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Protection modules

SpeedyRailgun 2 years ago • updated by SHOAIB.ZAFAR 2 years ago 1

hi! for D modules there is letters D-C. What do they mean?

Example

Phanter D-C M2

For S modules there is letters S-B.

Example Fox S-B M2



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S - D - T Modules classification~

The name of any module available for purchase in the Garage is composed of three components:

1. Group name — Eagle, Ocelot, Lion, etc. Modules with the same name have a similar protective “speciality” and are meant to be used against certain types of weapons – melee range, short range, medium range, long range. For example, “Eagles” and “Falcons” protect mainly from long range guns like Shaft and Railgun, while “Ocelots” protect from short range weapons like Firebird.

  • Single Modules
    • Fox — for melee combat
    • Wolf — for short range fights
    • Dolphin — for medium range fights
    • Falcon — for long range fights
    • Spider — for parkour
  • Double Modules
    • Ocelot — mostly for melee combat
    • Panther — mostly for short range fights
    • Orka — mostly for medium range fights
    • Eagle — mostly for long range fights
    • Panda — for fights on short and medium range
  • Triple Modules
    • Badger — mostly for melee combat
    • Lion — mostly for short range
    • Shark — mostly for medium range
    • Grizzly — for melee combat, as well as short-medium range
    • Ursa — for short, medium and long range
    • Griffon — for medium and long range
    • Kodiak — universal protection for all ranges

2. The identification of a module’s category by number of protections — For example, all modules with protection from three turrets have a code letter T in their name, in front of the dash.

  • S — Single — with protection from one turret
  • D — Double — with protection from two turrets
  • T — Triple — with protection from three turrets


3. The place number within a category — Latin letters A, B, C, D and so on, after the dash.

For more information, please click here.

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S - D - T Modules classification~

The name of any module available for purchase in the Garage is composed of three components:

1. Group name — Eagle, Ocelot, Lion, etc. Modules with the same name have a similar protective “speciality” and are meant to be used against certain types of weapons – melee range, short range, medium range, long range. For example, “Eagles” and “Falcons” protect mainly from long range guns like Shaft and Railgun, while “Ocelots” protect from short range weapons like Firebird.

  • Single Modules
    • Fox — for melee combat
    • Wolf — for short range fights
    • Dolphin — for medium range fights
    • Falcon — for long range fights
    • Spider — for parkour
  • Double Modules
    • Ocelot — mostly for melee combat
    • Panther — mostly for short range fights
    • Orka — mostly for medium range fights
    • Eagle — mostly for long range fights
    • Panda — for fights on short and medium range
  • Triple Modules
    • Badger — mostly for melee combat
    • Lion — mostly for short range
    • Shark — mostly for medium range
    • Grizzly — for melee combat, as well as short-medium range
    • Ursa — for short, medium and long range
    • Griffon — for medium and long range
    • Kodiak — universal protection for all ranges

2. The identification of a module’s category by number of protections — For example, all modules with protection from three turrets have a code letter T in their name, in front of the dash.

  • S — Single — with protection from one turret
  • D — Double — with protection from two turrets
  • T — Triple — with protection from three turrets


3. The place number within a category — Latin letters A, B, C, D and so on, after the dash.

For more information, please click here.