Light (75% Cannon, 50% Rocket, 100% Grenade, 25% Gun, 1% Sniper)
Background[edit | edit source]
In-game[edit | edit source]
Upgrades provided[edit | edit source]
|Forcefield generators||The Scrin can upgrade their Annihilator tripods, Devastator warships, and Planetary assault carriers with forcefields, providing additional protection at the hefty cost of $4000. This upgrade takes 1:30 to research (Ctrl+A).|
|Shard launchers||The plasma discs of Plasma missile batteries and Seekers can be switched to far more dangerous Tiberium shards accelerated at high velocity to puncture armor and rip through flesh. Shard Launchers cost $2500 and take 1:15 to research (Ctrl+S).|
|Blue shards||Reaper-17 can draw on its incredible affinity for Tiberium and enhance the weapons of its Shard walkers and Ravagers with Blue Shards, which do even more damage. This upgrade requires 60 seconds to upgrade and costs $2000 (Ctrl+D).|
|Conversion Reserves||Reaper-17 can double the amount of Tiberium that its Devourer tanks and Reaper tripods can store in their weapons. This upgrade costs $1000 and takes 30 seconds to research (Ctrl+F).|
|Traveler Engines||Traveler Engines add 30% speed to Devastator warships and Planetary assault carriers. This upgrade costs $1500 and takes 0:45 to research (Ctrl+S).|
Support powers provided[edit | edit source]
|Phase Field||The affected vehicles are partially phased into another dimension. While they can still move at will, they cannot fire or be damaged by enemy fire. Phase Field lasts for 0:40 and costs $1500 to use, with a cooldown of 3:00.|
|Temporal Wormhole||Traveler-59 can use a Temporal Wormhole to slow the movement of enemy units down to 25% and lower their rate of fire by 50%. Production structures caught in the radius take 50% longer to build. The Temporal Wormhole lasts 30 seconds. This power costs $1200 and takes 6:00 to recharge.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Unlike its GDI and Nod counterparts, the tech center and the tech lab, the technology assembler's appearance does not change after upgrades have been researched.
References[edit | edit source]
- Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars manual. Los Angeles, California: Electronic Arts Los Angeles, 2007.