Microwave emitters charged... and ready! - Wotan Array leaving the Vehicle Assembly Depot
The Wotan Array is the ECA's heavy anti-air vehicle capable of "cooking" enemy aircraft with their microwave projectors that can be set to either focused mode for single targets or spread mode for multiple targets.
We'll have clear skies! - Wotan Array
The Wotan is a revolutionary anti-air weapon system of Norwegian origin. Its armament is a microwave projector which is capable of firing an extremely intense beam of EM radiation at a target. Due to the intricacies of the weapon control systems, the limited depression of the beam projector and 'humanitarian' concerns, the 'heat ray' can only be fired at airborne targets, making the Wotan the heavy anti-air weapon of choice for the Scandinavian military and the ECA. The beam's intensity can be set to 'focused' or 'spread', allowing the Wotan to defeat individual aircraft with all available firepower or damage an entire swarm of packed targets at the same time. Thanks to the physical attributes of a directed energy weapon, the Wotan's attack has long range and suffers no delay before it strikes the target. An enemy pilot caught within range of a Wotan is essentially
doomed to combust, either from being cooked to death by the microwave beam or by the premature ignition of his fuel and weaponry - whichever happens first.
Focuses the beam on a single target.
Spreads the beam on multiple targets with reduced damage.