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AirMech Wastelands Cheats

AirMech Wastelands

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Submitted by: David K.

How to Edit Unit Loadout:
Written by ZAGI

I see this is common question asked so i decided to make guide for it.

-=Switching units in active loadout=-
First you will need to get in any mission that allows you to use units. 
This is example of how will your starting loadout look:

Next thing you do is just right click on any square in it and unit menu will 

Once unit menu is there just right click again on unit you want to put in 
active loadout in place where you first right clicked to open it up.

Thats it.. you can switch units as much as you want atm ... 
just remember to restock them after each mission.

If you cant find unit you are looking for try clicking on orange filters 
in unit menu to show only specific units.

-=Switching thru multiple loadouts=-
There is more loadouts than one.. you can simply switch them with TAB 
key while in game...

Great use of thoes are if you are playing survival map and run out of your 
main units you can have second set of units in second loadout.

Or make each loadout for one type of units for example > whole loadout of 
anti air units or tanks.

-=Tips and Tricks=-
Here is example of balaned loadout with units for almost any scenario.

How I use thoes units > Gatty is second line dmg dealer and good for light 
units that come in between bigger tanks. Honypot is my main healer and I put 
them behind gattys usualy. Statis Mine thies are great for survival they make 
huge difrance and your units wont miss thoes faster units. Devastator is my 
main dmg soaker and dmg dealer I put them infront of gattys just in range of 
honeypots so they can get repaired. Vacuum Scrapper is my hero for collecting 
salvage. Lunchbox is good for making your fort alive even after all thoes 
drops that bots do and very good in survival too since it gives a little extra 
hp to fortress. Gorgon is great AntiAir also has nice hp so i dont have to 
worry about few rockets being shot at them. Shooter is best lazy unit for 
taking whole map just send few on capture and they will do work.

Farming for Strike Crates, Keys and Carbon Powder:
Written by themazingness

This is a guide to killing Iron Hand Mechs for Keys, Strike Crates, Carbon 
Powder, or Salvage.

-=Introduction and Principles=-
This guide should be accurate as of Wastelands Update #12 (patch 74046). 
However, it is based on anecdotal evidence so if there are mistakes please 
let me know!

This version of the guide will not include how to kill enemy mechs. 
I may or may not update it in the future with such information, depending 
on if people want it. 

-=Here are the basic principles of farming these items:=-
Keys, strike crates, and carbon powder can drop when you kill enemy mechs 
(Iron Hand mechs). They can also drop consumable salvage that won't add to
your salvage count unless you use them from your inventory. 
These come in stacks of 1k, 5k, and 10k salvage. 

Strike Crates, Keys, Carbon Powder and stacks of 10k salvage have low drop 
rates so it takes more work to get them. 

When they drop, they show up on the map where the mech blew up. 

They appear as a yellow star on the radar (just like part drops show up as white, 
green, blue, or purple stars). If they blow up over an outpost or fortress, 
they can be hard to spot. Just fly over the area where they blew up if this 
happens to make sure you aren't missing it. 
(Or look for what is described in point #5). 

They show up as a grey metallic crate on the ground (or outpost or fortress). 
Careful, they blend in easily with enemy outposts and fortresses. 

Each enemy mech can only drop one thing per mission. However.

Playing co-op increases the amount of enemy mechs, therefore you can get up to 
3 mech drops in one mission (if you play with two other players, 
not counting co-pilot bots). 

Iron Hand mechs can run out of lives and not drop anything. However. 

The more lives an enemy mech has, the more likely you are to get a drop that 
mission (because you have more chances to kill it and get the drop). 

Mechs tend to have more lives in higher difficulties. 

Mechs tend to have more lives the later they are in the campaign 
(roughly speaking).

-=Missions to Farm=-
Since these items drop by killing mechs, here are the missions viable for farming. 
They do not include missions with Iron Hand Mechs with only one life (like Death 
March) since the drop rates are terrible. They are listed in the order they appear
on the map:

* Open Up Shop
* Perimeter
* Production Foreman
* Cascade Pass
* Harvest
* Salt Mines
* Heavy Metal
* Kessler Beta
* Mt. Hood Ops
* Iron Duel
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