G6c (500 mm)
The G6c is a German 500 mm torpedo that entered service in 1911. Its propulsion mechanism is a wet heater, burning Decahydronaphthalene (decalin).
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
Tell us about the tactical and technical characteristics of the torpedo.
Describe the type of damage produced by this type of torpedo (high explosive, splash damage, etc)
Comparison with analogues
Give a comparative description of torpedoes that have firepower equal to this weapon.
Usage in battles
It is best to use this torpedo with 4 m depth setting, as its low TNT filler amount combined with low top speed, makes it useless against anything faster than a dreadnought. Keeping the 1 m depth will prevent it from damaging dreadnoughts as their torpedo protection is fairly effective against these torpedoes.
Pros and cons
- You have a torpedo in a dreadnought
- It is not fast enough to hit destroyers and cruisers, and does not carry enough TNT to destroy dreadnought
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|533 mm||Bliss-Leavitt Mk.1 · Mark 35 · Mk.8 · Mk.8-3 C/D · Mk.15 · Mk.16|
|569 mm||Mk.13 · Mk.13-1† · Mk.13-1 Case†|
|324 mm||Mark 44|
|450 mm||C/06D · LT 1A/1 · F5W†|
|533 mm||G7a · Seal DM2A1|
|450 mm||Pattern 1910 · Pattern 1912 · 45-36NU · 45-36AN† · 45-36MAN†|
|533 mm||53-38 · 53-39 · 53-56 · SET-65|
|450 mm||R.G.F. Mark VI** · Mark XII‡ · Mark XV‡|
|533 mm||Mark I · Mk.IV · Mk.V · Mk.VIII · Mk.IX · Mk.IX** · 21 inch Mk.20 Bidder|
|324 mm||Mark 46|
|450 mm||Type 2 · Type 38 No.2 B · Type 43 · Type 44 No.2 · Type 91 Model 2† · Type 91 Model 3†|
|533 mm||Type 6 · Type 43 (1910) · Type 54 model 3 · Type 89|
|610 mm||Type 8 No.2 · Type 90 · Type 93 Model 1, Mod 2 · Type 93 Model 3|
|450 mm||F200/450† · S.I.170/450X5,25 · W.200/450X5,75|
|533 mm||S.I.270 · S.I. 250/533,4X7,5 Tipo A · S.I. 270/533,4X7,2 Tipo I · S.I. 270/533X6.84 Tipo L · S.I. 270/533,4X7,2 Tipo M|
|450 mm||m/38† · m/41†|
| † = Aerial torpedo|
‡ = Aerial and ship-launched torpedo