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Fenrir   Giftbringer Fenrir   Cryptic Fenrir

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…A well-protected robot that can switch between modes to increase either its mobility or combat efficiency… – in-game description



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Purchase Information FenrirInfobox.png
In-Game Cost Real Value Icn info for user popup.png Exp Level Icn info for user popup.png
10,000 Components or
14,000 Gold
$100 14
Robot Information
Class Icn info for user popup.png Ability Icn info for user popup.png Faction Icn info for user popup.png
MediumRobotinfobox.png
Medium
FenrirMobileModeinfobox.png
Shapeshift Icn info for user popup.png
Evolifeinfobox.png
EvoLife
Base Statistics
PilotRankPrivate icon.png
Level
Shield icon.png
Durability Icn info for user popup.png
Speed icon.png
Speed
1 99,190 42 kph
Armaments Standard Paint Jobs
Hardpoints Medium + 1x Heavy Default Midas Skojld
Default Weapons 2x Punisher T + 1x Thunder
Module Slots Legendary Paint Jobs Icn info for user popup.png
Active Yes Berserker Midas Skojld
Passive 3
Other Legendary Pilots
Tier Icn info for user popup.png IV Linda Cano  Nicolas Wodanson Bernadette Wolff
Wiki Class Icn info for user popup.png Heavy
Workshop Production Information
1 Day Cost Silver 3 Day Cost Silver
290,000 950,000
Components Components Components Components
60 170


Introduction

The Fenrir is a medium robot with a heavy and 2 medium hardpoints. It is unofficially classified as a heavy robot based on wiki criteria.

Ability

Fenrir is one of the Four robots in the Ragnarok Squad, the others being the Tyr, Loki, and Fafnir. Fenrir's ability is called Shapeshift, and features two modes: Assault Mode and Tank Mode. In Assault Mode the Fenrir gains a speed boost and Aegis-class shield, however, its heavy weapon folds back and cannot be fired. In Tank Mode the Fenrir loses the Aegis shield and speed boost and deploys the heavy weapon and receives 50% damage resistance to all weapon types (except for defense mitigation weapons). While in this mode the Aegis shield regenerates its lost durability at 4.5% of its capacity per second, and must regenerate to 15,000 capacity (regardless of level) in order for the shield to be usable.

Strategy

With the Bernadette Legendary Pilot the Fenrir is a tank that can brawl quite well. Without the pilot, the Fenrir is good for flanking, then selectively engaging targets. It is built for short periods of intense brawling after chipping away at enemies from mid-range. In a one-vs-one engagement the Fenrir excels with its very impressive survivability due to its high health and two ability modes offering different forms of protection.

It can use its Assault Mode with increased speed to flank opponents while making use of its Aegis shield, switching to Tank Mode if the shield is depleted or if the Fenrir engages an opponent. While in Tank Mode the Fenrir deploys all weapons and gains 50% damage resistance, allowing it to tank damage and brawl at close range. While in Tank Mode the Aegis shield regenerates allowing the Fenrir to retreat to safety or provide momentary protection from incoming damage. The primary purpose of the Aegis shield is for extra survivability when moving, not for sustained brawling, due to its low shield health. When fighting, the vast majority of time you should be in Tank Mode and close to cover. It is recommended to only rely on the Aegis shield to stop damage when the incoming fire is low DPS or when a burst of splash weapons is depleted (such as a Tulumbas or a Cryo).

Threat Measure

The Fenrir is one of seven robots (Blitz, Bulwark, Cerberus, Jaeger, Typhon and Erebus are the others) to be mounted with a special Aegis-class shield that blocks all weapon damage. The Fenrir is great at flanking and close-range engagement, and if equipped with the right weapons, it can dominate at mid-range. Fenrir is a powerful threat in the higher leagues.


Possible Setups

These are effective setups for the Fenrir:

Note: When "Opt." is next to a slot type, it refers to one of the multiple options that can be used in combination with the other weapon(s) slot type(s).

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 Heavy Slot Medium Slot
(Opt. 1)
Medium Slot
(Opt. 2)
Medium Slot
(Opt. 3)
#Slots x1 x2 x2 x2 Name
(If Applicable)
Setup 1
Thunder.png
Storm.png
Corona.png
Orkan.png
Shotgun (Opt. 1)
Setup 2
Redeemer.png
Taran.png
Corona.png
Plasma Death Button (Opt. 1)
Setup 3
Exodus.png
Orkan.png
Corona.png
Death Button (Opt. 1)
Setup 4
Ember.png
Taran.png
Orkan.png
Corona.png
Hellfire (Opt. 1) (?)
Setup 5
Avenger.png
Punisher T.png
Storm.png
Corona.png
Leadhose (Opt. 1)
Setup 6
Glory.png
Corona.png
Storm.png
Energy Shotgun (Opt. 1)

Mid-Range (500-600m)

Slot Types Heavy Slot Medium Slot
(Opt. 1)
Medium Slot
(Opt. 2)
Medium Slot
(Opt. 3)
#Slots x1 x2 x2 x2
Setup 1
Calamity.png
Scourge.png
Corona.png
Pulsar.png

Setup 2

Viper.png
Scourge.png
Corona.png
Wasp.png

Setup 3

Zeus.png
Tulumbas.png
Scourge.png
Ion.png

Setup 4

Nucleon.png
Atomizer.png

Mark I Statistics

Purchase Information

PilotRankPrivate icon.png
Level
Shield icon.png
Durability
EnergyShield.png
Aegis Shield
Speed icon.png
Speed
Goldcomponents.png
Cost
1 99,190 31,360 42 10,000 Components or 14,000 Gold

Upgrade Information

PilotRankPrivate icon.png
Level
Shield icon.png
Durability
EnergyShield.png
Aegis Shield
Speed icon.png
Speed
AgIcon.png
Cost
Duration.png
Time
2 105,530 33,370 43 100,000 2 hours
3 112,270 35,500 44 200,000 5 hours
4 119,440 37,770 45 400,000 14 hours
5 127,070 40,190 46 2,000,000 1 day 4 hours
6 135,190 42,760 47 4,000,000 2 days 18 hours
7 143,820 45,490 48 6,000,000 4 days 6 hours
8 153,010 48,400 49 11,000,000 5 days 4 hours
9 162,780 51,490 50 17,000,000 5 days 20 hours
10 173,180 54,780 50 36,000,000 6 days 4 hours
11 184,240 58,280 50 52,000,000 6 days 12 hours
12 196,000 62,000 50 70,000,000 6 days 20 hours
Cost Time
Totals 198,700,000 39 days 13 hours


Mark II Statistics

Purchase Information

PilotRankPrivate icon.png
Level
Shield icon.png
Durability
EnergyShield.png
Aegis Shield
Speed icon.png
Speed
Gold-icon.png
Cost
1 196,000 62,000 50 500

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

Upgrade Information

PilotRankPrivate icon.png
Level
Shield icon.png
Durability
EnergyShield.png
Aegis Shield
Speed icon.png
Speed
AgIcon.png
Cost
Duration.png
Time
2 199,600 63,100 50 2,500,000 1 day
3 203,200 64,200 50 5,000,000 2 days
4 206,800 65,300 50 10,000,000 3 days
5 210,400 66,400 50 22,500,000 4 days
6 214,000 67,500 50 22,500,000 4 days
7 217,600 68,600 50 22,500,000 4 days
8 221,200 69,700 50 22,500,000 4 days
9 224,800 70,800 50 22,500,000 4 days
10 228,400 71,900 50 22,500,000 4 days
11 232,000 73,000 50 22,500,000 4 days
12 235,600 74,100 50 22,500,000 4 days
Cost Time
Totals 197,500,000 38 days


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Update History

Version Changes
6.6.0 New limited edition model: Cryptic Fenrir (Operation: Cryptic Fall (Part 1))
6.3.0 Speed in mobile mode ↑ 5%
6.2.2 New limited edition skin: Skojld (Operation: Thunderous Roar (Part 2))
New skin: Skojld
5.7.2 Giftbringer model bonus durability increased from 5% → 10%
New limited edition skin: Berserker (Operation: Dark Nebula)
5.6.0 Aegis shield regen increased by 10%
New alternative model: Giftbringer Fenrir (Christmas 2019)
5.4.0 New limited edition skin: Midas (Yan-di Showdown 2019)
5.0.0 Robot was added to the game

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Trivia

  • Fenrir is named after the terrifying wolf in Norse mythology (Fenrir wolf) that is prophesied to devour the sun on Ragnarok and defeat Odin, King of the gods.
  • The Leech reuses the lights that appear when Fenrir activates Defensive Mode.
  • This robot was added on April 25, 2019.
  • The Fenrir is the first robot to have three legendary pilots
  • The Fenrir does have an ambient sound effect when it enters Assault Mode, though is easily missed. This also applies to its special edition variants.
  • Cryptic Fenrir might be a reference to Canoptek robotic constructs utilized by the Necrons from Warhammer 40000 universe.


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