“…Mobile and well-protected attack robot: Galahad can always hide from attacks with a strong physical shield…” – in-game description
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|In-Game Cost||Real Value||Exp Level|
|Armaments||Standard Paint Jobs|
|Hardpoints||2× Light + 1x Medium|
|Default Weapons||2× Pinata + 1× Punisher T|
|Module Slots||Legendary Paint Jobs|
When the shield is in front of the robot, the Galahad's front (where most damage is received) is now protected from kinetic and energy damage, but its speed is reduced by 20%. The Galahad's physical shield does not protect the Galahad from splash damage, from Ember, Igniter and Blaze damage, or from special abilities' damage from the Mercury, Hellburner, Kid, and Arthur.
Galahad's medium speed and good protection make him a viable robot in the lower leagues. Its sturdy base level shield health of 101K is one of the record health pools in the lower leagues. Galahad is good for close-in engagement to fight for beacons or area defense, and does well when paired with another robot equipped with an Aegis or energy shield since Galahad is vulnerable to splash damage.
If the Road Hog (+10%), Scout (+5%) and Adamant Road Hog (+20%) pilot skills are added, the Galahad is capable of performing well as a beacon runner. However, by the time these become possible it is recommended to attach them to better robots.
Galahad's sturdy physical shield can still remain relevant even in the presence of more powerful robots if used tactically. It can increase the Galahad's speed when in passive mode and protect against kinetic and energy fire when active. The Galahad's shield is most effective against enemy robots using energy weapons, as unlike other weapons they cannot bypass or deal extra damage to it.
These setups are recommended for the Galahad:
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)
Strong close range setups include Magnums / Taran, Pinatas / Orkan, Gusts / Storm, or Punishers / Punisher T. Combining a Scourge with two Sparks makes for a very formidable close-range and mid-range setup, due to the Galahad excelling at closing in on enemies that are using non-rocket setups.
- The use of long range weaponry, as they do not deal enough damage to affect the enemy health pool considerably in the short run.
Mark I Statistics
|8||109,290||156,000||49||3,000,000||1 day 8 hours|
|9||116,270||166,000||50||6,000,000||1 day 16 hours|
|10||123,700||176,000||50||10,000,000||1 day 20 hours|
|11||131,600||188,000||50||16,000,000||2 days 4 hours|
|12||140,000||199,000||50||26,000,000||2 days 12 hours|
|Totals||63,940,000||11 days 11 hours 10 minutes|
Mark II Statistics
Note: Level 12 Mark I is required to enhance (purchase) to Mark II.
|5||150,400||213,800||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|6||153,000||217,500||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|7||155,600||221,200||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|8||158,200||224,900||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|9||160,800||228,600||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|10||163,400||232,300||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|11||166,000||236,000||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|12||168,600||239,700||50||7,500,000||1 day 6 hours|
|Totals||63,500,000||11 days 11 hours|
|5.0.0||Durability increased by 17%|
|4.8.0||Total Upgrade Time: 14 days 3 hours 10 minutes⟶11 days 11 hours 10 minutes|
|4.7.0||Total Upgrade Time: 17 days 3 hours 22 minutes⟶14 days 3 hours 10 minutes|
|4.5.0||Can no longer be produced via Workshop 2.0|
|4.2.0||Price changed from 2,500 gold to 10,000 Components (same value)|
|4.0.0||Total Upgrade Cost: 64,350,000 Ag⟶63,940,000 Ag|
Total Upgrade Time: 17 days 13 hours 20 minutes⟶17 days 3 hours 22 minutes
|3.3.0||New skin: Skeleton|
|2.7.0||New skin: Oathbreaker|
|1.9.0||Bug fix: No longer has difficulties firing while under the cover of its shield|
|1.8.0||Robot was added to the game|
- The Galahad is one of 8 robots that has a built-in physical shield, with the others being the Rhino, Raijin, Gareth, Bulgasari, Lancelot, Bulwark, and the Tyr .
- If you look very closely at the cockpit, you will see a "smile" on the cockpit.
- The Galahad is named after Sir Galahad, a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and one of the three achievers of the Holy Grail. He is the illegitimate son of Sir Lancelot and Elaine of Corbenic.
- Additionally, the Lancelot robot is named after Sir Lancelot, Galahad's father.
- This robot was added on August 3, 2016.