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Wolverine
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Unit
Internal name SMECH
Affiliation TS GDI logo.png Global Defense Initiative
TiberiumAlliances Forgotten.png Forgotten
Role Anti-infantry recon
Armament Miniguns
Tier 1
Tech level 2
Properties
Hit points 175
Armor type Hardened steel
Amphibious No
Production
Cost $500
Build time 0:05
Produced by GDI war factory
Combat
Ground attack 40 (SA)
Cooldown 50
Speed 7
Attack range 5
Sight range 6
Function
Abilities Immune to veins

The Wolverine is a GDI anti-infantry mech in Tiberian Sun and Firestorm.

Background

The Powered Assault Armor or "Wolverine" is a small, eight to nine foot bipedal unit that is piloted by a single soldier. Fast and agile, these lightly armored suits excel at suppression fire and in light skirmishes. Handling large groups of enemy infantry is no problem for a squad of these troopers[1].

History

Wolverines were widely mass produced during the Second Tiberium War. However, they were produced and utilized by GDI against Nod troops in minor skirmishes as early as 2023.[2]

The Wolverine was phased out of service following the Firestorm Crisis along with most other GDI walkers, though a newer variant was used by the Steel Talons experimental combat unit. It could be considered the predecessor to the power armors used by Zone Troopers and Zone Raiders[3].

Game unit

The Wolverine is a relatively fast vehicle, and is unharmed by the veins of Veinholes, making it an ideal scouting unit. It is effective against most infantry, though less effective against anti-armor infantry due to its thin armor. Its miniguns can take on light vehicles, but are far less effective against armored units, such as tanks and cyborgs. The Wolverine is also defenseless against aircraft.

Gallery

Videos

In mech attack cinematic 1
In mech attack cinematic 2

References

  1. Stojsavljević, Rade, and O'Miley Ryan. Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun: Operations Manual. Las Vegas, Nevada: Westwood Studios, 1999.
  2. Electronic Arts Los Angeles, Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath. Nod mission 2: "What is Rightfully Ours".
  3. TITAN AND WOLVERINE REVEALED!. EA Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars - News. 2007-11-30. Archived from the original on 2008-09-06.
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