The Iron Library
Definitive place for all War Robots knowledge
The philosophy of Best Energy Builds
If Plato was alive today he would be a big fan of energy weapons — he did name one of his dialogues “Ion,” after all
[3.8] Sir Shocks-A-Lot: Lancelot Revival
War Robots University introduces and recommends: “Sir Shocks-A-Lot!”
[3.8] Agents of Shield: getting Defensive on the Battlefield
The key to victory often starts with a great defense. There are several older bots with built-in defensive capabilities that allow pilots to become powerful Agents of Shield.
[3.6] The Return of the Raijin: Dragoon guide
The Raijin might finally have found the weapon it needed to make it a viable fighter
[3.7] Gotta Go Fast: Strider & Plasma
Strider is unparalleled at grabbing beacons from far reaches of the map and being where it needs to be in an astoundingly low amount of time
[3.7] Enter The Dragoon: Carnage Dragoon Guide
We don’t have regiments charging on horseback but we do have Shocktrain Bulgasaris and Orkan Spectres. Who do you call to deliver you from this evil? Call the cavalry, of course
[3.7] King of the Hill Tactical Guide
At War Robots University, we have tested the new mode and are prepared to offer the following recommendations for a successful play in King of the Hill...
[3.6] Hunter In The Skies: Aphex Hover guide
You might think the Aphid-Vortex is a very fun setup to run. You’d be right!
[3.7] Death From Above: from Cossack to Mercury
The ability to take to the air, to seek and hold the high ground, and to survey the battlefield and assess the enemy’s weaknesses have always given high-flying pilots the upper hand.
[3.6] Spectre vs Strider: What to choose?
[3.6] Ghostbusting: Slaying Spectres
The best builds and strategies to overcome unseen
[3.6] A Player’s Guide to King of the Hill
While the original Domination mode, Beacon Rush and Team Deathmatch reward the players in order of their damage, King of the Hill is unique