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Infinity: PanOceania Armbots: Peacemaker and Auxbot
Item is new and will ship same business day if ordered by 12pm central
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Armbot is the designation for attack Remotes used by the PanOceanian
Military Complex. They are designed to be faster than Heavy Infantry
troopers but lighter, easier to manufacture and cheaper than a T.A.G.,
while carrying support weaponry. PanOceania used this design methodology
during the hectic arms race of the NeoColonial Wars to get highly
mobile fire platforms at a low cost.
Nevertheless, the light
armour of the Armbots doesn't allow them to take continual punishment,
so they have to rely on their speed and ease of deployment to contact
the enemy in the first stages of combat. With that in mind they are
usually assigned to fast and aggressive actions, seeking and destroying
hostile units. Their primary goal is striking enemy units before they
can establish an adequate combat formation. When working with armoured
units, be it vehicles or T.A.G.s, Armbots are often used to conduct
advanced reconnaissance tasks, distract opposing forces or provide
immediate support. When they handle defensive tasks, they are usually
kept as a mobile reserve, in the rearguard, launched at the frontline to
blunt enemy offensives.
Basically, the main function of
Armbots is to get close and destroy an enemy. Their ability to move,
strike, establish an operative net for tactical Hackers and then provide
armed response, is a decisive factor on the modern battlefield. Armbots
are perfectly capable of undertaking sustained operations against any
threat, no matter how tenacious or sophisticated it may be. The
Peacemaker, often based in an outpost, will coordinate attacks with its
Auxbot to lay down an unceasing barrage. In any case, the result will
always be the same, the complete destruction of all targets.
Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.