Multigunner IFV

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Multigunner IFV

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Internal name



Allies RA3.png Allied Nations


Scout vehicle/anti air vehicle


Salamander missile launcher



Armour type





$900 (up to 1.07)
$800 (1.08 and later)

Build time


Produced by

Armor facility


Weapon changes with different infantry

Multigunner at your service.
- Multigunner IFV

The Allied Multigunner Infantry Fighting Vehicle was a multipurpose support vehicle first seen during the Third World War.

Background[edit | edit source]

Created by the Australian-based Towne-Travers Technologies, the Multigunner infantry fighting vehicle was a combat support vehicle known for its speed and versatility.

The IFV is able to carry one co-pilot at a time, and its multiturret system makes use of the co-pilot's special-weapons training and equipment in an augmented or modified way, while safely preventing untrained users from accessing any unauthorized configurations. This allows the IFV to respond to be quickly customized to react to any threats they encounter. Even with no co-pilot aboard, IFVs often provide excellent anti-air support for heavy armor via their light missile launchers.

Even though Multigunner IFVs are organized into their own units, in practice they are constantly assigned to support other combat teams. On average, a Multigunner IFV can expect to spend 80 percent of its service life away from its home unit. Because of this, IFV drivers are known for having an intuitive knack for quickly building rapport with other soldiers.

Ability[edit | edit source]

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Evacuate Evacuates the passenger inside.

In-Game[edit | edit source]

Lets go say hello!
- Multigunner

The Multigunner IFV is the principal troop-carrying vehicle of the Allied ground forces and at the same time, its main anti-aircraft vehicle. Its design resembles an up-armoured dune buggy with rocket launchers on top. Its default weapon is the Multipurpose Missile Launcher, which fires rockets effective against aircraft and light vehicles, but deals only light damage against armored units. Thus, the IFV should not be used directly as an anti-tank weapon (unless carrying an anti-armor infantry). The IFV has very light armour but very high speed. The Multigunner IFV can only carry one passenger at a time, and loses its anti-aircraft capability if the passenger doesn't have an anti-air weapon, due to fact that the turret automatically adapts to the armament the infantry is carrying. It should be noted that its default rocket launcher features a high rate of fire, which makes up somewhat for the light damage of the rockets.

The IFV is a very versatile unit, capable of performing many roles on the battlefield, such as repairing friendly vehicles and removing Terror Drones when loaded with an engineer, taking out enemy infantry when loaded with a Spy or a Shinobi, or combating enemy tanks when loaded with anti-armor infantry.

Infantry effects[edit | edit source]

I'm almost cactus over here!
- Multigunner under fire

The effect provided by garrisoned infantry replaces the IFV's standard weapon.

Allied Infantry[edit | edit source]

Unit Effect
Attack dog Dog bark stuns infantry within a large radius. Does no damage.
Peacekeeper Powerful automatic-shotgun.
Javelin soldier Missile launcher with improved effectiveness against enemy vehicles, but less effective against infantry and aircraft (Rockets hit the ground around infantry). Also doubles the amount of missiles launched, but takes longer to fire.
Allied Engineer Converts the IFV into a mobile repair vehicle, which may repair other vehicles and remove Terror Drones.
Spy Sniper rifle. Good at destroying Terror Drones and killing Commandos
Cryo Legionnaire Cryobeam launcher. Can freeze aircraft, instantly killing it.
Tanya Twin machine guns. Very effective against infantry, but cannot target vehicles.

Soviet Infantry[edit | edit source]

Unit Effect
War Bear Bear growl stuns infantry within a large radius. Does no damage.
Conscript Anti-infantry gatling guns.
Flak Trooper Flak cannon, anti-air only.
Tesla Trooper General anti-ground Tesla gun.
Combat engineer Converts the IFV into a mobile repair vehicle, which may repair other vehicles and remove Terror Drones.
Desolator Enhanced toxin spray.
Natasha Anti-personnel sniper gun. May shoot through multiple infantry at once.

Imperial Infantry[edit | edit source]

Unit Effect
Imperial Warrior Anti-infantry beam gun.
Tankbuster Anti-vehicle laser.
Imperial engineer Converts the IFV into a mobile repair vehicle, which may repair other vehicles and remove Terror Drones.
Shinobi Anti-infantry shuriken thrower.
Archer Maiden Anti-aircraft and anti-infantry bow.
Yuriko Omega Improved psychokinetic ability, but units can still attack back.
All the different versions of the Multigunner IFV, based on the infantry unit garrisoned inside it.

Changelog[edit | edit source]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Upon exiting an Armor facility[edit | edit source]

  • Multigunner at your service!

Select[edit | edit source]

  • I'm all ears!
  • Who wants a ride!
  • Whatever you need!
  • I'm easy!
  • Multigunner!
  • I'm here for you!
  • Hey mate, how are you?

Moving[edit | edit source]

  • Alright!
  • In a tick!
  • Good as done!
  • Let's make tracks!
  • In a jiffy!
  • Let's go then!
  • Plant the foot, will ya?
  • High speed, low drag!

Evacuates the passenger[edit | edit source]

  • Out you go!
  • Watch your step!
  • See ya later!
  • Cheers mate!

Attacking[edit | edit source]

  • On him!
  • Dead set!
  • Have at it!
  • Rack off!
  • I'll drop him!
  • Hold it right there!
  • Put him away!

Repairing[edit | edit source]

  • Here's a good idea!
  • I'll sort it out!
  • Looks a little change!

  • Repairs coming through!
  • Let's take a look!
  • We can fix him up!

Move to attack[edit | edit source]

  • We've got company!
  • Right, let's do it!
  • I'm in!
  • Let's kick in!
  • Let's go say hello!
  • Let's have a go then!

In combat[edit | edit source]

  • It's a little busy now!
  • Keen as mustard!
  • They still here?
  • We have a lot more coming!
  • How's that?

Retreating[edit | edit source]

  • Call it a day!
  • Duh, give it away!
  • Sounds good to me!

Under fire[edit | edit source]

  • Someone's a little cheesed off!
  • I'm almost cactus over here!
  • It's dangerous out here!
  • Pesky aren't they?
  • Watch it now!

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Multigunner IFVs change their quotes if an engineer is loaded inside.
  • An IFV loaded with a Cryo Legionnaire becomes more powerful than a Cryocopter. The IFV can evacuate the Legionnaire then attack the frozen target, and by doing so, the IFV will get promoted. Promoted Cryo-IFVs have vastly superior range and freezing capabilities than a Cryocopter. Its only disadvantage is that it lacks the ability to fly, and is more fragile.
  • Unlike their predecessors, these new IFVs do not have a turret, which means the entire vehicle has to turn to fire at its target.
  • Multigunner IFV appears to have two cryo-cannon barrels when a Cryo Legionnaire is inside, but only fires one single beam.
  • When loaded with Yuriko Omega, the Multigunner's weapon resembles a miniature Psionic Decimator.
  • When Multigunner IFV is destroyed with an infantry inside, they will be thrown in dead animation from wreckage unlike any transport that will be just a wreckage and end the animation.
  • The Multigunner IFV is the only ground vehicle that can attack air and ground targets the other is the reaper.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

Surveillance footage

See also[edit | edit source]

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