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RAKSHASA-class Mjolnir

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Rakshasa
Rakshasa Core Icon
Production overview

Manufacturer(s):

Lethbridge Industrial

Type:

MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor

Role(s):

Durable armor for lengthy missions behind enemy lines

 

The RAKSHASA-class Mjolnir is a variant of the MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor manufactured by Lethbridge Industrial.[1]

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Design details[edit]

The Rakshasa is versatile, easy to maintain, and comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. Critical advantages for long-duration remote operations in hostile environments. Another key to its success are multiple levels of subsystem redundancy and an integral self-repair system.[1]

Development history[edit]

Developed by Lethbridge Industrial, the Rakshasa armor was battle-tested by Delta-6 hunter-killer teams and disruption operatives who ranged far into the former Covenant core worlds.

In-game information[edit]

For armor pieces compatible with the Rakshasa armor core, see here.

The Rakshasa armor core is unlockable after attaining level 6 on the free Battle Pass in Season 02: Lone Wolves, the second season of Halo Infinite multiplayer. With the release of the December update during Halo Infinite's Winter Update, the Rakshasa core was granted to all players for free.[2]

Armor Manufacturer Lore Rarity Unlock Requirements
Rakshasa Core Icon
Rakshasa armor core
Lethbridge Industrial RAKSHASA armor was battle-tested by Delta-6 hunter-killer teams and disruption operatives who ranged far into the former Covenant core worlds. Key to its success are multiple levels of subsystem redundancy and an integral self-repair system. Epic
The RAKSHASA helmet from Halo Infinite
RAKSHASA helmet
Lethbridge Industrial The RAKSHASA is versatile, easy to maintain, and comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. Critical advantages for long-duration remote operations in hostile environments. Common
  • Season 02: Lone Wolves Battle Pass Level 6 (Free)
  • Unlocked by default as of December 2022 Update

Trivia[edit]

Rakshasa (राक्षस) is Hindi for "demon".

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