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The Sweeper is a combat drone used by the Last Bastion, armed with Golden Rocket multi-launchers that can only attack ground targets when deployed, during which it is also hidden to the enemies' sight, making it useful for ambushes.

Official description

Sweepers hide in the snows surrounding the Last Bastion's base, waiting for their targets to approach before firing a volley of "Golden Rockets" straight at them. Its turret has been specifically designed to allow it to fire the projectiles without revealing its position. However, a watchful commander will still be able to deduce where the missiles came from by carefully observing the battlefield. Even so, Sweepers make an excellent addition to the Last Bastion's defensive positions.

With a set of windspin engines of its own, it can cross water areas and then burrow in the ground and conceal its presence when ordered to the deploy. Naturally, the windspin engine will boost the unit's speed when near a Spinblade on the battlefield.

While the Sweeper is equipped with "Golden Rockets", its turret's design does not make it possible for this drone to target aircraft. For that you must rely on the Teratorn and other anti-aircraft weapons available in the arsenal of Foehn. Keep in mind that the Sweeper cannot fire on the move.[1]



  • Effective against infantry and armored vehicles.
  • Cloaked when deployed.
  • Can attack without revealing.
  • Can ambush units without warning, especially those without detection capabilities.
  • Decent attack range.
  • Being a robot it's immune to mind control, hijacking, radiation and poison.
  • Amphibious.
  • Does not sink when disabled over water.
  • Fast movement speed when boosted by Spinblades.
  • Can receive firepower boost when near a deployed SODAR Array.

  • Fragile and lightly armored.
  • Slow reloading rate.
  • Cannot deploy and attack when over water.
  • Cannot target structures and aircraft.
  • Weak against stealth detection.
  • Must be stationary and deployed to attack.


See also

Other Foehn units equivalent in tier accessibility:

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