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The robotics support bay is an advanced protoss structure that provides research abilities for protoss mechanical units produced at the robotics facility.[1]

Game StructureEdit

StarCraftEdit

Robotics Support Bay
SC1 Robotics Support Bay
Structure
Race

Protoss

Production
Minerals

150 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

100 Gas Protoss SC1

Build time

30 Time SC2 Game1

Produced from

Probe

Requires

Robotics facility

Protection
Shields

450

Hit points

450

Armor

1

Function
Allows

Reaver

Research

Scarab Damage, Reaver Capacity, Gravitic Drive

The robotics support bay allow warping of reavers.[1]

Researched UpgradesEdit

ReaverCap Icon SC1 Increase Reaver Capacity
Researched at

Robotics support bay

Hotkey

C

Properties
Minerals

200 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

200 Gas Protoss SC1

Research time

166 Time SC2 Game1

Notes
  • Increases the number of scarabs the reavers can hold at once by 5 (to 10)
ReaverDmg Icon SC1 Scarab Damage
Researched at

Robotics support bay

Hotkey

S

Properties
Minerals

200 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

200 Gas Protoss SC1

Research time

166 Time SC2 Game1

Notes
  • Increases scarab damage by 25 (to 125).
GravDrive Suttle Icon SC1 Gravitic Drive
Researched at

Robotics support bay

Hotkey

G

Properties
Minerals

200 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

200 Gas Protoss SC1

Research time

166 Time SC2 Game1

Notes

Building UpgradesEdit

PlasmaShield SC1 Upgrd1 Plasma Shields
Researched at

Forge

Hotkey

S

Properties
Level

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Minerals

200 Minerals Terran SC1

300 Minerals Terran SC1

400 Minerals Terran SC1

Gas

200 Gas Protoss SC1

300 Gas Protoss SC1

400 Gas Protoss SC1

Research time

266 Time SC2 Game1

298 Time SC2 Game1

330 Time SC2 Game1

Required

Cybernetics core

Notes
  • +1 armor bonus to shields per level for all units and structures.

DevelopmentEdit

During the StarCraft alpha, the robotics support bay was known as the "stasis chamber."[2]

StarCraft IIEdit

Main article: Robotics bay

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Underwood, Peter, Bill Roper, Chris Metzen and Jeffrey Vaughn. StarCraft (Manual). Irvine, Calif.: Blizzard Entertainment, 1998.
  2. Renders, accessed on 2011-07-20

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