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    The Redeemer is perfectly fine in Onslaught and should even be left in the game for competitive play.

    The redeemer is probably the best way for a team that has a vulnerable power core to regain a node. If you didn't realize this you havn't played Onslaught long enough to post feedback about it.

    The redeemer is also incredibely easy to defend against in Onslaught with the use of the turrets and other vehicle fire.

    It wasn't even necessary to put the Redeemer in a hard to reach spawn point with a slow respawn time. Each base should have had a Reedemer spawn that spawns a Redeemer everytime a node has been lost in the losing teams base.

    The Redeemer is also currently the only artillery type weapon available in Onslaught that cannot be spammed and has a sense of balance.

    This would also give the name Redeemer a new meaning to the word redeem.

    Main Entry: re┬Ědeem
    Pronunciation: ri-'dEm
    Function: transitive verb
    Etymology: Middle English redemen, modification of Middle French redimer, from Latin redimere, from re-, red- re- + emere to take, buy; akin to Lithuanian imti to take
    1 a : to buy back : REPURCHASE b : to get or win back
    2 : to free from what distresses or harms: as a : to free from captivity by payment of ransom b : to extricate from or help to overcome something detrimental c : to release from blame or debt : CLEAR d : to free from the consequences of sin
    3 : to change for the better : REFORM
    5 a : to free from a lien by payment of an amount secured thereby b (1) : to remove the obligation of by payment <the U.S. Treasury redeems savings bonds on demand> (2) : to exchange for something of value <redeem trading stamps> c : to make good : FULFILL
    6 a : to atone for : EXPIATE b (1) : to offset the bad effect of (2) : to make worthwhile : RETRIEVE
    synonym see RESCUE