• This article covers the Ghorkov unit Yang (Mrat-9).
    Yang (Mrat-9).


    (This article is currently under construction!)


    1 Statistics

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    2 Overview

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    3 Attributes

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    4 Technology Upgrades

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    5 Gallery

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    6 Trivia

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    7 Notes

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Original Urban Assault help files entry.

Yang


Class:Bomber

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Weapon type:Bomb
Machine gun:No
Firepower:*
Fire rate:*****
Hit points:**
Armor:*
Speed:****
Best used against:Tanks


This bomber is propeller-driven and slow, but it carries light-yield bombs with an area effect that is devastating against light ground units. Although its bombs are lower yield than those of the Ghargoil 3, its faster fire rate and slow-descent anti-gravity bombs can create a wall of fire to block ground and air units. Commanders of The Resistance must take advantage of the Yang's slow speed and pick it off before it can deliver its payload. The Yang is first seen toward the middle of the campaign.

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This section contains basic in-game information and properties of the object.

Single-Player & Multiplayer

Yang

Vehicle NameYang (Mrat9)
Vehicle ID130
Vehicle ClassLight Propeller Bomber (plane)
Energy20000 (200)
Shield10%
Radar Range1
AI Flight Altitude350
AI Attack Distance (vs Sectors)1250
AI Attack Distance (vs Units)1200
AI Retreat Distance (vs Sectors)300
AI Retreat Distance (vs Units)300
AI Task Preference Rating7 (vs Host Station)
7 (vs Aircraft)
8 (vs Helicopter)
4 (vs Tank)
2 (Sector Conquest)
5 (Reconnaissance)

Weapon System

Weapon ID17
Weapon ClassAnti-gravity Mine Bomb (bomb)
Weapon Firepower7000 (70)
Damage Multiplierx1.5 vs Tanks
Rate of Fire (AI)200 (0.2 seconds)
Rate of Fire (User)200 (0.2 seconds)
Salvo Count30
Salvo Delay10000 (10 seconds)
Machine Gun/AutocannonNo



Notes:

* The unit of time used in the game engine/data script is in milliseconds by default.

* All energy values that appear in the game are divided by 100 from the actual engine/data script values.

* Player-controlled units will receive -60% incoming damage and increased manoeuvrability, as well as alternative firepower.

* AI-specific parameters such as flight altitudes or attack patterns are completely ignored when the unit is directly controlled by the player.

* AI-controlled air units can override their pre-set flight altitude values when targeting player-controlled vehicles above them, or when attacking host stations.

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