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Traits

Controls a Drone to deal Arts damage to an enemy; When the Drone continuously attacks the same enemy, its damage will increase (up to 110% of the operator's ATK)
init_atk_scale = 0.2
delta_atk_scale = 0.15
max_atk_scale = 1.1
max_stack_cnt = 6

Operator Description

Rockrock, of the Londinium Citizens' Self-Salvation Corps.

Operator Quote

She wants her homeland back, and she'll do whatever it takes.

Obtain Approach

Headhunting
Operator can only be obtained through Headhunting (Gacha).
Headhunting: Yes Recruitment: No
Release Date (CN) 4/14/2022
Release Date (Global) 10/19/2022

Potentials

Potential Item

Rockrock's Token A crudely assembled pair of scissors, rarely used. Meant for snipping bindings. Guard of the past, she wishes to see you off as you head for the future.

Talent

+2% ATK for every 15 seconds this unit remains on the battlefield, stacking up to 3 times
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+3%(+1%) ATK for every 15 seconds this unit remains on the battlefield, stacking up to 3 times
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+4% ATK for every 15 seconds this unit remains on the battlefield, stacking up to 4 times
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+5%(+1%) ATK for every 15 seconds this unit remains on the battlefield, stacking up to 4 times
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Talents from Module Upgrades

Stats

Level:
HP
ATK
DEF
Arts Resist
10
Redeploy Time
80
DP Cost
19
Block
1
Attack Interval
1.3

Skills

SP Cost:
40
40
40
35
35
35
32
32
32
30
Initial SP:
0
0
0
5
5
5
10
10
10
15
SP Charge Type
Skill Activation
Duration
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
30 Seconds
Skill Effect
ASPD +30
ASPD +35
ASPD +40
ASPD +45
ASPD +50
ASPD +55
ASPD +60
ASPD +70
ASPD +80
ASPD +90
Detailed Skill Info
attack_speed 30
attack_speed 35
attack_speed 40
attack_speed 45
attack_speed 50
attack_speed 55
attack_speed 60
attack_speed 70
attack_speed 80
attack_speed 90
SP Cost:
50
48
46
45
43
41
40
40
40
40
Initial SP:
10
10
10
15
15
15
20
20
20
25
SP Charge Type
Skill Activation
Duration
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
40 Seconds
Skill Effect
ASPD +30; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.5x, ATK +30%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +35; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.5x, ATK +30%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +40; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.5x, ATK +30%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +45; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.6x, ATK +40%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +50; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.6x, ATK +40%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +55; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.6x, ATK +40%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +60; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.7x, ATK +50%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +65; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.8x, ATK +50%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +70; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 1.9x, ATK +50%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
ASPD +80; Releases Drone to attack enemies
Overdrive: Trait Max drone damage increased to 2x, ATK +50%; When the skill ends, Stun for the same duration as the Overload
The Drone locks onto an enemy until the enemy is defeated or until the skill is over, then returns to the Operator. Can manually deactivate skill at will.
Detailed Skill Info
atk 0.3
attack_speed 30
[email protected] 0
scale 1.5
atk 0.3
attack_speed 35
[email protected] 0
scale 1.5
atk 0.3
attack_speed 40
[email protected] 0
scale 1.5
atk 0.4
attack_speed 45
[email protected] 0
scale 1.6
atk 0.4
attack_speed 50
[email protected] 0
scale 1.6
atk 0.4
attack_speed 55
[email protected] 0
scale 1.6
atk 0.5
attack_speed 60
[email protected] 0
scale 1.7
atk 0.5
attack_speed 65
[email protected] 0
scale 1.8
atk 0.5
attack_speed 70
[email protected] 0
scale 1.9
atk 0.5
attack_speed 80
[email protected] 0
scale 2

RIIC Base Skills

Shed Excess Lvl: 1
(舍弃的赘余)
Room Type:
Workshop
When this Operator is assigned to the Workshop to process any material, the production rate of byproduct increases by 65%
Useless Gift Lvl: 1
(缓蚀技术)
Room Type:
Workshop
When this Operator is assigned to the Workshop to process Elite materials, any byproducts of T3 quality produced will be Polyester Packs

Botzu's Quick Evaluation

+ Extremely high DPS potential for her rarity.
+ S2: DPS rivals even the 6*s.
+ S2: Manual deactivation means less wasted time if the key target dies early.
- Overdrive is a requirement for her DPS which can make timing difficult as well as knocking her out for a brutally long time.
- No utility beyond her DPS. No crowd control like with other Mech-Accord Casters.
- No built in RES shred really hurts her DPS against some targets.

Operator Overview

Rockrock chose her code name to demonstrate that she is twice as resolute and hard-headed as a rock. Whether she successfully got her point across with this choice is up for debate, but don’t argue about it to her face! As the daughter of a mechanic and the founder of the Citizens’ Self-Salvation Company, Rockrock is not afraid to get her hands dirty in pursuit of her goals. She built her laser-spitting Float Unit drone herself, and she built it to do one thing: MASSIVE DAMAGE. Rockrock is a 5* Mech-Accord Caster, and while most members of this archetype like to splash in a little utility with their damage potential, Rockrock is here to deal damage and chew bubblegum. And she never had any bubblegum to begin with.

Right from deployment, Rockrock starts building her attack plan with her Talent, Upon a Monolith, which grants her a stacking ATK buff over time. But the real meat of her damage comes from utilizing the Overdrive mechanic with her S2, Solitary Yoke. Overdrive is a mechanic where a Skill’s duration is divided into two parts: first, a comparatively vanilla effect is triggered, then halfway through, a more powerful effect is triggered… at the cost of some kind of downside. In Rockrock’s case, Solitary Yoke starts out by simply increasing Rockrock’s ASPD. Once it hits Overdrive, however, Rockrock’s ATK is also increased and the damage ceiling on her Float Unit is massively increased, quickly ramping Rockrock’s DPS up to devastating levels. The downside? When the Skill ends (either on its own or by being manually cancelled by the player), Rockrock is Stunned for a duration equal to the amount of time she was in Overdrive.

There are obvious downsides to this attack plan. Number One: wind-up time. First Solitary Yoke must charge the SP gauge, then there’s a period of vanilla ASPD buff to wait through, then Rockrock’s drone has to attack the same target multiple times to ramp up its damage before Rockrock is hitting her maximum damage numbers. Number Two: cooldown time. If you use the entire duration of Solitary Yoke, Rockrock will be Stunned for 20 seconds! That’s an incredibly long time to have your Caster out of commission (although at least she can be charging her next Solitary Yoke while she recovers).

Rockrock benefits hugely if she can get some help from other Operators. SP battery units help the cycling of Solitary Yoke, and Therapist Medics can give her the Status Resistance buff to cut down the duration of her self-Stun. For a 5* Caster, Rockrock’s damage potential is actually quite impressive, so it can be worth jumping through some hoops to get her off the ground (literally, if she’s slumped over in a self-Stun). Even without assistance, Rockrock can be a potent ace in the hole for dumping burst Arts damage into a tough boss. Deploy her early, time her S2 well, and you’ll see why people were willing to follow this simple train mechanic in her quest for justice.

Newbie Tier List Explanation

Strong burst DPS, but the awkward overdrive mechanic and its penalties could end up being more troublesome to new players, and not worth the trouble in the early-game learning process, especially at 5 star development costs.

Skill Discussion

Skill
Mastery
Story
Advanced
Roguelike
S2M3 B None B+

The 5★ Casters tend to be a crowded group, but also a decidedly mediocre bunch. Rockrock stands out among them with her incredibly high damage so she can be a modestly strong consideration among the chaff. Her S2 is really the only skill to consider with her S1 performing worse in all situations except when you just don't let her go into Overdrive ever (at which point, why bother using her over Kjera or Click). However despite her damage potential, her overall role is still a fairly tough one and promotion + Mastery costs are expensive for an only slightly above average unit and that's reflected in her grades.

Operator Featured Articles

Skill Upgrade Costs

Level Requisites Materials
1 ➝ 2
Lv1
x4
2 ➝ 3
Lv1
x4
x5
3 ➝ 4
Lv1
x6
x3
4 ➝ 5
Lv1
x6
x3
5 ➝ 6
Lv1
x6
x4
6 ➝ 7
Lv1
x6
x3
x2
Skill Level Requisites Materials
1
Lv1 8h
x5
x3
x4
Lv1 16h
x6
x3
x5
Lv1 24h
x10
x4
x4
2
Lv1 8h
x5
x3
x4
Lv1 16h
x6
x3
x6
Lv1 24h
x10
x4
x3

Overall Skill Cost

Elite Upgrade Costs

Level Materials
x20000
x4
x4
x3
x120000
x3
x7
x14

Overall Elite Cost

Total Cost

Operator Profile

Artist Cenm0
CV 千菅春香
CV (CN) 宋媛媛
Gender Female
Place of Birth Victoria
Birthday June 7
Race Feline
Height 161cm
Combat Experience
Half a year
Infection Status Medical tests have confirmed that no infection is present.
Nation
Physical Strength Standard
Mobility Standard
Physiological Endurance Standard
Tactical Planning Excellent
Combat Skill Standard
Originium Adaptability Standard

Profile

Rockrock, a member of the Londinium Citizens' Self-Salvation Corps, cooperated with Rhodes Island during the Londinium crisis and is experienced in reconnaissance and long-ranged assault. At her own suggestion, she has reached a partnership with Rhodes Island's Londinium branch.

Clinical Analysis

Increase Trust to 25.
Imaging tests reveal clear, normal outlines of internal organs, and no abnormal shadows have been detected. Originium granules have not been detected in the circulatory system and there is no sign of infection. At this time, the operator is believed to be uninfected.

[Cell-Originium Assimilation] 0%
Thank the heavens and earth that she didn't get infected under those conditions.

[Blood Originium-Crystal Density] 0.12u/L
Operator Rockrock rarely comes into contact with Originium.

Archive File 1

Increase Trust to 50.
Rockrock is one of the founding members of the Self-Salvation Corps.
By Rockrock's own account, she did not make her drones herself, but rather, it was her captain, Feist, who retrofit them for her from scrap metal. Unlike Feist, who was born into high-tech, Rockrock's background in light industries rendered her ill-equipped to handle mechanical technology, but most of the retrofitting suggestions she put forward were fairly feasible. After Feist implemented these suggestions, the drones demonstrated a remarkable capability in reconnaissance and long-ranged attacks inconsistent with the quality of material used to make them, despite lacking the boon of cutting-edge technology.
Rockrock's weapons demonstrate her staunch determination to protect her family, just like the resolute stance she took during the Londinium crisis.
She was outraged by the invasion of the Sarkaz Army and sees all the members of the Self-Salvation Corps as her own family, which is why she was so upset with Feist after he agreed to let Rhodes Island join – her own father was beaten to death by a band of Sarkaz mercenaries for refusing to sell out the city's defense forces, and Rhodes Island happens to have many Sarkaz operators.
Her father's death was also one of the reasons Rockrock decided to form the Self-Salvation Corps along with her companions.
Rockrock's performance on the battlefield cannot be considered professional, yet also is a far cry from a youth's fearless bravado. She is nothing more than an ordinary civilian forced to step onto the battlefield, and she refused to shy away from it because she did not want to see the Sarkaz hurt any of her family members ever again. Even so, it was too hard for Rockrock to achieve everything she wanted to do herself. Bill was one of the people that Rockrock's father saved back then. Rockrock once resented him for leaving her father behind, but after she came to terms with that critical piece of news herself, she also came to understand the costs and sacrifices that adults spoke of, and made her own decision. Though Rockrock did not give us a detailed account of her mentality following this incident, the captain of another team would be sacrificed right in front of hers eye in a battle just a few days later. Rockrock already knew how to handle that situation – she did not continue to hesitate, instead suppressing her own emotions in an astonishingly short period of time, assuming command of the operations, and successfully seeing it to completion.

Archive File 2

Increase Trust to 100.
Because she often makes the necessities for daily living by herself, Rockrock has always been conservative with her expenditures, though this does not necessarily mean that she is a 'thrifty' person.
A better way to put it is, all words relating to 'money' seem like a foreign concept to her. She even has a very puzzling habit - whenever she finds herself saving up any small sum of money, she'll casually give it to her friends.
'Isn't it natural to give things to friends and relatives who can better put them to use because you have more than what you need at home?'
Just like how an ordinary family would give things to friends if they had an extra basket of fruit or an extra set of clothes at home, Rockrock sees money in the same light she sees fruits and clothes. She can't even comprehend the difference between 'money' and other objects, or what's so special about it.
As a young adult, it's not as if she's never been asked questions such as 'if you don't hold onto any money, what are you going to do when you need it in the future?' In regards to the idea of saving for a rainy day, Rockrock's viewpoint is that she is hesitant to change the way she lives today to account for possible risks in the future, plus... 'Even if you can buy yourself a few extra months with the money you've saved over decades, what's the point of living a few extra months?'
'Hmm... So in other words, just like if you have too much of something, you can also have 'too much' money. You hate superfluous things, and see them as a hindrance to you, because they get in the way... of you experiencing things like a peaceful life or human warmth. Does that sound about right?'
––When Heidi received this present from Rockrock for the first time, her interest was piqued, and the two of them had a chat in which she spoke the above words. Rockrock herself didn't have any particular reaction to this statement, replying with an indifferent 'maybe' before going to find the next target to give money to.

'Rockrock gave you money? Hehe, I thought she didn't think much of you, but turns out, she already sees you as a friend!'

Archive File 3

Increase Trust to 150.
Sudean's old industrial area was once the pride of Londinium. Steam billowed and gears grinded day and night like an indefatigable giant, continuously exporting all sorts of industrial products throughout Victoria and even countries beyond. However, with the advancement of technology and the shifting structure of industry over the last few decades, the status of old industry has been steadily declining. Victorians used to dub the large-scale assembly lines of traditional industries as the prized cornerstones of society, but in contrast with the development of new technology, their bulkiness and bloat gradually become more obvious, and the steam that once covered the sky became festering scars that the same empire came to see as eyesores.
As the times changed, more and more factories became abandoned. The machines that used to run throughout day and night gradually ground to a halt, workshops started to empty out, and abandoned spare parts became battered and rusted after being left unattended for long periods of time. Population gradually began to thin out in the industrial areas, with more and more young laborers searching for a way out while the children and the elderly were left at home, the abandoned factories becoming the children's new playgrounds.
It was in this backdrop of old industry's decline that Rockrock grew up. In her eyes, ever since she was very little, everyone around her was like family. Everyone was tight-knit. They would visit each other, give each other gifts, and make small handicrafts together. The factory had a free movie screening room. If her parents didn't come home in time at night, she could knock on a neighbor's door and enjoy a fresh, hot dinner.
But everything was slowly changing. One day, she suddenly realized that her playmates and the people she knew were gradually leaving. The adults fought amongst themselves more, and the areas that used to be freely accessible were closed off one by one. Nobody could replenish the things that could once be taken freely.
Instead, the streets became quieter and quieter, and more and more places were abandoned. New products and new stores occasionally popped up to try to revitalize this aging district, but perhaps because of the dwindling population, perhaps because of the inexplicable sense of decay in the atmosphere, these things all came and went. They would rush in and try to promote their wares and become trendy, but when nobody cared, they would withdraw, leaving only a jumbled mess behind them.
From an outsider's perspective, we can lament the inexorable wheels of history trampling over the warmth of the past, or the advancement of technology leaving outdated people behind, but we have no way of knowing what Rockrock felt. She never tells others about the way she sees the past, so the only glimpse we can get is through her peculiar way of life.
She did not care about this kind of 'change.'
Rockrock was the daughter of a train boiler worker, and as such, her father personally taught her the Originium-powered train boiler technology he was so proud of, but this technology is rarely used today. Just like all the other workers' children, Rockrock also liked running to the factories when she was a child. One day, she and her playmate found various spare parts from an abandoned factory and crafted her first product that could hardly be considered a craft. This event flung open the door to her own craftsmanship.
Based on Rockrock's own account, her previous residence was full of things she built herself. From small combs and scissors to large wardrobes and bedframes, everything was made with her own hands. Even if the cabinet's wooden board might've been split unevenly, or the iron sheet from the scissors is poking out from the handle, all of that was of little concern to her. It's not that she didn't have the ability to make these things more refined - but they were already 'good enough.'
Though these things may have been shoddy and sometimes difficult to use, the sense of intimacy that they brought to Rockrock was irreplaceable.
Of course, not everyone around her understands her way of life. It's not as if she doesn't understand the benefits of industrial goods. She simply enjoys these things, and is willing to spend a lot of her time and energy in order to fill her surroundings with her own creations. Rockrock understands that this is just a personal quirk of hers - she never gives what she makes to others, simply continuing her own way of life, silently, steadfastly, and without fanfare.
Just as with the era she had grown up in, time will slowly take away the prosperity of the old industrial area. In the end, the only thing people can hold onto is what they are most familiar with.

Oh, by the way, if you absolutely need her to fulfill an order for you, make sure to explain the reason clearly. Otherwise, she can easily reach the misunderstanding that you're trying to poke fun at her, thinking that the stuff she makes is too shoddy. She WILL get mad at you. ––Logistics Department Operator
One more thing, she really won't put more precision in her work just because somebody else ordered it. ––Subsequent addendum from the same operator

Archive File 4

Increase Trust to 200.
'As stubborn as a rock' –– this is the unanimous opinion that people around Rockrock have of her.
Even in this modern city, she has adhered to her traditional way of living for many years. Naturally, many people tried to persuade her that 'this is not good' or 'that is not right,' but Rockrock has never been persuaded. For example, even if you try telling her a thousand times that an air conditioner is a good thing since it's not good for the body to be too hot or too cold while inside a room, Rockrock, like a curmudgeonly old man, will still stick to her own ideas and view you as a nuisance, even if you install an air conditioning unit for her.
But, every rule has its exceptions.
'Viewpoints and experiences shape the human shell, while thoughts and feelings form the human soul.'
While returning to the landship to report in one time, Rockrock picked up this sentence from a book that the Doctor was reading. The other operators present at the time thought nothing of the Doctor's choice of literature, but Rockrock took the initiative to ask: 'What are you reading?'
After that, she carefully listened to passage after passage of the Doctor's soliloquy that most ordinary people would find esoteric and inscrutable.
Not long after Rockrock returned to Londinium, the Doctor received a letter from the Londinium branch. The contents of the letter basically expressed gratitude for the Doctor's teachings, saying that Rockrock had grown a lot since going back.
Though neither the Doctor nor the operator who wrote the thank-you letter knew what exactly the Doctor did, these changes were plenty evident the next time they interacted with her. In the past, if she encountered people or things she could not understand, such as Rhodes Island being able to regard Sarkaz as their teammates, members of the Self-Salvation Corps not being able to fully trust their teammates, or teammates who still harbored selfish thoughts on the battlefield, she absolutely would never try to understand their motivations. But since the last debriefing, Rockrock began trying to actively reach out to those people. Even if the process was bumpy at first, she at least no longer shut down those lines of communication altogether and began to seriously consider the situations of people who are different from her.
The girl has changed the way of doing things that she uncompromisingly retained for so long.
From this we've learned that profound ideas and philosophy may be the right tools to influence Rockrock. Though isn't particularly well-educated and normally describes herself as 'not very literate,' she seems to have an innately acute understanding of more obscure ideas.
Give her the wisdom of philosophers. Let her think, debate, and absorb. Then, it will be possible to move her.
Having that said, the change in Rockrock's attitude towards the Sarkaz race did not come from books or philosophy, but rather from fighting alongside everyone in Rhodes Island, especially Closure. During the process, she came to realize that not every Sarkaz, or every noble, was responsible for the collapse of her homeland, but rather, only the Sarkaz and nobles with dark intentions. Therefore, the people standing at her side, regardless of their status or identity, are her new teammates and family.
Everyone has something they cling to, and we have no intention of forcing her to let go of those things. However, seeing this girl with resolute ideals decide to walk down the same path as us has undoubtedly been a monumental source of spiritual encouragement and support.

Promotion File

Upgrade to Elite LV2.
...That time, huh.
That was right after we went to rescue her. The Sarkaz dragged her father away right before her eyes, and she rushed right up there to go fight those mercenaries.
Everyone knew that a commoner like her would've been killed in a heartbeat before she could as much touch the mercenary's arm.
But, we couldn't lose another one of our comrades.
We brought her underground, along with a few of our other companions. She tried to jump out again and again, and Bill had to restrain her each time. I was there watching them fight. Stubborn. That little runt was so damn stubborn. Even though she knew full well that she'd die if she went out there, she was ready to go and confront her death.
In the end, the Commander had to personally sit her down for a talk.
I don't know what kind of person you are, but you give off the same kind of vibes as our Commander. Our little Rockrock has one hell of a stubborn streak, but teach her well, and she'll grow up into an outstanding person.

Voice Lines

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Appointed as Assistant You want me to be your assistant? I can't, I barely know how to read. It'll just be a waste of your time. If you need something fixed, now that is something I can help with.
Talk 1 I'm too frugal? I don't think so, I just live the way I want. Machinery is good stuff, but I don't need 'em to do anything too fancy. Same goes for my clothes, only the stuff I make myself counts as my own. If you have fewer needs, then of course you spend less money.
Talk 2 When my dad was killed, I honestly thought there wasn't a single good man among all the Sarkaz. But now that I think about it, I was too naive at the time. How can stuff like race or appearance decide if someone's good or bad? No matter what your race is, as long as you look out for one another, you're family.
Talk 3 This outfit? Made it myself - it's gotta be as cool as possible since it gets real hot in the boiler room. What d'ya mean it doesn't look like work attire? Huh? What are you talkin' about? There's all sorts of different workers, and each has her own needs, no?
Talk after Promotion 1 Neighbors who take care of each other, simple but comfortable furniture, an ever-growin' pile of spare parts, and machinery that clanks together like the growl of thunder. Now, that's the good life. I thought my dad grow old with his factory, and that I'd grow old seein' the next generation of factory workers, but...
Talk after Promotion 2 Doesn't matter what it is - as long as you make it yourself, it'll feel like home. Same goes for Londinium. Every brick and tile was laid down by Londiniers. We know what Londinium is thinkin', and we're gonna take it back with our own hands.
Talk after Trust Increase 1 Sometimes the commander reads real strange books. I remember a line went somethin' like this, 'People built cities, but refused to adapt to them.' Not sure I agree with that though. As long as you find your own way to live, it doesn't make a difference whether you're in the city or in the middle o' nowhere.
Talk after Trust Increase 2 My dad and my old friends always used to say I was stubborn, stinky, and foul-tempered. Don't think there's anything wrong with being stubborn, 'cause you need enough of that to protect those around you. But, I failed... Just where are they now...?
Talk after Trust Increase 3 Here, Dr.{@nickname}. Why am I givin' this to you? 'Cause I can't spend all my money, there's no point keepin' it around, and you happened to pass by. No need to be polite, I always used to give money to my friends, so they all got used to it. Huh, you don't need it? Bollocks, gotta find someone else then...
Idle Dr.{@nickname}, Dr.{@nickname}... Havin' a sleep, huh? The blanket, where's the blanket... Hmm, if I made a new blanket, the Doctor would probably find that helpful...
Onboard Londinium Citizens' Self-Salvation Corps Caster, Rockrock, reporting in. Dr.{@nickname}, we've had a spot of misunderstanding before, but I'm not blinded by those old prejudices anymore. Hope we can have a good working relationship.
Watching Battle Record That's crazy... I gotta ask again, are you sure you're a drug company?
Promotion 1 I don't care about my rank. As long as I'm with friends... I'm ready for the next battle.
Promotion 2 I fight to reclaim my home, and to put an end to the fighting. I hope that one day, we'll be able to put our weapons down and pick up the tools to rebuild Londinium. Just like... in the past.
Added to Squad Of course, I've got to protect my family.
Appointed as Squad Leader Be careful. Your safety is more important than victory.
Depart My drones are ready, Doctor. Should I scout ahead?
Begin Operation I've found the enemy... You're not gettin' away!
Selecting Operator 1 I'm here, Doctor. I can see the enemy's tracks.
Selecting Operator 2 Standing by. Doctor, do you need me to deploy?
Deployment 1 Ready to deploy.
Deployment 2 Activating Rock-18 attack module.
In Battle 1 Rock-18, track the enemy!
In Battle 2 It's up to us to protect our homes!
In Battle 3 I'm not watching my friends die again!
In Battle 4 Rock-18, maximum power!
4-star Result I know my drone better than anyone else. It can't do that on its own. The fact that you've used it so effectively just shows how great a commander you are, Dr.{@nickname}.
3-star Result A total victory with no casualties. Dr.{@nickname}, if you were around back then, would things have... turned out differently?
Sub 3-star Result Baddies are gettin' away, after them... Wait, no, scratch that. They might be leadin' us into a trap... Safety's gotta come first.
Operation Failure Run, Doctor, I'll hold them off! ...It's alright, there's no need to worry... When I joined the Self-Salvation Corps, I was ready to face this moment.
Assigned to Facility This place... isn't the same as my home, but it's just as warm. I really like it here.
Tap Hey... Is something wrong? I'm just lookin' at this exhaust fan. Closure said this model's five years old, but it's the first time I've seen it... Crazy.
Trust Tap Oh, Dr.{@nickname}? I'm makin' a wooden carving for you. The stuff I make is only good for me, but I should be fine givin' away simple stuff as decorations, right?
Title Arknights.
Greeting Good mornin', Dr.{@nickname}. Time for another day of hard work.