Vespid

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Vespid
Information
Full name Vespid
Affiliation Sangvis Ferri
Released on CN, TW, KR, EN
Chibi animation
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Sangvis Ferri regular combat doll. Outfitted with long-ranged assault weapons. Their firepower is comparable to low-end military dolls, and they form the main fighting force of small-scale skirmishes.

Appearances

Sangvis Ferri's Ripper-class units are the second humanoid enemy the player will encounter, first appearing in 1-4, and proceeding to become a mainstay opponent throughout the game. The rank-and-file offensive unit among Sangvis Ferri's combat dolls, they are accomplished skirmishers and are often paired with Ripper units. Teams of Vespids are often employed as fire-support retinues for Sangvis ringleaders as well.

Functionally, Vespids are the equivalent of an AR T-Doll.

Gameplay

In-game stats:

  • Classification: Humanoid
  • Damage: Moderate
  • Accuracy: Moderate
  • Attack range: Long
  • Health: Moderate
  • Armor value: N/A
  • Evasion: Moderate
  • Movement speed: Moderate

Whereas Sangvis Ferri's Ripper class unit is more of a skirmisher and vanguard unit, the Vespid is a much more direct threat and features significantly better firepower than their SMG-packing cousins. Vespids are the equivalent of Assault Rifles, with good damage output, accuracy, long range, and decent health. In groups they can be quite dangerous, since they have a decent chance of hitting more evasive T-Dolls and hit just hard enough that low-level armored T-Dolls will have difficulty tanking their shots for long, though high-level ones can simply shrug off their rounds. Their distinctive helmet makes them easy to spot, and it's not uncommon to see Ripper class units helping to shore up the defense of a critical Sangvis Ferri asset.

Lore / Story involvement

According to the official art book, their helmets improve their field of vision with heads-up displays. One can only see their true face and hairstyle after the helmet is destroyed or removed.[1]


References[edit]

  1. The Art of Girls' Frontline Vol.1, Miscellaneous Units, Vespid