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Analysis by Nick Winters
T-Doll Role
Anti-Armor DPS,
Night,
Burst DPS

Basic Info

Rarity

T-Doll Stats

This T-Doll is available in EN. Its rankings are based only on EN T-Dolls.

Max HP 82
Max DMG 130
Max ACC 90
Max EVA 32
Max ROF 35
Stat rankings are class specific
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Ammo
15 / 25 / 35 / 45 / 55
Ration
30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90
Move Speed
7
Crit. Rate
40%
Crit. Damage
50%
Armor Pen.
10
Clip Size
N/A

Tileset

Affects HG
Skill Cooldown-15%

Skill

Assault Focus N
Initial CD (8s)
Level 10 Effect

During nighttime increase XM3's Rate of Fire by 100% (32% during daytime) for 5 seconds.

Level 10 Cooldown 8 Seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 9.2 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8
[Night] RoF+ 55% (3s) 60% (3.2s) 65% (3.4s) 70% (0.7s) 75% (3.9s) 80% (4.1s) 85% (4.3s) 90% (4.6s) 95% (4.8s) 100% (5s)
RoF+ 18% (3s) 19.6% (3.2s) 21.1% (3.4s) 22.7% (3.7s) 24.2% (3.9s) 25.8% (4.1s) 27.3% (4.3s) 28.9% (4.6s) 30.4% (4.8s) 32% (5s)

Equipment

Overview

As a limited map drop from Chapter 10, XM3 is not an easy T-Doll to acquire. Dropping either from Judge, a powerful Ringleader, or the commonly farmed Hydras in 10-4E. In return for the effort required to obtain her, XM3 offers a solid set of base stats for an RF, and a potent Skill that doubles her Rate of Fire at night. 

While Assault Focus N provides one of the largest RoF buffs amongst RFs, it has an unfortunately long Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds, similar to G43. As RFHG teams normally strive to end battles quickly due to the fragility of HGs, this long delay strains the Echelon’s survivability. Furthermore, the Skill’s limitation of Night battles heavily restricts XM3’s usage compared to other RFs. As a result of the aforementioned limitations, XM3 is not as flexible as general-use RFs such as WA2000 and SVD, despite her ability to match them in DPS during her Skill.

Equipment

Overview

As a limited map drop from Chapter 10, XM3 is not an easy T-Doll to acquire. Dropping either from Judge, a powerful Ringleader, or the commonly farmed Hydras in 10-4E. In return for the effort required to obtain her, XM3 offers a solid set of base stats for an RF, and a potent Skill that doubles her Rate of Fire at night. 

While Assault Focus N provides one of the largest RoF buffs amongst RFs, it has an unfortunately long Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds, similar to G43. As RFHG teams normally strive to end battles quickly due to the fragility of HGs, this long delay strains the Echelon’s survivability. Furthermore, the Skill’s limitation of Night battles heavily restricts XM3’s usage compared to other RFs. As a result of the aforementioned limitations, XM3 is not as flexible as general-use RFs such as WA2000 and SVD, despite her ability to match them in DPS during her Skill.

Strengths

Situationally Strong RoF Buffing Skill

  • Assault Focus N, XM3’s Skill, buffs her Rate of Fire by an impressive 100% at night, making her competitive with other DPS RFs. 

Solid Base Stats

  • XM3’s stats compare well to other RoF boosting RFs, matching or exceeding them in Damage and Accuracy.

Weaknesses

Night-Only Skill

  • XM3’s Skill, Assault Focus N, provides only 34% of its buff effectiveness during day battles, handicapping XM3’s performance considerably. 

Long Initial Cooldown

  • Assault Focus N has an extremely long initial cooldown of 8 seconds. This puts greater pressure on the HGs to survive until her Skill activates, when compared to conventional DPS RFs with skills that activate at 5 seconds. 

Difficult to Obtain

  • As XM3 is a limited drop from Chapter 10, players with strong enough teams to farm the maps that can drop her often already have access to much better RFs. 

Full Analysis

Stat-wise, XM3 compares well to her RoF boosting counterparts, sporting a competitive 130 Damage and an above-average Accuracy of 90. Her Rate of Fire lags behind at only 35, but her Skill compensates for this shortcoming. 

XM3’s Assault Focus N Skill provides a potent 100% buff to her RoF during night battles, though it only confers a much smaller 34% buff during the day. The trade off for this potency is an Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds, a full 3 seconds longer than traditional DPS RFs and HGs. 

Although Assault Focus N doubles XM3’s Rate of Fire, her low base stat leaving XM3 with a similar RoF to WA2000 and K31 in spite of the substantial trade off required for her Skill. Outside of Night battles, XM3 will fall even further behind other DPS RFs due to the vastly reduced effectiveness of her Skill during the day.

As a result of her Skill’s limitations, XM3 struggles to outperform her peers in practice despite her strong Skill multiplier. Additionally, commanders who can farm 10-4E for XM3 often already have plenty of options for DPS RFs, further reducing XM3’s immediate utility even if she were to be rescued. While a determined Commander can likely make XM3 perform well in a team that can compensate for her shortcomings, there is no need to make her a priority farming target, especially as she will drop regularly for Commanders that repeatedly run 10-4E for cores.

Strengths

Situationally Strong RoF Buffing Skill

  • Assault Focus N, XM3’s Skill, buffs her Rate of Fire by an impressive 100% at night, making her competitive with other DPS RFs. 

Solid Base Stats

  • XM3’s stats compare well to other RoF boosting RFs, matching or exceeding them in Damage and Accuracy.

Weaknesses

Night-Only Skill

  • XM3’s Skill, Assault Focus N, provides only 34% of its buff effectiveness during day battles, handicapping XM3’s performance considerably. 

Long Initial Cooldown

  • Assault Focus N has an extremely long initial cooldown of 8 seconds. This puts greater pressure on the HGs to survive until her Skill activates, when compared to conventional DPS RFs with skills that activate at 5 seconds. 

Difficult to Obtain

  • As XM3 is a limited drop from Chapter 10, players with strong enough teams to farm the maps that can drop her often already have access to much better RFs. 

Full Analysis

Stat-wise, XM3 compares well to her RoF boosting counterparts, sporting a competitive 130 Damage and an above-average Accuracy of 90. Her Rate of Fire lags behind at only 35, but her Skill compensates for this shortcoming. 

XM3’s Assault Focus N Skill provides a potent 100% buff to her RoF during night battles, though it only confers a much smaller 34% buff during the day. The trade off for this potency is an Initial Cooldown of 8 seconds, a full 3 seconds longer than traditional DPS RFs and HGs. 

Although Assault Focus N doubles XM3’s Rate of Fire, her low base stat leaving XM3 with a similar RoF to WA2000 and K31 in spite of the substantial trade off required for her Skill. Outside of Night battles, XM3 will fall even further behind other DPS RFs due to the vastly reduced effectiveness of her Skill during the day.

As a result of her Skill’s limitations, XM3 struggles to outperform her peers in practice despite her strong Skill multiplier. Additionally, commanders who can farm 10-4E for XM3 often already have plenty of options for DPS RFs, further reducing XM3’s immediate utility even if she were to be rescued. While a determined Commander can likely make XM3 perform well in a team that can compensate for her shortcomings, there is no need to make her a priority farming target, especially as she will drop regularly for Commanders that repeatedly run 10-4E for cores.

Team Options

  • RoF Buffing RFs: Other RFs with RoF buffing skills make good teammates for XM3, allowing for easy synergy. SVD is the prime candidate for this role, but Commanders should be mindful to avoid matching the Rate of Fire of both RFs. This can result in corpse whipping - a phenomenon resulting from two RFs with the same RoF always hitting the same enemy and thus wasting DPS should the first RF fully kill the target. For this reason, K31 and WA2000 are not recommended, as when paired with the majority of RoF buffing HGs, they hit the same RoF as XM3. Commanders wishing to use XM3 with other RoF boosting RFs should test their specific echelons to ensure that this is not an issue.

  • RoF Buffing HGs: Due to her exceptional RoF buff, XM3 can approach the Rate of Fire cap with only one RoF-buffing teammate. M950A, Five-seveN, and Stechkin all fill this spot well, while debuffers with RoF tiles such as Welrod MkII or Makarov can be used to top off the final bit of RoF needed to reach the cap

  • Damage Buffing HGs: As XM3 is able to achieve a high RoF with only one teammate, she can benefit from Damage Buffs as well. SAA, Grizzly, Mk 23, and K5 all fill this role well, as does Px4 Storm

  • Damage Buffing RFs: Due to her potent Skill Buff, XM3 fits well into a hybrid RF echelon. Corpse whipping will generally not occur when XM3 is working alongside a Damage-buffing RF like M14, Lee-Enfield, SRS, or G28. The Damage Buffing RFs are able to burst down high health targets, while XM3’s higher RoF lets her deal with larger groups of lower HP enemies.  

Team Options

  • RoF Buffing RFs: Other RFs with RoF buffing skills make good teammates for XM3, allowing for easy synergy. SVD is the prime candidate for this role, but Commanders should be mindful to avoid matching the Rate of Fire of both RFs. This can result in corpse whipping - a phenomenon resulting from two RFs with the same RoF always hitting the same enemy and thus wasting DPS should the first RF fully kill the target. For this reason, K31 and WA2000 are not recommended, as when paired with the majority of RoF buffing HGs, they hit the same RoF as XM3. Commanders wishing to use XM3 with other RoF boosting RFs should test their specific echelons to ensure that this is not an issue.

  • RoF Buffing HGs: Due to her exceptional RoF buff, XM3 can approach the Rate of Fire cap with only one RoF-buffing teammate. M950A, Five-seveN, and Stechkin all fill this spot well, while debuffers with RoF tiles such as Welrod MkII or Makarov can be used to top off the final bit of RoF needed to reach the cap

  • Damage Buffing HGs: As XM3 is able to achieve a high RoF with only one teammate, she can benefit from Damage Buffs as well. SAA, Grizzly, Mk 23, and K5 all fill this role well, as does Px4 Storm

  • Damage Buffing RFs: Due to her potent Skill Buff, XM3 fits well into a hybrid RF echelon. Corpse whipping will generally not occur when XM3 is working alongside a Damage-buffing RF like M14, Lee-Enfield, SRS, or G28. The Damage Buffing RFs are able to burst down high health targets, while XM3’s higher RoF lets her deal with larger groups of lower HP enemies.  

History/Trivia

The XM3 rifle is an improvement upon the M40A3 rifle system used by the United States Marine Corps, intended to reduce the weight, length, and noise, along with improved field of view. Developed from 2005 to 2006 by DARPA, the XM3 delivered on its stated goals, as well as being able to mount a suppressor, day and night optics, and intended to be used with a bipod. 

While well liked by its users, the XM3’s limited production and semi-official nature meant that some problems with its usage emerged, and in 2014, they were transferred to the US Army, where they were sold via the Civilian Marksmanship Program, making them rare commodities on the commercial market, fetching considerable sums when they do appear. 

T-Doll full name: DARPA XM3

Country of Origin: United States of America

Manufacturer: Remington

Common Nicknames: XM3

Specifications: 

  • Weight: Unknown

  • Length: Unknown

  • Barrel length: 18.5 Inches

  • Cartridge: 7.62x51mm Nato

  • Rate of fire: Bolt Action

  • Muzzle velocity: Unknown

  • Effective range: 1,000 yards (910 meters)

  • Feed system: 5 round box magazine

Acquisition
Drop
Illustrator
时辰
Voice Actor
0
Manufacturer
Remington
T-Doll Full Name
DARPA XM-3
Country of Origin
United States Of America
Common Nicknames
XM3