That's nice but it doesn't jibe with what you see in the movies and shows.
Blasters inflict relatively small wounds. Reference Princess Leia getting shot in front of the shield generator bunker in Episode 6.
Phasers are capable not merely of disintegrating an entire person, but worse. A hand-phaser in TNG could blow a gaping hole in the hull on full power. Reference Picard talking to the Earth woman in the movie where the Borg go to Earth back in time, when Z Cochrane is preparing to test his warp drive.
A hit from Darth Vader's TIE fighter on Luke's X-wing did some damage and disabled (but did not destroy!) R2D2, in Episode 4 at the Death Star battle. IIRC you saw the blaster bolt actually hit R2D2, but he was repairable. This would argue for something whose destructive power is more comparable to a machine gun.
I think this guy's figures are off.
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"I used to roll the dice; see the fear in my enemies' eyes... listen as the crowd would sing, 'now the old king is dead, Long Live the King.'.."
So, in a fight, the Fed ships scoot around the arena at 2c, and lob weapons into an enemy that cannot shoot back - the fed ships dont even need to power their shields...
Doesn't tale long to figure out how long that lasts.
The Empire sucks my two-phase induction coil.
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