Analysis of Mech Torso Rotation Speeds
Created by Shadow Panther
In the heat of
battle, you want your Mech to be quick and responsive. Slow, cumbersome Mechs
can often be outrun, outmaneuvered and outgunned. A Mech's walking speed is a
major indicator of how that Mech handles in combat, but Torso Rotation Speed
also plays an important part. If you can't swivel your weapons around fast
enough, then small, agile "chicken" Mechs will often dance circles around you.
Knowing Torso Rotation Speeds will help you when selecting which Mech to play.
For the most part, large, heavy Mechs have slow Torso Rotation Speeds,
while small, fast Mechs will naturally rotate faster. Listed below are the Torso
Rotation Speeds (in rotations per minute) for each Mech:
20 Mad Cat
20 Timber Wolf
22 Mad Dog
28 Kit Fox