|Faction||Atomic Kingdom of China|
|Building Type||Support Defence|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Made by||Great Wall Duplicator Facilities|
|Key Features|| » Tractor beams (Last count four)|
» Polarity reverse
» 醫治 ("Heal")
» Improvised armor plating
» Extra rations (Gifts from other clones)
Picking Up the Pieces: Created to save forces of the Kingdom, the Regenerator Turret is designed off the philosophy that if the forces of the Kingdom survive longer, the better chance of victory.
Dammit Clone, I'm a Healer, not a Fighter: Though it still works as a defensive system, the turret takes time to actually "destroy" an enemy vehicle, and needs time and support to do its job.
Many in the Allied and Soviet armies sent to the Chinese front notice a distinct lack of empathy for the cloned forces of the Kingdom. Clones are thrown straight into the jaws of death from the word "Go", and dozens of vehicles can be found lying in wrecks after every battle, the noble officers safe in the knowledge that their resources will never run dry. The Viceroy, however, has announced more than once such wastes of resources harkened to the days of the civil war, and the Kingdom's designers in response created a turret modeled after the Soviet concept of the Tsarsky Leech Beam.
Utilizing multiple tractor beams to first pull parts off the enemy's weapons and vehicles and then "firing" them over to friendly Kingdom forces, the new Regenerator Turret functions as an interesting turret system. Though at first seemingly simple, the clones that have survived thanks to these beams are grateful to their operators for the help. They will often seek the operators out to give them simple gifts as a sign of thanks; an extra ration, a piece of fruit, even a simple "Hello". The Kingdom's leadership sees this as harmless and good for clone morale, and so allow it to continue.