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A warhammer with an embedded EMP capacitor. Upon impact, it blasts the target with an EMP burst in addition to the physical damage.
- Melee Attack 1
15 dmg (Poke)
2.0 seconds cooldown
22% armor penetration
- Melee Attack 2
31 dmg (Blunt)
3.0 seconds cooldown
46% armor penetration
- Melee Average DPS
- Melee Average AP
- Has Quality
They can also be obtained from the following raider types:
|Raider Kind||Chance||Average Quality||Health|
When a zeushammer hits with its head, its EMP will stun mechanoids, turrets, and mortars for 4.5s, regardless of quality. After being stunned, mechanoids become 'Adapted' and gain immunity against further stuns for 2,200 ticks (36.67 secs), regardless of stun length.
Blunt damage in it of itself also has a small chance to stun the target, regardless of their organic status.
As a zeushammer deals blunt damage, it can be better than the monosword against armor, as most enemies have much better Sharp % rating than Blunt. However, the sword will completely ignore even a centipede's Sharp armor. Zeushammers only start to surpass them when against humans with marine armor and cataphract armor. Even then, a monosword's raw damage will not be far behind.
Due to adaptation, a zeushammer actually becomes counterproductive when fighting mechs along with EMP grenades or another source of EMP. All other sources of EMP stun for much longer, and the first stun causes adaptation immediately. The zeushammer retains its niche against turrets, as well as certain other uses of EMP (like breaking shield belts).
|Zeushammer||Handle (Poke)||Head (Blunt)||HP||Value|
For the full effects of qualities, see Quality.
- Note: This is the actual base average derived from the melee verb system updated in 1.1.2610, it may sometimes disagree with the listed value in the in-game infobox.
It may also change depending on the stats and the melee verbs available to the wielder
- Chance for attack to be selected, assuming only the weapon's attack verbs are considered. It may change depending on the melee verbs available to the wielder
Royalty DLC release - Added.