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Tier
3

Analysis by Ventus_Flame
T-Doll Role
Anti-Armor,
Burst DPS

Basic Info

Craft Time
5:20:00
Rarity

T-Doll Stats

Max HP 174
Max DMG 89
Max ACC 31
Max EVA 28
Max ROF 102
Stat rankings are class specific

Tileset

Affects SG
Rate of Fire10%
Accuracy12%

Skill

Lock and Load
Initial CD (8s)
Level 10 Effect Self DMG +30% / Num of Bullets +3 (8s)
Level 10 Cooldown 18 Seconds
Show All Skills Info
Lvl12345678910
CD 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18
DMG+ 18% (6s) 19.3% (6.2s) 20.7% (6.4s) 22% (0.7s) 23.3% (6.9s) 24.7% (7.1s) 26% (7.3s) 27.3% (7.6s) 28.7% (7.8s) 30% (8s)
Bullets+ 1 (6s) 1.2 (6.2s) 1.4 (6.4s) 1.7 (6.7s) 1.9 (6.9s) 2.1 (7.1s) 2.3 (7.3s) 2.6 (7.6s) 2.8 (7.8s) 3 (8s)

Overview

Bren is a relatively average unit who can sufficiently fill the MG role for players without better MG options due to a well-rounded but not terribly impressive stat line. Her average stats and long Initial Cooldown on her Skill, however make her an inefficient choice for use in the late game where MGs generally aim to finish battles quickly.

Strengths

High Damage in Extended Battles

Bren’s skill provides her with a powerful high-duration Damage buff. This allows her to deal significant damage in long battles.

Weaknesses

Weak Formation Buff

Although her buff tiles do not have terrible placement, Bren only provides RoF and Accuracy buffs to affected SGs, both of which are not terribly important stats for SGs.

Full Analysis

Bren has very middling stats, only heavily deviating from most MGs in her low Rate of Fire, where she ranks fourth lowest among MGs, but in general Bren falls just a little short of other MGs in terms of overall performance.

At max level, Bren’s Lock and Load Skill provides her with a 30% Damage buff for 8 seconds and increases her current clip size by 3. Although this buff can be very powerful in extended battles, its Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds means that this Skill will generally not activate in the shorter one-volley battles that MG Echelons prefer. Bren’s Formation buff is also rather unimpressive, as it only provides RoF and Accuracy bonuses to affected SG units. These are relatively unimportant stats for SGs, and as such players should prioritize positioning their other MGs rather than Bren to provide better buffs to their SG units.

Overall, Bren should only really be used as a primary MG if no better MGs are readily available. Her relatively average stats and mediocre Formation buff leave her unable to keep up with other MGs in terms of overall DPS and utility, and her long Initial Cooldown on her Skill means that her damage output is subpar in shorter late game battles. Bren is not terribly impressive and although she can fill the MG role decently well, players should generally replace her in their Echelons with better MG options when possible.

Team Options

 

HGs Or SGs With DMG Skills Or Formation Buffs

DMG buffs from HGs such as Mk23 and SAA or SGs such as KSG and M37 benefit Bren by increasing her total damage output when Lock and Load is active.

History/Trivia

The Bren light machine gun made its mark in history as one of the primary weapons of the British army in World War II, serving as a low-maintenance replacement for the Vickers MG. Recognized for its uniquely designed top-loading magazine system and portability, the Bren gun served British forces for over forty years in theatres of war around the world.

Acquisition
HeavyNormal
Illustrator
废人
Voice Actor
Sora Amamiya
Manufacturer
Royal Small Arms Factory,
Enfield
T-Doll Full Name
Bren Light Machine Gun
Country of Origin
United Kingdom

Other Stats

Armor
0
Ammo
40 / 65 / 90 / 115 / 140
Ration
30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90
Move Speed
4
Crit. Rate
5%
Crit. Damage
50%
Armor Pen.
10