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I love the smell of napalm in the morning.
- A Buratino driver enjoying the carnage he creates
The Buratino is a long-range rocket artillery used by the Latin Confederation.


The TOS-1 Heavy Flamethrower System, known better for its nickname Buratino, was one of the Soviet Union's finest artillery pieces in between the wars. However, when the new Scud Launcher was introduced with its superior range and damage to enemy structures, the Buratino was phased out and retired from active duty.

But as the Third Great War progressed, the Latin Confederation, who did not develop an artillery unit of their own, was in need of vehicles capable of long range destruction in order to directly assault American fortifications. Due to Scud Launchers being in short supply at the time because of high demand, the Buratino is now produced in Turbo, Colombia and is a vital asset for the Confederation's arsenal.

The warheads that the Buratino fires contain a combustible liquid which produce a high temperature cloud of flame followed by a crushing shock wave. This makes the TOS-1 a great weapon for destroying enemy structures and killing infantry.



Act One


  • Very effective against enemy structures and infantry.
  • Rockets deal scatter damage in a target area.
  • Can safely destroy most defensive structures from a long range.
  • Inexpensive for a siege vehicle ($1200).

  • Lightly armored.
  • Vulnerable to aerial and anti-armor threats.
  • Exploitable minimum range.
  • Not as effective against enemy tanks.
  • Not very accurate and may cause friendly fire.


The Buratino is voiced by Knoster.

When selected

When ordered to move

  • Moving in.
  • Let's catch them by surprise.
  • Hot on their heels.
  • Find a vantage point.
  • Keep us out of their sights.

When ordered to attack

  • Watch them dance like puppets!
  • I won't lie to you - this will be painful.
  • Let's spice the place up.
  • Empty the launch tubes!
  • Smells like victory.


  • The Buratino is clearly based on the TOS-1 "Buratino" thermobaric MLRS used by the Russian Army.
  • Azri_Apoc is credited as the voxel artist for Buratino.

See also