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Chassis refers to one of two things.
 
Chassis refers to one of two things.
  
* A ''chassis'' is one particular [[asset]] and all its variants. For example: "The Osiris is a good '''"chassis"''' to mount [[DPS]] weapons that have a long [[stare]] time, this because it has a 360 degree [[yaw|torso twist]]."
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* A ''chassis'' is one particular [[asset]] and all of its [[variants]]. For example: "The Osiris is a good '''"chassis"''' to mount [[DPS]] weapons that have a long [[stare]] time, this because it has a 360 degree [[yaw|torso twist]]."
  
 
* The ''chassis'' of each individual asset is its motile structure, its hull, legs, etc. with less emphasis on the torso or turret of the asset. For example: "Mechs need not rotate their entire '''"chassis"''' to [[spread damage]], only their torso. Tanks, however, must rotate their entire '''"chassis"''' in order to do so."
 
* The ''chassis'' of each individual asset is its motile structure, its hull, legs, etc. with less emphasis on the torso or turret of the asset. For example: "Mechs need not rotate their entire '''"chassis"''' to [[spread damage]], only their torso. Tanks, however, must rotate their entire '''"chassis"''' in order to do so."

Latest revision as of 09:23, 7 August 2021

Chassis refers to one of two things.

  • A chassis is one particular asset and all of its variants. For example: "The Osiris is a good "chassis" to mount DPS weapons that have a long stare time, this because it has a 360 degree torso twist."
  • The chassis of each individual asset is its motile structure, its hull, legs, etc. with less emphasis on the torso or turret of the asset. For example: "Mechs need not rotate their entire "chassis" to spread damage, only their torso. Tanks, however, must rotate their entire "chassis" in order to do so."