A multifunctional Titan produced by EvoLife. Depending on the mode, it can
either repair allies or increase their damage. After its destruction, the titanlaunches microbots that restore grey damage to allies.
- — in-game description
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|In-Game Cost||Real Value||Exp Level|
|Titan||Shapeshift + Golden Horn|
|Armaments||Standard Paint Jobs|
|Default Weapons||4x Retaliator|
|Module Slots||Legendary Paint Jobs|
|Passive||4 (Assault, Defense, Universal, Universal)|
The Heimdall's primary ability is named Shapeshift. The ability allows Heimdall switch between two modes: In Repair Mode, Heimdall moves at an increased speed of 20% and activates a repair nanobot generator that repairs the Titan and its allies within 100m range. In Attack Mode, the Titan moves slower, but activates a built-in energy cannon that automatically fires at a locked-on enemy within range of 500m in addition to a durable frontal physical shield with info needed hitpoints at base level. Allies standing next to the Heimdall receive a 10% damage bonus.
The Heimdall's second ability is named Golden Horn. In Repair Mode, Golden Horn amplifies the effect of repair nanobots, restoring more durability and providing a speed bonus to itself and nearby enemies for a short time. In Attack Mode, Golden Horn activates an additional non-guided, splash-damage grenade launcher which inflicts a 75% Suppression effect on the enemy for 5 seconds hit by the rocket and aoe.
The Heimdall’s third (passive) ability is named Glorious Death. When destroyed, the Heimdall restores 10% gray damage and instantly heals all allies within 100m range.
Because both Heimdall abilities support teammates, the titan is best run as a close range brawler. Whether in Repair or Attack Mode, Heimdall's abilities become stronger and more valuable to the team the more allies that are in close proximity to the titan. It is recommended to stay near your allies when you have low health, because when Heimdall dies, it explodes providing massive amounts of health to allies around it.
The Heimdall is decently fast for a Titan while in Support Mode, so it can act as a critical member of small strike teams intending to take out valuable targets or to capture beacons. While the team is on-the-go, Support Mode is recommended to keep up with the more light and agile robots while repairing allies from any previous battles, whilst Attack Mode is recommended while in a brawl to boost allies' damage output, and to increase the Heimdall's survivability.
Golden Horn is recommended to be activated only in Attack Mode. While the additional repairs in Support Mode are a nice bonus, they can be achieved easily provided with enough time without the ability. However, Golden Horn in Attack Mode not only adds a new type of damage (splash) into Heimdall's arsenal, but also gains a Suppression effect which is extremely useful for combat in reducing enemies' firepower for a few critical seconds.
|Boosted Healing||Boosted Gun Damage||Shield Durability||Boosted Healing||Boosted Gun Damage||Shield Durability|
|8.1.0||New limited edition: Scavenger Heimdall|
|7.9.0||Titan added into the game|
- In Norse mythology, Heimdall (from Old Norse Heimdallr, [ˈhɛimˌdɑlːz̠]) is a god that keeps watch for invaders and the onset of Ragnarök from his dwelling Himinbjörg, where the burning rainbow bridge Bifröst meets the sky. Heimdall is known for possessing foreknowledge and keen senses, particularly eyesight and hearing. The god and his possessions are described in enigmatic manners. For example, Heimdall is gold-toothed, "the head is called his sword," and he is "the whitest of the gods."
- Heimdall is the first truly hybrid titan - it fills the role of support or combatant.
- Heimdall is very similar to Tyr, by having 4 weapons slots, having a physical shield, shapesift between attack and repair mode, area repairing, good speed boost, and insta-heal.