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Initial CD (8s)
Level 10 Effect Invulnerable (4s)
Level 10 Cooldown 16 Seconds
G36C is essentially a more balanced version of Thompson, although they both generally find their use in the exact same situations. Like Thompson, G36 has the Force Shield skill and a very high base HP pool, meaning she has excellent survivability against bosses and other burst damage-based enemies in long battles. Unlike Thompson, however, G36C has a more well-rounded stat block — namely in her significantly higher Evasion — and is therefore a somewhat better choice for general use as a tank.
Excellent Survivability in Long Battles
G36C boasts one of the highest HP caps among SMGs and has the Force Shield skill, making her a strong tank in boss fights or other extended battles.
Good Formation Buff Pattern
G36C’s Formation buff provides both Damage and RoF boosts to ARs in all tiles behind her, making her a suitable tank for multi-AR teams.
Vulnerability in Short Battles
G36C has slightly below-average Evasion, and when combined with the long Initial Cooldown on Force Shield, she ends up being more vulnerable to chip damage in short and medium length battles.
G36C has a relatively well-rounded stat block, having the second highest DMG cap and being tied for the third highest HP among SMGs. Her Evasion and RoF are only slightly below the class averages as well, meaning that statistically G36C does not really have any major shortcomings when compared to other SMGs. When provided with the proper Equipment, G36C’s tanking ability is about on-par with that of other SMGs, and her single-target damage output is also quite good even though she does not have a grenade skill.
G36C’s Skill is Force Shield, which at max rank provides 4 seconds of invulnerability on a 16 second cooldown. This Skill is the key to G36C’s survivability in long battles as it -- if timed properly -- can effectively nullify burst damage from bosses, snipers, and armored enemies. However, the long Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds means it does not always activate in shorter encounters, leaving G36C vulnerable to chip damage from fast-moving or high HP enemies.
G36C also has a rather powerful Formation buff, which provides ARs in all three spaces behind her a 10% DMG and 8% RoF boost. These are the best stats to provide ARs, and as such G36C is quite good when utilized with multi-AR teams.
Overall, G36C can be a powerful main tank when fighting bosses or other high-HP enemies, as her high HP and Force Shield provide her with excellent survivability in longer battles. Although she lacks the wider-reaching utility provided by grenade Skills and can get her HP chipped down quite a lot by fast enemies in short battles, G36C is still a decent choice for AR/SMG Echelons due to her well-rounded stats and strong formation buff.
ARs with EVA Formation Buffs
G36C pairs well with ARs that offer EVA formation buffs to increase her survivability, such as M4 SOPMOD II, FAL, and TAR-21.
ARs with self-DMG/ACC buff skills
G36C’s formation buff increase Rate of Fire, and therefore is most effective when applied to ARs with self-buffing Damage or Accuracy Skills such as M4A1, G36, and 9A-91.
This is the ideal positioning for G36C in an AR/SMG Echelon, as she can both fulfill her role as main tank while also providing her Formation buff to all three ARs behind her. Ideally, she can also benefit from the Formation buffs of all ARs in the formation to boost her Evasion or DPS.
Although classified in-game as an SMG, the G36 Compact actually belongs to the G36 family of assault rifles designed by Heckler & Koch. The C model features a shorter barrel and an attachment rail with iron sights rather than integrated optics as well as a collapsible stock, and has found use among some special forces.
Heckler & Koch,
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