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Strategy[edit | edit source]
Resophore allows Forcefields to serve as cheap -producing units, costing only and a Drone each. If the Drone is re-bought immediately after consuming, the Forcefield effectively cost 4, putting it on par with many of the cheap red attacking units such as Electrovore and Tarsier, with the added benefits of being able to block while producing attack and being Prompt, as well as having the additional option of not rebuilding the Drone consumed, effectively serving a significant reduction to its cost in exchange for losing out on gold on future turns. Additionally, as Green can easily be stored, many Forcefields can easily be bought right as the Resophore is about to finish construction for a rapid and large increase in damage, albeit at the cost of a large portion of one's economy.
Note that, due to its lengthy Buildtime, Resophore should generally be bought somewhat early on - if bought too late there's a large chance that the game will be decided before it's done building. Its low cost typically permits doing just that. However, if players are rapidly rushing to large amounts of attack and pressure, Resophore might still be too slow.
If buying resophore, units that consume Drones, such as Plasmafier, Trinity Drone and The Wincer, may be less useful than normal as they limit the amount of Forcefields one can buy due to reducing the amount of Drones available. Similarily, if planning to use such units, Resophore is likely to not be worth purchasing.
To understand what types of sets Resophore is good in, consider the following reasoning: Resophore consumes your Drones, and is thus more valuable when Drones are less valuable. Drones produce gold, which is more valuable when there are more efficient units you can buy with it. Thus, efficient soak units like Polywall and Plexo Cell make Resophore weaker, as do efficient attackers such as Shadowfang and Tantalum Ray. Large absorbers, however, make it stronger as they make the game longer giving Resophore more time to pay off.
Change log[edit | edit source]
- June 30th, 2015
- May 23rd, 2015
- April 16th, 2015
- Cost decreased from 11 + consume a Drone to 10.
- HP increased from 2 to 4.
- No longer does +1 at start of the turn.
- No longer a defender.
- April 2nd, 2015
- Officially added to the game after being the survivor of the April Fools units.