|A simple mine that is placed under terrain and fitted with a pressure-sensitive plate to detonate under the weight of heavy vehicles. Mines are visible to friendlies and enemies on foot. Mines deactivate after 48 in-game days.
|— In-game description
The Abisme AT-99 (also known as an AT Mine) is a deployable Explosive Charge that serves as an Anti-Tank Mine.
A deployed mine despawns after 48 hours if it isn't triggered.
Deployed mines are visible to all soldiers on foot. Vehicle crewmembers and passengers can see friendly mines as well as enemy mines placed on roads, but enemy mines placed offroad are invisible to them. So it is advisable to have someone on foot scouting for mines if moving into a new area. They aren't concealed by the night's obscurity or when placed in bushes (will show colored outline).
|100 x Basic Materials
10 x Explosive Materials
|Crate of 10 x Abisme AT-99
In order to deploy the charge, the player must:
- Equip it from your inventory - press
- Deploy it at the desired location - press
This will begin the deployment animation, which will place the explosive after the animation is finished.
It can't be placed on rocks, inside or on top of structures, or less than 60m from a Region border. It can't be less than 1 meter from another mine.
- If multiple players deploy mines at the same time it is possible to place some mines very close together, bypassing their distance restriction
- A couple vehicles (Landing APCs, Silverhand Lordscar - Mk. X) have open-top seats close enough to the ground that a mine can occasionally kill the crew or passengers
- The Abisme appears to be visually similar to the German Tellermine 42, taking inspiration from its fuse, carry handle and overall shape.
- Possibly due to a bug, there is a small chance for the detonation of a mine to not affect the vehicle triggering it
A Colonial soldier equipped with an Abisme AT-99
A Lance-36 in front of a minefield; notice how all mines are visible, which implies they are friendly mines (they will detonate regardless of who driving over them)