|Role||Provides bonuses or unfortunate death|
Create a Tiberium patch
Provide a free unit
G-771G Containers, better known as simply Crates, are powerups that provide their collector with various bonuses, but my also explode upon collection. In missions, crates are often found around the mission area in set locations, whereas in skirmish/multiplayer matches, random crates can be enabled in the game options, causing them to spawn in random locations on the battlefield.
The G-771G Container has being used by the commercial shipping industries for decades by the Third Tiberium War. They are widely used by both the Global Defense Initiative and the Brotherhood of Nod as logistics crates, storing military spares, data cores, and other equipment and supplies. As both GDI and Nod rely on mobility and rapid deployment, military equipment are often left behind, and these crates can be seeing littering both Blue Zones and Yellow Zones. Unlike in the vanilla game, crates now have unique looks to quickly show what each crate does. There are many crates available:
- New Mysterious crate can either reveal the entire map for a few seconds, heal all damaged units and structures on the battlefield, create a Tiberium patch (similarly to the Tiberium Seed support power), cause an EMP blast, or detonate and destorying any unit nearby.
- Veterancy crate increases the veterancy level of nearby units by one rank.
- Healing crate completely heals all nearby units.
- Money crate gives its collector 1000 credits if they have enough Tiberium storage capacity, otherwise, they receive less credits.
- Unit crate can spawn various units from the vanilla game:
- Roach Tank (old C&C3 Scorpion Tank)
- Guardian APC
- Beam Cannon
- Flame Tank
- Predator Tank
- Raider Buggy
- In the World Builder, a crate called UnitCrateSP spawns four Wolverines (Pitbulls in the base game).
- Upon collecting a money crate in a skirmish game, Brutal AI receives 2000 credits.
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