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Stumps were DR-1s possessed by the Leech.

HistoryEdit

Evacuation of Settlement 2Edit

The first Stump was found by Delta-One in the Stage of The Palace Theater after raising the curtain, where it massacred the civilians and Gears that took refuge inside. This one was equipped with the Tri-Shot Chaingun.

Siege of Riftworn VillageEdit

As Swarm forces attacked the village, more Stumps joined the siege. This time, not only Stumps but Tri-Shots appeared but one with the RL-4 Salvo was also found.

Second Mission to New Hope Research FacilityEdit

When Kait Diaz and Delmont Walker reached the New Hope Research Facility, they came across a Stump that was guarding the main entrance.


In CombatEdit

Stumps are dangerous foes for the unprepared. They have an arched position and remain so until disturbed, in which they'll move around on all fours.

They usually wield either the Tri-Shot Chaingun or the RL-4 Salvo. Stumps with the Tri-Shot usually lay down suppressing fire until the gun overheats, leaving them open for attack. These Stumps rarely move and are found on the ground. Stumps equipped with the RL-4 are more uncommon but can b found hanging upside down from elevated positions, such as platforms or ceilings, and close-in to the player after firing four rockets.

Stumps are also able to release some Leeches to flush out entrenched foes. If the player in to close to a Stump, it will raise one of its extremities and release an electric shock that can damage the player.


AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

Enemy Types
Locust Horde
Queen · Sire
Berserker (Matriarch) · Boomer (Butcher, Flame Boomer, Grinder, Mauler, Mauler Elite, Savage Boomer, Tremor) · Drone (Beast Rider, Bolter, Cleaver Theron, Cyclops, Flame Drone, Flame Grenadier, Grappler, Grenadier, Grenadier Elite, Gunner, Hunter, Hunter Elite, Miner, Palace Guard, Savage Drone, Savage Grenadier, Savage Grenadier Elite, Savage Hunter, Savage Marauder, Savage Theron, Sniper, Spotter, Theron Elite, Theron Guard, Theron Sentinel) · Kantus (Armored Kantus, Savage Kantus) · Rager
Hollow Creatures
Bloodmount · Brumak · Corpser (Shibboleth) · Digger · Gas Barge · Heart Leech · Kraken · Kryll · Leviathan · Mangler · Nemacyst (Ink Grenade) · Nemacyte · Reaver (Assault Barque · Hydra) · Riftworm · Rockworm · Seeder · Serapede · Siegebeast · Tempest (Shrieker) · Ticker · Torture Barge · Wretch
Lambent
Imulsion
Former · Lambent Berserker · Lambent Brumak · Lambent Drone (Lambent Drudge) · Lambent Gunker · Lambent Leviathan · Lambent Polyp · Lambent Stalk · Lambent Wretch
Swarm
Queen
Canker · Carrier · DeeBees (Bastion · Reject · Stump) · Drone (Elite Drone · Grenadier · Elite Grenadier · Hunter · Elite Hunter · Imago · Sniper · Elite Sniper) · Flock (Leech) · Hive Beast · Juvie (Screamer · Popper) · Kraken · Locust Drone · Matriarch · Pouncer · Scion (Speaker · Warden) · Sire · Snatcher · Swarmak
DeeBees
DR-1 · Shepherd (Deadeye) · Tracker (Shock Tracker) · Watcher (Guardian · Sentinel)
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