Ammo Pack Function: Increases your ammo load.
This pack approximately doubles the amount of ammo you can carry for each weapon. A
Juggernaut armoured with this pack
can last a lot longer in the battlefield!
Energy Pack Function: Expands the energy bar. This can give players longer flying times. Useful if a player wants to have extra burst of
speed when trying to capture the enemy flag. Also, players using the laser rifle
will auto-buy this pack.
Jammer Pack Function: Makes you invisible to enemy radar.
Using this piece of kit you won't be detected by the sensors of an enemy base or by enemy
equipment. Any teammates nearby will be within the jamming zone you create around
yourself once the pack is on. This pack makes it a hell of a lot easier to sneak into
the enemy base.
Repair Pack Function: Repairs things!
You can repair yourself, other players, base defences etc. Repair packs can be found
within or around most bases.
More details on repairing can be found here.
Shield Pack Function: Uses your energy bar to take damage.
Very useful for defenders who can sit on the flag with juggernaut armour and a full
shield! When your energy bar is at zero you'll start taking damage as normal, but remember
your energy bar regenerates :).
Cloak Pack Function: Invisibility
Once activated the pack makes the wearer invisible. This only lasts as long as the
user has energy left to fuel the pack. With the cloak you can enter bases undetected - but
motion detectors will still pick you up. Any turrets which are near a motion
sensor will likewise pick you up - so be careful. Also when running outside don't
presume you're totally undetectable. As you run you'll kick up dirt off the ground
and an eagle eyed defender will spot this. If possible hop towards your objective to
eliminate any possible signs of your attack.
Cloak packs are an excellent way to attack the enemy
generators. You can also use them to enter the base and hit the enemy flag carrier
with the shock lance (one hit in the back kills!) and return your team's flag :).
Deployable packs are discussed in the deployables
section (next page).