The Werewolf can be killed using detailed knowledge about werewolves.
There is a book called "Beast's clothes" which will teach a lot about werewolves and the weaknesses they have.
The book will add a beastiary entry containing information on which signs, bombs, oils and strategies to use. I don't want to spoil your experience here, so I will let you find the book (for me it was in a chest in a bandit camp, seemed random). If you don't wanna find it yourself, I will add a spoiler area at the bottom of this post.
I just managed to defeat it yesterday after doubting that it was even possible.
Werewolf weaknesses (Spoiler):
Oil: Cursed Oil
Bombs: Moondust, Devil's Puffball
You should be aware of the fact that he can summon other wolves to help him. Usually he only does this once. Also, preparing some potions like Swallow for Vitality regeneration or Thunderbolt for more damage will also help you in this fight. I managed to defeat the Werewolf at Level 5. My damage output was bigger than his ability to regenerate his health. Just keep the damage coming with the weapons and utilities mentioned above and don't forget to dodge his attacks.
That's about it: a mass fabricator. Anything less doesn't need all that power, since the draw is so low that it might as well be free. Even then, once you've made everything you want from UU matter, you'll still have more power lying around than you need to keep your godlike gear fully charged.
Though, if you have the EU to power a small town, maybe you could start using it like that. Build things like street lamps using Luminators just because you can waste the power on something so frivolous. The wiring and building challenge of a huge power grid (and the aesthetic structures to go with it) may be worthwhile all its own.
No, enemy strength doesn't depend on the weapons you have available.
Your situation may have been the result of going into a sector where enemies are more likely to have higher shields (I don't know whether there's a sector type that does this, but sector types do affect what enemies you see), or simple chance (you've only had this happen on one run so far, after all).
Does 60 damage to crew members of either ship.
From the FTL Wikia:
I think it is safe to assume your own crew will take damage while boarding. If you have drone bay feel free to go drone boarder crazy.
Tip: If you have anti-bio beam AND boarder drone put your boarder drone in a 2 by 2 room to get more enemy crew in one spot. Then hit that room with anti-bio beam and all 4 will be hit.
On Windows 7, you can find it under My Documents\My Games\FasterThanLight. But only after you've clicked Save+Exit.
But please be aware, that this uncertainty is what makes rogue-like games so enjoyable. I just needed this to copy my career from my laptop to my PC, as the game doesn't seem to support the Steam Cloud.
No you can't, Borderlands 3 does not support cross play between PC and console.
Whether the copy of the game is physical or digital makes no difference, what matters is the platform. So any players on PC can play with each other but not with Xbox or PS4 and each of the those consoles can play with other players on there respective platforms only.
Cross platform play can be added via software update so worth checking occasionally to see if this has changed.
All the information about cross play is available on the offical website FAQ, linked below.