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The LPO-50 is a Soviet/Russian flamethrower.

Modern Combat Edit

Ingame the LPO-50 is available to engineers from the Korean, Cuban, H.I.E., and Russian military factions. It features unlimited ammunition, but overheats quickly. The LPO-50 is extremely devastating at close ranges, is useful at medium ranges, but is ineffective at long range engagements. The flamethrower can take a napalm attachment, which makes the flames stick to the ground and continue to burn for several seconds, along with an oxide tank that increases the temperature of the flames, causing more damage. The LPO-50 is devastating verses infantry and certain vehicles, along with being capable of destroying certain structures. Be cautious however, as friendly fire is always a danger.

Globals Conquest Edit

Ingame the LPO-50 is the main armament of Russian, Korean, H.I.E., and Chinese flamethrower teams, along with being an upgrade for the Russian Spetsnaz's Engineer, giving them the ability to eradicate infantry in a close range, and instantly clear garrisons. The flamethrowers have a variety of upgrades available.

Upgrades Edit

Russian Federation

  • Napalm Adherent : Leaves flames that continue to burn after the operator has fired.
  • Oxide Tank : Flames burn at a higher temperature.
  • Specialty Chemicals - Gives the flamethrower a poisonous advantage.

People's Republic of China

  • Napalm Adherent : Leaves flames that continue to burn after the operator has fired.
  • Oxide Tank : Flames burn at a higher temperature.
  • Breath of the Dragon : Further increases the temperature of the flames, while increasing their range.

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

  • Napalm Adherent : Leaves flames that continue to burn after the operator has fired.
  • Oxide Tank : Flames burn at a higher temperature.

Holy Islamic Empire/Caliphate

  • Napalm Adherent : Leaves flames that continue to burn after the operator has fired.
  • Oxide Tank : Flames burn at a higher temperature.
  • Cleansing Fires - Increases the flames temperature further, while spewing out chemicals to poison the air and more quickly destroy targets.
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