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Artillery wagon

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Artillery wagon

Artillery wagon entity.png

Recipe

Time icon.png
4
+
Advanced circuit.png
20
+
Engine unit.png
64
+
Iron gear wheel.png
10
+
Pipe.png
16
+
Steel plate.png
40
Artillery wagon.png
1

Total raw

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207
+
Copper plate.png
100
+
Engine unit.png
64
+
Iron plate.png
76
+
Plastic bar.png
40
+
Steel plate.png
40

Recipe

Time icon.png
4
+
Advanced circuit.png
20
+
Engine unit.png
64
+
Iron gear wheel.png
10
+
Pipe.png
16
+
Steel plate.png
40
Artillery wagon.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
297
+
Copper plate.png
280
+
Engine unit.png
64
+
Iron plate.png
152
+
Plastic bar.png
80
+
Steel plate.png
40

Map icon

Artillery wagon map icon.png

Health

600

Resistances

Acid: 3/20%
Explosion: 15/30%
Fire: 15/50%
Impact: 50/50%
Physical: 15/30%

Stack size

5

Range

Minimum: 32
Automatic: 224
Manual: 560

Shooting speed

0.3/s

Ammunition

Artillery shell.png

Dimensions

2×6

Mining time

0.5

Weight

4000

Prototype type

artillery-wagon

Internal name

artillery-wagon

Required technologies

Artillery (research).png

Boosting technologies

Artillery shell range (research).png
Artillery shell shooting speed (research).png

Produced by

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Assembling machine 2.png
Assembling machine 3.png
Player.png
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The artillery wagon is an end-game wagon that can be added to a train. It fires artillery shells over large distances, either automatically at nearby biter spawners and worms, or at manually designated targets.

In automatic mode, when the train isn't moving, the artillery wagon will automatically scan for enemy buildings (biter nests and worms) and shoot at them. Tragets can be manually designated by clicking on the ground (or the map) using an artillery targeting remote. For each click, an artillery wagon in range will fire once at the target. Firing at the biters from far away isn't all consequence free, as they will run to the wagon and try to attack it.

The artillery wagon can fire while stopped at a train stop, but not when stopped at a red signal. When a train with an artillery wagon is stopped at a train stop, aiming and shooting counts as activity for the purposes of "X seconds of inactivity" departure conditions in the train's schedule.

History

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