These troops are equipped with a flamethrower which suppresses troops it damages. Suppressed troops deal half damage and move at half speed.
Historical Description Edit
Early flamethrowers were used aboard naval ships during the Classical Age, where a pump was used to spay Greek Fire. The first man-portable modern flamethrower were invented around 1901 before WW1. They were consisted of two tanks (one filled with flammable oil, the other with pressurized gas), a rubber tube with an igniting device and a lever to control the flow. By WW2 flamethrowers saw extensive use, most notably in clearing entrenched positions like bunkers.
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