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The '''Detpack''', or '''Detonation Pack''', is a large charge of explosives that is used by the engineer class of [[Regular Infantry|regular infantry]], as well as heroes [[Boba Fett]] and [[Han Solo]].
 
The '''Detpack''', or '''Detonation Pack''', is a large charge of explosives that is used by the engineer class of [[Regular Infantry|regular infantry]], as well as heroes [[Boba Fett]] and [[Han Solo]].
   
[[Image:Detpack.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A Detpack]]The charge is set off remotely via a controller and the detpack itself can be stuck onto any surface or vehicles. This attack is very useful for taking out things with a lot of [[health]], and it is the most controlled of all the explosives on the game.
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[[Image:Detpack.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A Detpack]]
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The charge is set off remotely via a controller and the detpack itself can be stuck onto any surface or vehicles. This attack is very useful for taking out things with a lot of [[health]], and it is the most controlled of all the explosives on the game.
   
 
[[File:D5a.PNG|thumb|D-5 Detpack]]
 
[[File:D5a.PNG|thumb|D-5 Detpack]]

Revision as of 12:37, October 19, 2012

The Detpack, or Detonation Pack, is a large charge of explosives that is used by the engineer class of regular infantry, as well as heroes Boba Fett and Han Solo.

Detpack

A Detpack

The charge is set off remotely via a controller and the detpack itself can be stuck onto any surface or vehicles. This attack is very useful for taking out things with a lot of health, and it is the most controlled of all the explosives on the game.

D5a

D-5 Detpack

Because of the fact you drop it, the detpack is most effective against slow/immobile targets, and for setting traps.

Though you can only have one out at a time, if you have one deployed and die before it detonates, you can respawn as a class with detpacks and the currently deployed one will still remain on the field.

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