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Mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mobile mortars can be produced at the turret factory in Ardheim, once it has reached level 2, for the cost of 250 steel, 250 ammunition, and 1 flywheel. They work like other turrets -- you drop them like a support (but only on your half of the battlefield), and then they stay there and fight as a normal (but non-moving) unit. Mobile mortars work much like ordinary mortars, although they have a ...

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Modified mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Like the other "modified" turrets, the modified mobile mortar is a significantly upgraded version of the mobile mortar. It delivers a truly impressive rate of fire with significant damage, comparable to a fully upgraded version of a regular mobile mortar. Like other turrets, it

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Mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mortars are a type of strategic point. While not as common as machine guns, and there are many maps which don't have any mortars, they are still quite valuable. Their ability to do damage at very long ranges to groups of enemy units makes them extremely powerful (although dangerous against melee units, since it's very easy for them to hit your own units in that case). The following table lists ...

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Support IronRage Wiki Fandom

Support units are the last kind of unit available to you in Iron Rage, and they are different from the other units in the game -- they are not troops which fight on the battlefield, but rather things like artillery barrages which are dropped directly on a given point on the battlefield. Some supports will hurt enemy troops, while others will benefit your own troops. Careful use of supports can ...

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Blood on the Snow IronRage Wiki Fandom

"Blood on the Snow" is the special Christmas event. It was first launched December 20, 2019, running for three weeks. In 2020, it appeared again on December 24, with new shop items and slightly reduced fuel costs. In it, you can fight in a special event campaign in normal and heroic modes, and use the rewards to decorate your base's Christmas tree to earn special rewards. For the official ...

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Ordinary chest IronRage Wiki Fandom

Ordinary chests are the most common type of chest found in the game and have the least valuable drops. They can be bought in the chest shop for 25 gold, although they are a common reward for completing daily quests and additional missions. Level 1 clan quests can have 5 common chests as part of their rewards. 1 Resources 2 Units 3 Manuals 4 Collection items 5 Blueprints 6 Equipment parts ...

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Mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mobile mortars can be produced at the turret factory in Ardheim, once it has reached level 2, for the cost of 250 steel, 250 ammunition, and 1 flywheel. They work like other turrets -- you drop them like a support (but only on your half of the battlefield), and then they stay there and fight as a normal (but non-moving) unit. Mobile mortars work much like ordinary mortars, although they have a ...

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Modified mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Like the other "modified" turrets, the modified mobile mortar is a significantly upgraded version of the mobile mortar. It delivers a truly impressive rate of fire with significant damage, comparable to a fully upgraded version of a regular mobile mortar. Like other turrets, it

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Mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mortars are a type of strategic point. While not as common as machine guns, and there are many maps which don't have any mortars, they are still quite valuable. Their ability to do damage at very long ranges to groups of enemy units makes them extremely powerful (although dangerous against melee units, since it's very easy for them to hit your own units in that case). The following table lists ...

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Support IronRage Wiki Fandom

Support units are the last kind of unit available to you in Iron Rage, and they are different from the other units in the game -- they are not troops which fight on the battlefield, but rather things like artillery barrages which are dropped directly on a given point on the battlefield. Some supports will hurt enemy troops, while others will benefit your own troops. Careful use of supports can ...

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Coliseum IronRage Wiki Fandom

"Coliseum" is a new special event that started July 10, 2020 and ran for two weeks. During the event, you can fight in a special campaign in normal mode or heroic mode. The goal of the event is to unlock areas on the campaign map and win battles in those areas to earn currency that can be spent in the campaign store. This event store includes some exclusive themed units, equipment, and hero ...

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Blood on the Snow IronRage Wiki Fandom

"Blood on the Snow" is the special Christmas event. It was first launched December 20, 2019, running for three weeks. In 2020, it appeared again on December 24, with new shop items and slightly reduced fuel costs. In it, you can fight in a special event campaign in normal and heroic modes, and use the rewards to decorate your base's Christmas tree to earn special rewards. For the official ...

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Labyrinth IronRage Wiki Fandom

Labyrinth is a new special event released November 13, 2020, as a post-Halloween event, and lasting 19 days. In the event, you investigate the mysterious labyrinth holding secrets guarded by Keeper, and encounter strange new enemies and new research items. An update was released November 20, which added a new Heroic mode, as well as some various rebalancing (change in the costs and troops in ...

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Ordinary chest IronRage Wiki Fandom

Ordinary chests are the most common type of chest found in the game and have the least valuable drops. They can be bought in the chest shop for 25 gold, although they are a common reward for completing daily quests and additional missions. Level 1 clan quests can have 5 common chests as part of their rewards. 1 Resources 2 Units 3 Manuals 4 Collection items 5 Blueprints 6 Equipment parts ...

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Mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mobile mortars can be produced at the turret factory in Ardheim, once it has reached level 2, for the cost of 250 steel, 250 ammunition, and 1 flywheel. They work like other turrets -- you drop them like a support (but only on your half of the battlefield), and then they stay there and fight as a normal (but non-moving) unit. Mobile mortars work much like ordinary mortars, although they have a ...

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Modified mobile mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Like the other "modified" turrets, the modified mobile mortar is a significantly upgraded version of the mobile mortar. It delivers a truly impressive rate of fire with significant damage, comparable to a fully upgraded version of a regular mobile mortar. Like other turrets, it

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Mortar IronRage Wiki Fandom

Mortars are a type of strategic point. While not as common as machine guns, and there are many maps which don't have any mortars, they are still quite valuable. Their ability to do damage at very long ranges to groups of enemy units makes them extremely powerful (although dangerous against melee units, since it's very easy for them to hit your own units in that case). The following table lists ...

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Support IronRage Wiki Fandom

Support units are the last kind of unit available to you in Iron Rage, and they are different from the other units in the game -- they are not troops which fight on the battlefield, but rather things like artillery barrages which are dropped directly on a given point on the battlefield. Some supports will hurt enemy troops, while others will benefit your own troops. Careful use of supports can ...

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Coliseum IronRage Wiki Fandom

"Coliseum" is a new special event that started July 10, 2020 and ran for two weeks. During the event, you can fight in a special campaign in normal mode or heroic mode. The goal of the event is to unlock areas on the campaign map and win battles in those areas to earn currency that can be spent in the campaign store. This event store includes some exclusive themed units, equipment, and hero ...

get price

Blood on the Snow IronRage Wiki Fandom

"Blood on the Snow" is the special Christmas event. It was first launched December 20, 2019, running for three weeks. In 2020, it appeared again on December 24, with new shop items and slightly reduced fuel costs. In it, you can fight in a special event campaign in normal and heroic modes, and use the rewards to decorate your base's Christmas tree to earn special rewards. For the official ...

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Labyrinth IronRage Wiki Fandom

Labyrinth is a new special event released November 13, 2020, as a post-Halloween event, and lasting 19 days. In the event, you investigate the mysterious labyrinth holding secrets guarded by Keeper, and encounter strange new enemies and new research items. An update was released November 20, which added a new Heroic mode, as well as some various rebalancing (change in the costs and troops in ...

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Ordinary chest IronRage Wiki Fandom

Ordinary chests are the most common type of chest found in the game and have the least valuable drops. They can be bought in the chest shop for 25 gold, although they are a common reward for completing daily quests and additional missions. Level 1 clan quests can have 5 common chests as part of their rewards. 1 Resources 2 Units 3 Manuals 4 Collection items 5 Blueprints 6 Equipment parts ...

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