Derived from reverse engineered Nian tech, this human-made derivative is cheap but not as effective as native models.
Alluding on its appearance our engineers have nicknamed it 'Doc'. Aptly so, as the Legatus can administer a swarm of good old glowing hot bullets at a relatively long range for those in need. And that without writing out a prescription.
Extension Requirements and Bonuses
|Extension||Level Required||Bonus||Value per level|
|Combat robot specialist||4||
|Syndicate robot control||8||
|Speed||66.492 kph||Head slots||5|
|Armor||4400 HP||Leg slots||6|
|Accumulator||3850 AP||Chassis slots||6|
|Cargo||12 U||Gun slots||6|
|CPU||370 TF||Missile slots||0|
|Reactor||1200 RP||Industrial slots||2|
|Slope Capacity||45°||Misc slots||2|
|Surface hit size||22 m||Sensor strength||90 Hw³|
|Chemical damage resistance||45 pts||Locking range||350 m|
|Kinetic damage resistance||45 pts||Locking time||12.5 s|
|Seismic damage resistance||45 pts||Max locked targets||6|
|Thermal damage resistance||45 pts||Signal detection||90 rf|
|Demobilizer resistance||0 %||Signal masking||100 rf|
|Accumulator recharge time||720 s|
|Interference emission radius||300|
|Robot volume||22.5 U|
Legatus suffers from a lot from the same things that make Locust and Vektor so good. Recent changes made Legatus a much more viable platform, though it remains to be seen by how much. And it's still crippled by a very high price due to tokens. Reduced surface size and decent base masking can make it tactically useful in PVP, as well as it's new ability to mow down walls faster than any other medium-sized bot is equipped with machineguns. Autocannon changes now make it more attractive as well.
There is no MK2 variation of Syndicate bots