Unstable Incendior

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Unstable Incendior
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Statistics

Species:

Cabal

Legion(s):

Red Legion Blood Guard

Role(s):

Pyrotechnic Combat
Fuel Cell Holder

Mission(s):

Battlegrounds

Combat information

Weapon(s):

Cabal Magma Launcher

Abilities:

Solar or Void Shield
Magma Burn Effect
Magma Malfunction
High Durability
Rapid Movement
Compression Blast
Strafe Thrusters
Limited Flight
Cabal Melee
Drop Volatile Fuel Cell

 

Unstable Incendiors are a variant of the Blood Guard Incendior seen in commanding positions amongst Battlegrounds for the Red Legion and Imperial Cabal.

Gameplay[edit]

Unstable Incendiors are tougher to take on than regular Incendiors. Their superior armor and Solar absorption shielding grants them more durability, therefore giving them more chances to incinerate Guardians. Their Cabal Magma Launchers are versatile weapons in combat. At a distance, they fire jets of flames that leave a pool of fire upon contact with any surface. These jets inflict a damage-over-time effect that effectively strip the player's health in a matter of seconds. When faced up close, they are capable of launching a compression blast that pushes Guardians away from them and forcefully sends them flying into deadly obstacles in their path. Their fuel tanks can be shot, causing a massive explosion that can take out any other nearby Cabal units, but beware when fighting in close range because this explosion is also capable of dealing serious damage to nearby Guardians, and can instantly kill them within the proper proximity. Therefore, long-range energy weapons should be the best way to take apart their shielding and armor.

When Killed, Unstable Incendiors will drop volatile fuel cells used to detonate and destroy power arrays. If an Unstable Incendior is killed, but its bomb is used without destroying the array, an Unstable War Beast will be summoned.

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