Streamlined Kits

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Streamlined Kits

20 Recharge time  

Specialization
Engineer tango icon 20px.png Tools (trait list)
Tier
Master
Type
Major
Training cost
5 Hero points
Game link
External links
API

Equipping an Engineering Kit creates an attack or spell and grants you swiftness.

 Swiftness.png Swiftness (20s): 33% Movement Speed

— In-game description

Skills[edit]

Equipped kit Attack/Spell Description
Flamethrower.png Flamethrower Fire Shield.png Fire Shield Activate a fire shield that burns enemies who strike you, granting might for each burn applied.
Elixir Gun.png Elixir Gun Slick Shoes.png Glue Trail Leave a trail of glue behind you that hampers enemy movement.
Bomb Kit.png Bomb Kit Bomb.png Magnetic Bomb Set a timed charge that pulls nearby foes.
Grenade Kit.png Grenade Kit Grenade Kit.png Drop Mine Drop a mine that deals damage to enemies that trigger it.
Tool Kit.png Tool Kit Tool Kit.png Superspeed Run at double speed.
Med Kit.png Med Kit Magnetic Aura (effect).png Magnetic Aura Reflect projectiles with magnetic energy.
Elite Mortar Kit.png Elite Mortar Kit Throw Gunk.png Drop Gunk Drop gunk at your location to inflict a random condition.

Notes[edit]

  • The cooldown is in the trait, not on each skill, so all skills will share it.
  • The Streamlined Kits effect is used to indicate the trait is not on cooldown.

Version history[edit]

For a detailed trait history, see here.

Patch Changes
February 22, 2017
  • Skills that count as explosions for the traits Steel-Packed Powder, Explosive Powder, and Shrapnel are now marked with a skill fact.
    • Skills that do not hit the enemy, such as Smoke Bomb and Magnetic Bomb, are no longer considered explosions for combat clarity reasons.
October 18, 2016
  • Glue Trail: Fixed a bug that caused this skill to affect certain friendly NPCs.
September 29, 2015
  • Fixed an issue that allowed miniatures to detonate mines created by equipping a grenade kit.
June 24, 2015
  • Fixed a bug that prevented this trait's recharge from triggering properly when equipping Elite Mortar Kit.
June 23, 2015 Specialization update:
  • Streamlined Kits has been added to the game.