In a game scenario I am developing, one option for a fleet to infiltrate an enemy is to use ftl to "hard burn" through a black hole's event horizon. Their ftl drives use a "warp bubble" principle to function. So, my questions are:
Would the singularity's time dilation still affect the fleet as it burnt through? What would the effect be?
Would the warp buble, in principle, provide insulation/protection from this?
What other ways would the ships/crew be affected?
*I should specify that they are moving through the outer edge of the EH, where it can trap light but their FTL engines allow them to "maybe" slide through.
**This is a theoretical, "seat-of-the-pants" maneuver in a science-FICTION universe using science-FICTION space travel and technology. The protagonists CAN attempt this maneuver with the possibility of success. I am only asking the above questions. IOW, what complications/effects could the crew face after successfully performing the maneuver? They are trying to save their world from a powerful enemy. Do they emerge to find the war over? Or progressed further than they expected? Etc.
***Though I am looking for more general effects, the drives they are using have a 5c acceleration capacity and the singularity they are trying to cross is approximately 100k miles in diameter (350-400 Sol mass), if you want to do calculations.
****For those interested/wanting to know for calculations: there are two ftl drive types available to humans in the setting. The first, "slip drive" is mostly used by the AI piloted mother/colony ship. It only consumes energy when entering/exiting FTL "sub-space" and travels at 1.5 c in subspace, and can (but generally doesn't for resource conservation) use its maneuvering/sub-light engines for added acceleration. The second drive type, "warp drives", are used for close interstellar travel. They envelop the ship in a warp bubble that allows the ship to accelerate at a pace of 5 c/second with virtually no upper limit. However, the ship burns fuel/energy at an extreme rate while warping in order to maintain the bubble and must decelerate to sub-light speeds before the bubble collapses (not doing so would result in any number of disastrous effects, all of which include the destruction of the ship/crew).