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Austin Harper is a premium commander in Armored Warfare. He was first available as a reward in The Last Patriot Battle Path[1]. He returns as a purchasable commander on MY.GAMES Market periodically.

Austin has several skills that gradually improve his vehicle's performance as the player loses teammates in battle. Some skills only activate when Austin's vehicle is the only surviving member left in the team, but the performance boost can be very significant. Such traits makes him a potentially powerful commander in PVP Random Battle mode if the player can survive until the very end of a battle, but they generally do not shine in other modes as teammates can respawn mid-game. Alternatively, Austin can be configured with skills that help boost his and teammate vehicles' damage output in vicinity, as well as skills that generally boost his vehicle's performance without conditions.

Skills[]

Skill Field[]


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Starting Skill[]

Skill Name Description Quantity
Crucible of War IV Reload speed at the start of battle is increased by 0.52%...0.80%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost[note 1] 1

Other skills[]

Skill Name Description Quantity
Aid of the Fallen II APS reload speed is increased by 1.28%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost 1
American Duel I Aim speed improved by 2.5% 2
American Duel II Aim speed improved by 4.4% 1
Avenging Angel III Ramming damage at the start of battle is increased by 12.5%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost 1
Commando I Amount of carried ammo is increased by 10.0% 1
Commando II Amount of carried ammo is increased by 17.5% 1
Dream Team I Crew stats improved by 0.5% 1
Dream Team II Crew stats improved by 0.9% 1
Dream Team III Crew stats improved by 1.5% 1
Fire and Sword I Own and nearby ally damage increased by 0.50%. Skill effects of multiple commanders do not stack on a single vehicle, it only gains the effect of the most powerful skill applicable. Effect range: 50m 2
Fire and Sword II Own and nearby ally damage increased by 0.88%. Skill effects of multiple commanders do not stack on a single vehicle, it only gains the effect of the most powerful skill applicable. Effect range: 50m 3
Fire and Sword III Own and nearby ally damage increased by 1.50%. Skill effects of multiple commanders do not stack on a single vehicle, it only gains the effect of the most powerful skill applicable. Effect range: 50m 2
Flame of Rage III Chance of dealing max damage increased by 100% if commander's vehicle has 33% (or less) hit points 1
Instinct I Spotting range increased by 5.0m 2
Instinct II Spotting range increased by 8.8m 1
Last Hero I Crew resilience at the start of battle is improved by 1.1%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost 3
Last Hero II Crew resilience at the start of battle is improved by 1.8%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost 1
Maneuverability I Hull traverse speed increased by 2% 3
Maneuverability II Hull traverse speed increased by 3.5% 1
Predator II Vision range increased by 43.8m if all other members of the team are dead 2
Skillful I Turret traverse speed increased by 2% 3
Survivor II Repair speed increased by 43.8% if all other members of the team are dead 1
The Challenger I Incoming ramming damage decreased by 12.28% 3
The Mechanic I Repair speed increased by 5.0% 2
The Mechanic II Repair speed increased by 8.8% 1
To The End II Component protection at the start of battle is improved by 1.8%. This bonus grows with each teammate death to up x15 when the whole team is lost 2

Personnel File[]

Place of Birth: Saint Louis, USA

Austin grew up in a poverty stricken family. He joined the U.S. Army right after school and would serve for almost twenty years, becoming one of the most decorated members of the U.S. military. Afterwards he enlisted in the Clayburn Industries security service in the late 2020s and, after its fall, switched over to the International Security Department.

Austin Harper is an inspiring and charismatic figure. His mere presence on the battlefield encourages his comrades to fight harder and deal more damage. Losing a team member brings out his inner fury, increasing his combat abilities; as a sole survivor, Harper can give a small army a run for their money.

Trivia[]

  • Austin debuted as a off-screen supporting character in Moscow Calling Special Operations under the name "Department Officer" and later "Resistance Officer". He continued to make off-screen appearances in American Dream and Spirithaven Special Operations. Although he had no role in Apocalypse Special Operations, a large tombstone with his name can be seen in the second chapter "War".
  • Austin had a different voice actor in Moscow Calling Special Operations. His voice was replaced by a new actor during the American Dream season, but it is left unchanged for Moscow Calling.[2]

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Footnotes[]

  1. When playing in PvE mode, the multiplier increases by 1, then 5, 8, 12, and finally 15 as the number of surviving teammates decreases.

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