to having 4 Icy Artillery Cannons.
- Flex a limited hidden quest battleship in Christmas 2020 event.
- Low Hull health.
- The slowest ship of its class.
- Shield damage isn't as high as Hull damage.
- Requires 60 Snowflakes, which can be difficult to get.
- As a Limited ship, it is a large target.
- Once destroyed, you can't get it back.
- Stay away from Shield-breakers as the Crystocrene is very easy to kill without its Shields.
- Focus on unshielded targets to deal the most damage.
- It used to have a total of 2 Heavy Icy Artillery Cannons, 4 Medium Icy Artillery Cannons and 2 Frosty Triple Heavy Lasers when this ship was released in version .69[!] ~ .71[?]
- Large Phaser count increased to 4, gained 4 Medium Cannons, Medium Advanced Autolaser and Advanced Autocannon changed to 2 Medium Crystal Railguns in version .72c20.
- 2 Medium Crystal Railguns changed to 2 Medium Artillery Cannons and hull buffed from 1500 to 2250 in version .72c20.
- The first person to lose this was BADZAMAN to GalaxyGrinder2319's Apocalypse.
- Can be found on Aqueous II by finding a red sphere in the snowman cave.
- The quest for the ship only takes 60 snow flakes instead of 75 which the quest tells you.
- You can solo a level 3 starbase.
- The ship has custom sounds for its spinal phasers.
- You can no longer solo starbases without replenishing shields at local starbases since most siege weapons including limiteds have same range as regular ones.
- Practically a baby Antares