Mech Bay[edit | edit source]
This page provides overview of mech bay in RogueTech.
Mech Assembly[edit | edit source]
During mission you will get various salvage including mech parts. Assembling mechs in RogueTech is a little bit different from the original game where you always needed the partial mech salvage of the same variant to assemble a mech, i.e. 3 out of 3 pieces of TDR-5S. In RogueTech you are more flexible with the assembly:
- Assemble for free if you have all the parts from the same variant, i.e. 5 out of 5 pieces of TDR-5S
- Assemble for an additional cost if you have different variants of the same mech, i.e. 3 out of 5 pieces of TDR-5S and 2 pieces of TDR-5SS. The cost will depend on parts value, but usually is within couple of tens thousands of C-Bills.
- Assemble for a high additional cost if you assembling a mech combining parts of "Elite" variants with ordinary parts or parts of other "Elite" variants, i.e. 3 out of 5 pieces of TDR-E5 (Eris) and 2 out of 5 pieces of TDR-5S. The cost will range from several hundred thousands to several millions C-bills per part.
- Omni-mechs can be assembled from parts of different variants without any additional cost.
- Special Mech variants (excluding OmniMechs) require 50% or more of total parts to assemble. This includes: Elite, Primitive
Storage[edit | edit source]
In RogueTech the mechs and partial mech salvage are in different colors. Below is the explanation for all the color codes.
Mech Colors[edit | edit source]
Mech colors reflect whether the salvage is ready for assembly.
|Grey||Partial mech salvage
Cannot be assembled
|Yellow||Partial mech salvage
Can be assembled from different variants
|Green||Full mech salvage
Ready to be assembled
Can be readied on request
Background Colors[edit | edit source]
Background colors reflect mech weight class, and also if this is an "Elite" mech.
It can be assembled from other variants at an increased cost