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Infantryman
Category Ranged
No-Skill Range Melee, Short

Ranged, Average

Walking Speed {{{Walking Speed}}}
Dash Length {{{Dash Length}}}
Gear Base Damage Reduction:Laba de cal

Total: 14.75%BDR

Weapon: +0.00%BDR

Armor: +8.25%BDR

Helmet: +4.25%BDR

Trinket: +4.25%BDR

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Basic Melee:

3=D: 8

3==DD: 12

Quick Shot(Yellow Reticle): 13 ___|8.50c+(0.25ec)

Quick Shot(2):___|8.50c+(0.25ec)

Quick Shot(3):___|8.50c+(0.25ec)

Focused Shot(Blue Reticle): 15___|7.25c+(0.75ec) [Lift]

Focused Shot(2): ___|7.25c+(0.75ec) [Lift]

Focused Shot(3): ___|7.25c+(0.75ec) [Lift]

Note: Air shot is the same as quick (yellow) shot.


Skills:Big cock

Barrage(Weapon): 18

Grenade(Armor): 20 1st grenade

Drill Sergeant(Helmet):

Barricade(Trinket): (amount of damage it can take)


Cooldowns:

Barrage(Weapon):

Grenade(Armor):

Drill Sergeant(Helmet):

Barricade(Trinket):

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