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The Instigator is an aircraft unit from the Post-Human Coalition.
The Instigator is an aircraft unit from the [[Post-Human Coalition]].


Heavy air scout which can capture enemy territory.
Heavy air scout which can capture enemy territory.
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Latest revision as of 09:51, 31 October 2021

Instigator
PHC - Instigator
PHC-Instigator.jpg
General Information
Type Aircraft
Constructed by Sky Factory; Advanced Sky Factory
Cost
Time 35 seconds
Metal 150
Radioactives 35
Logistics 5
Stats
Spawn Count 1
Hit Points 750
Armor 1
Sight Radius 1500
Radar Radius 1515
Interdictor Cannon
DPS 41
Range 800
Tool - Energy Transfer Beam
DPS 4
Range 700
Armor-piercing; Requires energy

The Instigator is an aircraft unit from the Post-Human Coalition.

Heavy air scout which can capture enemy territory.


Lore

The Instigator is a heavy scout aircraft that is tough and with large sight range. Unarmed but can capture regions.

It is armed with the Interdictor Cannon, an inaccurate pulse cannon that does light damage to buildings and smaller ground units, and Energy Transfer Beam, which transfers energy to other friendly units.


Tactics

  • Instigator can be considered an upgraded version of Pan. However, with slow movement speed, it does not function well as a scout. Instead, it's a harassing back lines unit, capable of capturing region as an air unit (and is the only air unit in the game capable of doing so).
  • Instigator can be countered fairly easily either with ASFs or a ground anti-air unit to block the capture progress. The only thing that prevents it from being hard-countered is due to its very good durability.
  • An Instigator in a chaotic battle at the right place can provide very high value harass, such as cutting off undefended nodes that are important links to another group of nodes.


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