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Última edición, 20-09-2020 por JARVIII

Devasta enemigos en el espacio con Phaedra, la hermana mayor de la Soma.

The Phaedra is a large-caliber Archwing rifle that shares design aesthetics and mechanics to the Soma. It was released in Actualización 17.5.


Requisitos de fabricación
Créditos
45.000
Cañón
1
Receptor
1
Culata
1
Telurio
2
Tiempo: 12 hrs
Acelerar: 50 Platinum
Precio del MarketIcon: 220 Platinum Precio del Blueprint2 Plano: 35.000 Créditos
Obtención de componentes

PlanoMarket
CañónÁrbitros de Hexis Offering
ReceptorMarte, Syrtis (Exterminio)
Venus, Montes (Exterminio)
La Secuencia Perrín Offering
CulataNuevo Loka Offering

PlanoMarket
CañónÁrbitros de Hexis Offering
ReceptorMarte, Syrtis (Exterminate)
Venus, Montes (Exterminate)
La Secuencia Perrín Offering
CulataNuevo Loka Offering

PlanoMarket
CañónÁrbitros de Hexis Offering
ReceptorMarte, Syrtis (Exterminate)
Venus, Montes (Exterminate)
La Secuencia Perrín Offering
CulataNuevo Loka Offering

Características Editar

This weapon deals primarily

damage.

Ventajas:

  • High damage – effective against Armadura.
  • Has a V polarity slot.
  • Very high fire-rate once fully spooled.
  • High status chance for an Archwing gun.
  • Good base damage

Desventajas:

  • Damage drops off over distance.
  • Requires a short period of time to reach optimal fire-rate.
  • Low accuracy makes it harder to hit enemies past 300 meters.
  • High fire-rate drains magazine fairly quickly.

Notas Editar

  • Similar to the Soma, the Phaedra has a short wind-up time before it reaches its full fire rate. Though the Arsenal lists a fire rate of 12.5, this is the fire rate before spool-up. Once fully spooled, the Phaedra has a maximum fire rate of 25 rounds per second, 100% above its Arsenal value.
  • Though it's described as "the Soma's big-sister", it's more-so due to the aesthetic design, and not the actual stats of the weapon.

CuriosidadesEditar

  • Phaedra is a character in Greek Mythology best known for her role in Euripides' play, Hippolytus. Phaedra's name derives from the Greek word φαιδρός (phaidros), which meant "bright".
  • It appears that the Phaedra's UI icon is missing its barrel-like magazine. This can also be seen on the Karak Fantasma.
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