Lithus

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Description
Lithus

The Lithus occupies a strange niche in the Nian hierarchy - that of an industrial bot that is left alone. These ponderous behemoths complain little and communicate less; while their role is not the glamour of the fighting corps, nor the grunge of the harvesters, they know their position as the invaluable movers of massive loads. The Seth, Mesmer, and Gropho do not move out of the way of the Lithus, but they have no desire to step in the way of one working. No one understands the Lithus and its ways - but the Lithus does not expect them to, either.

Extension Requirements and Bonuses

Extension Level Required Bonus Value per level
Advanced Robotics 4
  • Accumulator capacity
  • All armor resistances
  • Shield absorption
  • +3%
  • +3 pts
  • +3%
Industrial robot specialist 4
  • Accumulator stability
  • +2%
Industrial robot control 8
  • Armor hit points
  • +1%

Stats

Stat Value Stat Value
Main stats Slots
Speed 61.2 kph Head slots 4
Armor 2500 HP Leg slots 4
Accumulator 2750 AP Chassis slots 2
Cargo 720 U Gun slots 1
CPU 450 TF Missile slots 1
Reactor 750 RP Industrial slots 1
Slope Capacity 45° Misc slots 1
Defence Targeting
Surface hit size 23 m Sensor strength 80 Hw³
Chemical damage resistance 30 pts Locking range 150 m
Kinetic damage resistance 45 pts Locking time 12.5 s
Seismic damage resistance 45 pts Max locked targets 3
Thermal damage resistance 45 pts Signal detection 95 rf
Demobilizer resistance 0% Signal masking 75 rf
Misc
Accumulator recharge time 720 s
Accumulator stability 7
Interference emission 4
Interference emission radius 200
Interference minimum 75
Interference peak 340
Robot volume 123 U


Common uses

Lithus is used for one thing only, moving large amount of cargo in hostile territories. Arguably the most tanky bot out there, it requires a coordinated assault with neutralizer support to take down. The MK2 version doubles down on the survivability, adding more slots to get more tank and having a demobilizer resistance to make it even harder to pin down. Having a second largest cargo in the game and seriously hard tank to break, it's usually the best choice for transport on beta.

MK2

MK2 bot is an improved version of a normal bot. Typically, it recieves additional bonuses, better fitting space, 50% more cargo and slightly higher speed when equipped. MK2 bots also require at least level 1 of Hi-Tech Robot Specialist extension and recieve additional bonuses from this extension

Aside from statistical advantages, Lithus MK2 gets a 1% demobilizer resistance per level and +1 head and leg slots. Please also note that 50% cargo increase on the hauler bot like Lithus is enormous.