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…Fast and well-armed flying dragon robot. Possesses a defense system and built-in missile launcher… – in-game description


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PURCHASE INFORMATION Ao GuangInfobox
In-Game Cost Real Value Icn info for user popup Player Level Icn info for user popup
10,000 ComponentIcon or
7,500 AuIcon
$60 14
ROBOT INFORMATION
Class Icn info for user popup Ability Faction Icn info for user popup
MediumRobotinfobox
Medium
DragonFangsinfobox
Dragon Fangs Icn info for user popup
Spacetechinfobox
SpaceTech
BASE STATISTICS
PilotRankPrivate icon Level Shield icon Durability Icn info for user popup Speed icon Speed
1 63,200 33 kph
ARMAMENTS PAINT JOBS
Hardpoints 3x Medium Ao Guang DEFAULT Ao Guang ROBOBOT
Default Weapons Tulumbas Icn info for user popup
MODULE SLOTS LEGENDARY PILOTS
Active Yes N/A
Passive 2
OTHER 3D ROBOT MODEL
Wiki Class Icn info for user popup Medium Link here (external site)
WORKSHOP PRODUCTION INFORMATION
1 Day Cost AgIcon 3 Day Cost AgIcon
200,000 690,000
Components ComponentIcon Components ComponentIcon
80 230

Introduction

The Ao Guang is a medium robot with 3 Medium hardpoints.

Ability

The Ao Guang's ability is named Dragon Fangs.

When Dragon Fangs is activated the robot rises into the air, with increased speed (61 km/h), and gains 80% damage resistance from all weapon types for the duration of the flight, and can damage enemies with its built-in homing missile launcher. However, it is possible to manually shorten the duration and land prematurely. Doing so will automatically cancel the flight and the missile launcher.

While in flight, the robot hovers, and cannot increase or decrease altitude. It can, however, reach a higher altitude if the ability is activated in a location higher than ground level. Also, the robot can stay stationary while in midair.

The missile launcher functions much like the Hydra, but with a faster rate of fire (4 missiles per second), and less damage per missile. It can fire up to 26 missiles per activation. In order for the missile launcher to be fired, the pilot must have the cross-hairs focused (aimed) on the target.

Strategy

The Ao Guang is part of the SpaceTech faction, along with the Ao Jun and Ao Qin.

At a mere 120,000 durability at level 12, this robot would be considered under average compared to other medium robots if it wasn’t for its Dragon Fangs Ability. However, its 3 medium Hardpoints and 45 km/h speed means that it has good firepower and speed.

Its ability, which increases, gives it extra firepower, damage resistance and better mobility, and is powerful enough to ensure that the Ao Guang’s playstyle centers around it. The Ao Guang possesses the ideal qualities for a fast ambush robot that can attack and disappear while sustaining minimal damage: good firepower and speed, below-average health and of course, its ability: Dragon Fangs.

It is advised that pilots use Dragon Fangs in order to take on multiple enemy robots at once, more powerful enemy robots such as the Bulwark, defend or capture an important beacon or to simply ensure one’s own survival when vulnerable.

This doesn’t mean that the Ao Guang is a weak target without its ability, for its 3 medium weapons are more than enough to severely damage or destroy most enemy robots of the same category. Its relatively small frame also means that it is a small target, while its speed allows it to dodge some enemy weapons. Whilst in flight, the Ao Guang will be granted 80% damage reduction.


Threat Measure

Ao Guang is quite fragile with only 120,000 HP, which is lower than the Fujin’s making it a prime target for many robots, no matter what. But despite its durability, Ao Guang has 3 medium weapons, providing enough firepower to cripple small-medium robots, and when it activates its ability, Ao Guang's homing missile system allows it to hit any fast-moving robot in its sight and decreases any incoming damage with an 80% damage resistance. So, due to its low health with high firepower, the Guang is similar to the Fujin in terms of threat, but outmatches it by being a high threat to every robot it encounters thanks to its damage resistance and Hydra-like weapon from the ability it uses.

Skill Level

This robot can be very rewarding to pilot but it can be quite easy to make mistakes. You should NEVER use its Ability when an Ares is present, as Retribution will quickly chew through your health even with Damage Resistance. To overcome this, Hydras, the Hussar, Scourges, or even Tulumbas may be used to out-range this robot's primary threats (The Greek Pantheon). Overall, this robot requires some skill to effectively pilot, but the fun factor is definitely there.

Possible Setups

These setups are recommended for the Ao Guang:

Note: Each slot type is filled with only one particular weapon. For example, if a robot has 3 light all three of those slots are filled with Pinatas, as mixing weapons of the same slot type is not advisable.

Close Range (350m or less)

Slot Types  Medium Slot 
#Slots  x3 Name 
Setup 1 
Orkan
Death Button
Setup 2 
Taran
Plasma Death Button
Setup 3 
Punisher T
Leadhose
Setup 4 
Storm
Shotgun
Setup 5 
Vortex
Nuke


Mid-Range (500-600m)

Slot Types  Medium Slot 
#Slots  x3 Name (If applicable)
Setup 1 
Scourge

Lightning Death Button

Setup 2 
Shocktrain
Setup 3 
Ion


Mark I Statistics

Purchase Information

PilotRankPrivate icon
Level
Cost Shield icon
Durability
Speed icon
Speed (kph)
1 10,000 ComponentIcon/
7,500 AuIcon
63,200 33


Upgrade Information

PilotRankPrivate icon
Level
AgIcon
Cost
Shield icon
Durability
Speed icon
Speed (kph)
Duration
Time
2 100,000 67,000 35 2 hours
3 200,00071,00036 5 hours
4400,00075,3003814 hours
52,000,00079,800391 day 4 hours
63,000,00084,600412 days 4 hours
74,000,00089,700422 days 18 hours
88,000,00095,100443 days 18 hours
913,000,000100,800454 days 10 hours
1025,000,000106,800454 days 20 hours
1135,000,000113,200455 days 4 hours
1245,000,000120,000455 days 10 hours
Total135,700,000+56,800+1230 days 9 hours


Mark II Statistics

Purchase Information

Note: Level 12 Mark I is required to upgrade (purchase) to Mark II.

PilotRankPrivate icon
Level
Cost Shield icon
Durability
Speed icon
Speed (kph)
1 500 AuIcon 120,000 45


Upgrade Information

PilotRankPrivate icon
Level
AgIcon
Cost
Shield icon
Durability
Speed icon
Speed (kph)
Duration
Time
2 1,000,000 122,200 45 1 day
3 2,000,000124,40045 2 days
44,000,000126,600453 days
516,000,000128,800453 days
616,000,000131,000453 days
716,000,000133,200453 days
816,000,000135,400453 days
916,000,000137,600453 days
1016,000,000139,800453 days
1116,000,000142,000453 days
1216,000,000144,200453 days
Total135,000,000+24,200+030 days


Built-in Missile Weapons

Can fire up to 26 missiles (two at a time) in an 8 second span, with a 500-meter maximum range. Fires only while flying. Manually aiming (cross-hair on target) is required for missiles to be fired.

Note: Cannot bypass any type of shield.

Mark I Statistics

Purchase Information

Level Cost Damage Cycle
Damage
Burst
DPS
Cycle
DPS
1 - 710 18460 2308 577

Upgrade Information

Level Cost AgIcon Time Damage Cycle
Damage
Burst
DPS
Cycle
DPS
2 - - 780 20280 2535 634
3 - - 860 22360 2795 699
4 - - 950 24700 3088 772
5 - - 1050 27300 3413 853
6 - - 1150 29900 3738 934
7 - - 1270 33020 4128 1032
8 - - 1400 36400 4550 1138
9 - - 1540 40040 5005 1251
10 - - 1690 43940 5493 1373
11 - - 1860 48360 6045 1511
12 - - 2050 53300 6663 1666
Cost Time
Totals - -


  • This table shows the damage of each individual missile (out of 26 missiles)

Mark II Statistics

Purchase Information

Level Cost Damage Cycle
Damage
Burst
DPS
Cycle
DPS
1 - 2050 53300 6663 1666

Upgrade Information

Level Cost AgIcon Time Damage Cycle
Damage
Burst
DPS
Cycle
DPS
2 - - 2088 54288 6786 1697
3 - - 2126 55276 6910 1727
4 - - 2164 56264 7033 1758
5 - - 2202 57252 7157 1789
6 - - 2240 58240 7280 1820
7 - - 2278 59228 7404 1851
8 - - 2316 60216 7527 1882
9 - - 2354 61204 7651 1913
10 - - 2392 62192 7774 1944
11 - - 2430 63180 7898 1974
12 - - 2468 64168 8021 2005
Cost Time
Totals - -


  • This table shows the damage of each individual missile (out of 26 missiles)

Update History

Version Changes
5.3 New limited edition skin: Robobot (Operation Gathering Storm)
4.8.0 Total Upgrade Time: 38 days 2 hours 30 minutes⟶30 days 9 hours
4.7.0 Robot was added to the game

Paint Jobs

Limited Edition


Poll

Best setup for the Ao Guang is?
 
20
 
26
 
66
 
26
 
10
 
4
 
44
 

The poll was created at 06:24 on March 25, 2019, and so far 196 people voted.

Trivia

  • Ao Guang is named after 敖广, the Azure Dragon (or Blue-Green, Chinese: 青龙), which is the god of the East and the essence of spring. It controls rain, flood, tide and thunder. The robot's ability is also like a rain of homing missiles, likely related to the myth.
  • Ao Guang's color is the same as its corresponding dragon.
  • Click here for a 3D image of this robot.
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