Repair center
AoA Ingame Repair Center.png
Structure
Affiliation

AoA Logo Cartel.png Cartel

Role

Repair and research center

Protection

Average resilience

Properties
Hit points

120

Production
Cost

Credits 1500

Produced by

AoA Icon Skycrane.png Skycrane
from AoA Icon HQ CT.png Headquarters

Function
Produces

AoA Icon BREM-80U.png BREM-80U

Research

AoA Icon ZAB Napalm Bombs.png ZAB napalm bombs
AoA Icon Smoke Rockets.png Smoke rockets
AoA Icon Strix Shells.png Strix shells
AoA Icon Advanced Softwares CT.png Advanced softwares
AoA Icon Scout Combat Kit.png Scout combat kit

AoA Icon Repair Center.png

The repair center enables the Cartel to repair any of its damaged vehicles. The repair center produces the BREM-80U, which repairs damaged allied vehicles within its radius. The repair depot also provides upgrades for most of the Cartel's private military vehicles.[1]

Produces[edit | edit source]

Units[edit | edit source]

AoA Icon BREM-80U.png BREM-80U
Costs Aluminium 1000. Armored repair vehicle.

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

AoA Icon ZAB Napalm Bombs.png ZAB napalm bombs
Costs Aluminium 500. Equips SuperHinds with 2 additional ZAB napalm bombs. These bombs are dropped when the SuperHind is flying over the target.
AoA Icon Smoke Rockets.png Smoke rockets
Costs Credits 750. Researched at the repair center Equips Scorpios with smoke grenade launchers.
AoA Icon Strix Shells.png Strix shells
Costs Aluminium 1000. Replaces the AMOS' HE shells with Strix anti-tank shells. This greatly increases the blast radius and damage inflicted on enemy vehicles, but decreases damage inflicted on enemy infantry and buildings.
AoA Icon Advanced Softwares CT.png Advanced softwares
Costs Credits 1500. Grants Otomatics the ability to target and engage enemy missiles.
AoA Icon Scout Combat Kit.png Scout combat kit
Costs Aluminium 500. This upgrade increases the Scout CGS's sight and range and grants them the ability to detect enemy stealth units. This upgrade also replaces the dual HMGs with a flamethrower. The flamethrower has better range and damage, but it removes the Scout CGS of its stealth when firing.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Eugen Systems, Focus Home Interactive, Act of Aggression. September 2, 2015.

See also[edit | edit source]

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