“…A robot that can sacrifice its firepower for continuous invisibility or vice versa…” – in-game description
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|In-Game Cost||Real Value||Exp Level|
|Armaments||Standard Paint Jobs|
|Default Weapons||3× Pinata|
|Module Slots||Legendary Paint Jobs|
|Workshop Production Information|
|1 Day Cost||3 Day Cost|
Loki is one of the three robots in the Ragnarok Squad, the others being the Tyr and Fenrir. It has two modes: Assault mode and Recon mode. In Recon mode the Loki loses the ability to fire its weapons but goes into permanent stealth and gains a speed boost (+30 kph). In Assault mode it can fire its weapons but loses the speed buff and stealth.
Note: there is a 5 second cooldown between switching modes.
The Loki is arguably the most irritating robot in the game thanks to the ability to stay in stealth for as long as the player desires. With 3 light slots it has the same firepower as a Pursuer and as such should be played similar to one when choosing to attack. The main difference is while the Pursuer can be both offensive and temporarily defensive at the same time (weapons, stealth and speed boost), the Loki sacrifices its offensive capability in exchange for permanent stealth along with a larger speed boost.
While using the Loki, players should optimize its ability to capture unnoticed beacons, sabotage unsuspecting targets, and distract groups of enemies by moving behind enemy lines.
The Loki is vulnerable to enemies equipped with Quantum Radar and by weapons with low-mounted hardpoints (such as the Invader, Blitz, and Rayker). Using the Phase Shift module is a good counter to bots targeting the Loki with Quantum Radar.
One of the Ragnarok Trio, Loki stands for trickery and deadly steps. Armed with 3 light weapons it has enough firepower to inflict damage, and the speed, stealth, and mobility to escape danger. Once stealth mode is activated the Loki's weapons fold back, and only Quantum Radar, blind aiming, the Kid's Stove, or the Arthur's Blast Wave can damage the little robot. The Loki is extremely delicate and can be destroyed within seconds by high-power weaponry. It is predominantly used in beacon games.
These setups are recommended for the Loki:
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.
However, utility weapons can be effectively mixed with standard weaponry, for example the Halo (a root weapon) could be used on one light slot, and a Gust on another. This is because weapons such as the Halo give up firepower for the utility of locking down enemies.
Close Range (350m or less)
Mark I Statistics
|1||76,400||40||10,000 or 14,000|
|5||96,600||45||2,000,000||1 day 4 hours|
|6||102,400||46||4,000,000||2 days 18 hours|
|7||108,500||48||6,000,000||4 days 6 hours|
|8||115,000||49||11,000,000||5 days 4 hours|
|9||121,900||50||17,000,000||5 days 20 hours|
|10||129,200||50||36,000,000||6 days 4 hours|
|11||137,000||50||52,000,000||6 days 12 hours|
|12||145,200||50||70,000,000||6 days 20 hours|
|Totals||198,700,000||39 days 13 hours|
Mark II Statistics
Note: Level 12 Mark I is required to enhance (purchase) to Mark II.
|6.0.1||New limited edition skin: Ardent (Operation: Iron Phoenix Part 2)|
New skin: Ardent
|5.6.0||New limited edition skin: Mistletoe (Christmas 2019)|
|5.5.0||New limited edition skin: Alien (Halloween 2019)|
|5.0.0||Robot was added to the game|
- Loki is trickster god in Norse mythology, known for being able to shapeshift and being one of the sneakiest gods.
- Near the area his name is, an Odal can be seen
- A lot of players dislike this robot because the stealth lasts forever.
- This robot was added on April 25, 2019.