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|“||These two machine guns step in when you need to go into the last fight. Boy, you can even do some precise firing with these!||”|
—Weapon description in the Gallery
The Vandals are Primary weapons introduced in the 14.0.0 update.
It is a pair of military-themed guns that shoot bullets automatically. This weapon has good damage, a high fire rate, a good ammo capacity, and above-average mobility. It is currently 11-12 shots maxed out.
They are dual-wielded Kriss Vectors that are an olive drab color and have foldable olive drab/grey skeletal stocks, connected to the end of each weapon.
The body of the weapons has a grey pistol grip and trigger embedded in the receiver. The top of the weapon features rails with a mounted grey holographic sight and red iron sights.
The weapons also have olive drab magazines extending out of the magazine wells, dark grey grips on the mag wells, and grey suppressors, which are cosmetic.
These weapons are dual-wielded, so the player holds one gun in each hand. The player shoots these guns almost simultaneously. These weapons shoot regular bullets automatically with instant bullet travel time. Moreover, this weapon possesses a 2x zoom optic sight, which allows this weapon to fight in longer ranges.
When reloading, the player takes out the magazines of the guns and does the rest of the reload animation off-screen. It has no delay mechanics.
- Use them at close Range for ease of aim when spamming.
- Equip with a backup weapon in case it runs out of ammo.
- Though having a 2x scope, it will still be able to manage to damage in long range.
- Keep moving while firing, as this is key for reducing vulnerability from snipers.
- Aim for the head to maximize the damage dealt with the enemy.
- These guns have a very high mobility considering Primary weapons, so use a run and gun strategy buy swiftly shooting at your enemy and fleeing the scene.
- This weapon has a good capacity so you can persistently shoot at your enemies. This is a good strategy and you should get as many shots in as you can with this.
- Use a long-range sniper rifle (better if two or one-shot Sniper) to pick users off.
- Use a weapon like Icicle Minigun, to slow them down, make them aim like a Storm Trooper, and Headshot them to death.
- Simply do the usual jump and dodge, counter these users just like any other player that uses weapons such as the Dual Uzi or even your usual automatic primary.
- Area damage weapons can easily do the trick against its users since doing so will easily disturb the user's aim.
- Any one-shot weapons can do a trick.
- Avoid its users if you are low on HP.
These serve as effective high fire rate weapons for close range. Bring a long-range sniper rifle just in case someone tries to snipe you.
It took about 28 headshots to kill a max-armored player, meaning its capacity was only capable of taking out 1 or 2 targets, making it an underpowered new weapon.
It takes about 13 headshots to kill a max-armored player, making it a strong weapon, and capable of taking out 3-4 players in a single clip.
It was removed from the Armory after an event.
It is available via Trader's Van as a Mythical weapon, paired with an Ice Dragon Cult skin.
- The weapons are based on the KRISS Vector submachine gun, with the 25 round mags for each gun indicating that they fire .45 ACP rounds. However, it seems that the holographic sight is incorrectly placed, as they are placed on the other way around.
- Despite having suppressors equipped, the Armory does not list the weapon as silent.
- It also does not sound like it's suppressed. The reasoning behind such a caveat is that suppressors in the real world do not guarantee stealth and much-lowered sound.
- It shares the same motif as that of the Hero.
- The name “Vandals“ directly references a tribe of Germanic people that participated in the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Currently, that word today means a person who willfully defaces the property.