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Blade Runners

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Blade Runners
Blade Runners.png
A exoskeleton for your lower legs that assist your movement, allowing you to sprint faster and jump higher.
Also dampens the impact of landing.
Unlocked at Caterium Research - Blade Runners
Stack Size 1
Sink Value 4 988
Blueprint Path


Blade Runners are equipment that increase the engineer's movement speed by 50%, double jump height and reduce fall damage.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Unlocking[edit | edit source]

 Blade Runners are unlocked via the Caterium Research chain in the M.A.M..png M.A.M. using:
Modular Frame.png

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Blade Runners
50 × Quickwire.png
3 × Modular Frame.png
Modular Frame
Equipment Workshop
Manual crafting.png × 20
1 × Blade Runners.png
Blade Runners
Caterium Research - Blade Runners
3 × Rotor.png

Usage[edit | edit source]

Equipment[edit | edit source]

As mentioned before, Blade Runners increase the Engineer's running speed, jumping height and dampen fall damage.

Regular Blade Runners
Running speed 8.89 m/s
32 km/h
13.33 m/s
48 km/h
Jump height 2 m 3 m
Maximum fall without taking damage 16 m* 20.5 m*

*Note: Fall damage test has to be redone because in Patch fall damage was made "more linear", which may affect breaking points stated above.

Blade Runners used to cap the maximum fall damage at 96 health points or 9.6 health segments. Without the Blade Runners, the fall damage is capped at 97 instead.

It is advised to obtain this equipment as soon as possible. The engineer will then be able to jump onto a Storage Container.png Storage Container or Conveyor Splitter.png Conveyor Splitter/Merger, which makes factory building much easier. Additionally, running speed is increased by 50%.

AWESOME Sink[edit | edit source]

 Blade Runners can be sunk into the AWESOME Sink.png AWESOME Sink to yield 4 988 points.

Current issues[edit | edit source]

  • If the FOV (Field of View) is changed from 90, the engineer's legs will appear out of the Blade Runners. The bigger the difference of FOV, the more visible it is.
  • Blade Runners don't align with the engineer when traveling in a Hyper Tube.

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History[edit | edit source]