Ok this seems wierd to me. The Leviathan armors in the battleforce timeline are "designed" for combat. How the hell can a a scittering punch through what i'm guessing is 4-5cm of the most durable metal that the templars can get onto those things ? With scouts i understand but with Paladins and other "heavy" units ? From a gameplay standpoint i get it but from a lore standpoint i doubt those things pose much of a threat to a fully decked out templar.
Last Edit: Oct 18, 2017 13:00:41 GMT -5 by sparda4
Speaking of opening suits like tin cans. Well the litch(first one you encounter) is doing just that.
But seriously i though that by this time the factions or the templars would have figured out a way to atleast protect the ships to a certain degree. But it is as they say. "The Best Defense is an overwhelming offense"
Scitterlings can barely make it through the best leviathans like void legion, stack on buffs like power field and inferno seal and they will literally be incapable of doing damage. It would be impossible for all the armors to be made of the best stuff, the lower tier ones don't stand up as well but they aren't too bad considering what we see of unarmored soldiers... lol
Neptunes are cool as ice unless they move and overwatch every single time. But seriously i'm shocked form a lore standpoint that the templars haven't figured out a way to atleast to guard against the scitterings.