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The Godsbane is the upgraded version of the Giantsbane created when one is infused by a Nanofiber Sync. They trade off their weapons and a bit of armor to make them not only resistant to EMPs, but also gives them a nanofiber thread attack capable of bringing down very large and seemingly powerful units as its name suggests.
With the rich infusion of nanofibers, the Giantsbane sacrifices some of its armored protection in order to enhance its weapon systems. Two additional cannons, making it look as though it has four limbs, are mounted on the sides of its torso. Instead of using Golden Rocket launchers, the Godsbane instead mounts experimental weaponized nanofiber launchers. These nanofibers are capable of punching through enemy armor and structures with incredible speed and force.
Just as its original form is said to be a ‘bane of giants’, the Godsbane itself is more than capable of instilling fear in the gods themselves.
- Very destructive against armored vehicles and structures.
- Attacks can hit multiple targets.
- Weapon briefly stuns ground units and disables buildings.
- Decent attack range.
- Stronger firepower than Giantsbane.
- Still very durable.
- Immune to Dogs and Spooks.
- Immune to EMP.
- Cannot be crushed by any vehicles.
- Requires Nanofiber Sync to upgrade.
- Vulnerable to magnetic weapons.
- Fairly slow.
- Less durable than the Giantsbane.
- Loses its ability to attack aircraft.
- Takes 3 slots in transports.
The Godsbane uses the same quotes as the Giantsbane with some additions:
- Nanofiber sync stable.
- We have risen.
- The winds are changing.
When ordered to fire
- K and boom.
- The Godsbane uses the death sounds of the Stalker, but lower pitched. The same applies to the Giantsbane.
- The Godsbane's old description references Thor Gunship and Perun Flagship, both are coincidentally named after gods in mythologies.
- Ironically, both of them are air units and the Godsbane has no anti-air attack.