TFEW: Best Power Cores for Goldfire & Ramjet

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Welcome to the latest in our series of articles about the Transformers Earth Wars mobile game where we take a look at the best Power Cores for each TFEW bot. While our staff will never claim to have all of the answers for TFEW, we do our homework and test out each bot to ensure we are making only the best recommendations.

Autobot Goldfire and his Decepticon counterpart Ramjet are Warrior class bots and are designed with a special ability called Blazing Charge that reads, “Rush into combat setting buildings on fire and dealing damage to each of them over time. The effect will spread if the building is destroyed during this time.” While similar to the Fire Rush special ability of Slug/Rampage or even Pyra Magna/Bonecrusher, the Kremzeek-like effect “will spread if the building is destroyed during this time,” which is combined with a higher DPS than the previously-mentioned warrior class bots, making these two bots a good bit more valuable offensively. So which Power Cores are best for Goldfire & Ramjet to best enhance their abilities?

 

Best Power Core for Goldfire & Ramjet:

Ground Command/Force – Attack – The Vitality Core, Rejuvenate Core, Attack Core or specific Squad Power Cores should all be in play for Goldfire & Ramjet, but overall I feel that the Ground Command/Force – Attack core is the best fit, unless you prioritize these bots for one of your valuable Prime Cores. The Ground Command/Force – Attack core “restores a percentage of the equipped bot’s health every 5 seconds. Boosts damage of regular attacks all other warriors by a percentage.” Thus, in addition to granting the effects similar to a Rejuvenate Core it also enhances the offense of any other warrior bot in play.

Other Cores: Ground Command/Force – Trithyllium Plating, Vitality Core, Rejuvenate Core, Attack Core

 

 

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