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Medic Agents

The Medic is the healer unit of the game. Their primary role is to keep teammates alive while staying out of trouble. They also have the power to unleash biological attacks. The Medic is the only class which can directly heal other players.

From the official website:

The Medic strikes an effective balance between distributing healing effects to keep companions alive, and unleashing nightmarish toxins on unfortunate enemies.

About the same height as the Robotics class.

StrategyEdit

Healing Extreme Edit

Using a high level Bio-Feedback Beam, heal your teammates and keep a good eye on the top left of your screen so you can see when people need assistance. Do not necessarily think that people only need healing when they are at 50% health, heal anyone and everyone if they are close enough to you and do not forget that your Off-Hand devices (Healing Grenades etc.) are great to use when in the middle of an Objective Point and you are surrounded by your teammates, the Heal Over Time effects of these devices can be a life saver for yourself and for your Team. Sticking close to Assault types, who are often using self-slowing weapons such as the Minigun, make it difficult for opponents to defeat you as they will also be dealing with a high-damaging close range assault. These types of medics do very little to no damage, and their skills are often placed in the Healer/Balanced Trees, and their off-hand devices typically are the healing grenades, auras, and other group heal focused equipment.

Pros:

  • Healing-Focused Medics are very difficult to kill. The Bio-Feedback self-heal often out heals damage being dealt to them, and any off-hands they have that also heal them make them incredibly difficult to deal with.
  • Medics focused on Healing often seek out a heavy Damage Dealer to pair up with. Time spent focusing on the Medic gives the Damage Dealer time to retaliate, while time spent focusing the Damage Dealer allows the Medic to heal themselves while keeping the damage dealer alive.

Cons:

  • Typical Healing-Focused Medics deal very little damage. Healing Medic + Friend versus another Healing Medic + Friend is often a stalemate, as neither pair can out-damage the healing output generated by the other's Medic.
  • Healing Medics are average in terms of acquiring a Boost - healing a full-health teammate generates no Boost, healing wounded teammates can be dangerous (since whatever wounded them may still be around).

Healing medics are often the preferred PvE mission strategy.

Poison Extreme Edit

A Poison Medic disregards healing and goes for damage through the use of Off-Hand equipment and the Agonizer/Euthanizer. Their Off-Hand equipment involves the use of Poison Aura, Poison Grenades, and other damage dealing types. They may choose Nanites or BioFeedback, although they will rarely use it and it will be low level. Their skill tree focuses on the Poison side, healing only if there is nothing around to attack, although while fighting they can switch to healing gun and if it is the bio-feedback beam they can heal themselves as well so they can live longer than just their self-heal can give. Poison medics can do incredible amounts of damage in a short amount of time for a long duration, making them disastrous in clustered areas.

Pros:

  • Poison Medics have access to highly effective Area of Effect damage.
  • Poison Medics can heal themselves with the bio-feedback beam to increase their health instead of using their self heal.
  • Poison Medics are melee-capable with a moderate amount of Protection and a self-healing off-hand device.

Cons:

  • Teammates are likely to assume any allied Medic to be healing-focused, leading to unexpected (and much complained about) deaths.
  • A Poison Medic is unlikely to be able to out-heal incoming damage in a firefight, though they are capable of patching people up between fights.
  • Due to their debuff-reliant damage, Poison Medics are vulnerable to debuff curing effect (particularly the Medical Station, as it's invulnerable to the debuffs and it will quickly Cure victims in its range).
  • A large portion of a Poison Medic's damage is dealt through Off-Hand devices - while waiting on cooldowns, they are forced to fall back on single-target damage from their Ranged device, or inefficient healing from their Specialty device.

Hybrid Edit

A Hybrid Medic mixes a bit of both Healing and Poison, opting for having strong heals but will still actively fight when team members are going strong. Hybrids opt for the Nanite Gun, allowing them to Heal and Forget, which gives them an opportunity to deal damage while their team members are still being healed. With the Nanite Gun, the Medic doesn't even need to be in battle, as the range on the gun is far greater than the rifles, and they can watch and heal from a distance, staying out of harm's way. Hybrids will have a mix of healing and poison devices in their off-hands, however their main and healing weapons will be the strongest.

Hybrids in PvE: Some talented Hybrid Medics can be especially effective in PvE missions by using a Nanite Restoration System combined with the appropriate talents. Often bringing enough heal over time to the whole team and still be able to switch to a gun for additional damage.

Pros:

  • Hybrid Medics are flexible, able to quickly switch between healing and attacking.
  • Hybrid Medics generate Boost very quickly, due to mass AoE poison damage while also healing nearby allies.
  • The extra damage provided by a Hybrid Medic can help break stalemates a Healing-Focused Medic may run up against.

Cons:

  • While Hybrid Medics are capable of both Healing and Damage, they are not exceptionally capable at either. This can lead to situations where the damage or healing isn't quite enough to accomplish an objective.
  • Hybrid Medics do not replace Poison or Healing Medics, they complement them.
  • Power Pool management can be difficult, having to split available resources between two roles.

Pain Gunner Edit

A high-level Medic may opt to use the Pain Gun to defeat players. It deals only small amounts of damage, 11 points at a time, but the slow on the weapon and the damage increase makes most opponents fall quickly to surrounding teammates. A Pain Gun Medic can still choose to use powerful healing items as well to make up for the inconsistent healing they may do, and the Medic may opt for either the Nanite Gun or a Bio-Feedback Beam depending on how actively they use the Pain Gun.

Pros:

  • The Pain Gun has a very significant debuff - targets are easily taken down by situationally-aware friendlies. Even a Healing-Focused Medic will have difficulty overcoming the additional incoming damage, both from the debuff and the increased difficulty of dodging attackers while slowed.
  • Hostile targets that find themselves out of position are easily punished by the slow component of the Pain Gun.

Cons:

  • The Pain Gun has a fairly short range that cannot be increased with skills.
  • While the Pain Gun paints a target on a victim, it also paints a target on the currently-defenseless Medic wielding it.
  • The Pain Gun itself deals little damage, rendering it rather useless in a 1v1 situation unless the Medic complements it with poison offhands or melee.
  • The Pain Gun generates very few assist points - it generates Boost points very slowly.

Skill TreesEdit

  • Balanced: Default tree for all classes.
  • Healer: Increases all healing related equipment.
  • Poison: Heavy focus on poisons and debuffing enemies.

WeaponsEdit

MeleeEdit

  • Poison Injector - A double-edged dagger that inflicts Poison on a successful Backstab. Able to deal damage when blocking.
Initially Available
  • Life Stealer - A long-bladed dagger that inflicts Poison on a successful Backstab, as well as healing the Medic for a small amount each time when successful hitting a target (Backstab Poison does not heal the Medic ). Does not deal damage when blocking.
Available for Purchase at level 32 - 7500 Tokens
  • Legion Combat Knife - Fast swings, inflicts bleeding damage over time on successful Backstabs. Able to deal damage when blocking.
Rare drop from Legion Grunts and Legion Sergeants

RangedEdit

  • Euthanizer - A modest Rifle intended to allow the Medic help deal damage to targets at a medium-long range when the team isn't in need of the Medic's aid.
Initially Available
  • Agonizer - A Rifle that inflicts Poison on its targets, reducing Protection and Healing received for a short duration.
Available for Purchase at level 7
  • Pain Gun - While dealing almost no damage, the Pain Gun significantly increases damage dealt to the target and reduces their Movespeed.
Available for Purchase at level 29
  • Rockwind SMG - Similar to the Euthanizer, however it deals significantly more damage but at a shorter range.
Available for Purchase at level 34 - 7500 Tokens
  • Legion Side Arm - A medium range, slow firing pistol that deals more damage than the Euthanizer Rifle.
Rare drop from Legion Sergeants

SpecialtiesEdit

  • Biofeedback Beam - Continually heals the target while Fire is held. Primary Fire heals the target and the Medic, Alt-Fire heals the target and the Medic for a higher amount but uses considerably more power.
Initially Available
  • Nanite Restoration System - A pistol that fires a Nanite injector dart. Friendlies hit with the dart are healed over a short duration and have an increased Power Pool regeneration rate.
Available for Purchase at level 9
  • Boost Beam - Continually heals the target while Fire is held. Primary Fire heals the target and boosts their damage, while Alt-Fire only heals the target better, but for a significantly higher amount.
Available for Purchase at level 13
  • Nanite Enhancement System - A pistol that fires a Nanite injector dart. Friendlies hit with the dart are healed over a short duration and deal increased damage.
Available for Purchase at level 23
  • Multi-Boost Beam - Similar to both Boost beam and the A.R.C. Repair Arm, the Multi-Boost Beam increases damage dealt by its target and can arc to up to 3 friendlies with Alt-Fire. The Alt-Fire increases the damage but for increased power and reduced healing.
Available for Purchase at level 38
  • Adrenaline Gun / Commonwealth Adrenaline Infuser - A pistol that fires an Adrenaline Nanite injector dart. Friendlies hit with the dart are healed over a short duration and are given a 400 health boost for ten seconds.
Rarely drops from Elite Alchemists (Adrenaline Gun) or end-of-mission rewards (Commonwealth Adrenaline Infuser)

OffhandEdit

  • Regeneration - Significantly heals the Medic over a short period of time, however damage dealt while regenerating health is reduced.
Initially Available
  • Healing Grenade - Tosses a small grenade, healing and granting a healing-over-time buff to any friendly targets in the area of effect. Aswell cures Poison, Ignite and Disease debuffs.
Initially Available
  • Poison Grenade - Tosses a small grenade, dealing damage and inflicting Poison (reduced Protection and Healing received) on all hostiles in the area of effect.
Available for Purchase at level 7
  • Healing Wave - Heals nearby Friendly targets and removes all Negative Status effects.
Available for Purchase at level 11
  • Poison Aura - Deals damage and inflicts a Poison (reduces Protection, Speed, and Healing Received) debuff on all nearby hostile targets.
Available for Purchase at level 17
  • Neutralize Wave - Removes Healing-over-Time and other buffs from hostile targets in the area of effect. Deals low amount of damage. Damage is increased if the target(s) contain more buffs.
Available for Purchase at level 15
Available for Purchase at level 19
  • Frenzy Wave - Heals nearby friendly targets and increases the damage they deal for a short time.
Available for Purchase at level 21
  • Power Wave - Heals nearby friendly targets and granting them 80 power, as well as 20 power over a few seconds.
Available for Purchase at level 25
  • PowerVirus Grenade - Tosses a small grenade, dealing damage and inflicting a debuff on any hostile targets in the area of effect. The debuff deals damage over time, drains Power as well as reduces Power regeneration for a short duration.
Available for Purchase at level 27
  • Triage Wave - Heals nearby friendly targets and deals doubled healing on friendlies below 25% HP. Also restores a huge amount of power when healing low-health targets.
Available for Purchase at level 42
  • Soul Stealer - Tosses a small grenade, dealing damage and inflicting Poison. Also heals the Medic who used it based on how many enemies it hit.
Available for Purchase at level 36

BoostEdit

  • Healing Boost - Grants a Heal-over-time buff to all nearby friendly targets (Max 8). Requires a full Boost bar. Cannot be Neutralized.
Initially Available
  • Oathbreaker Boost - Constantly inflicts a large wave of poison to all nearby enemies, cutting their healing received by half. Also heals the Medic who activated it by an amount based on how many enemies it hit and buffs the Medic's protection by 20%.
Available for Purchase at level 44


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