Elysion One's answer to the archaic land mine, The Killing Floor operates on a very simple principle: tread on it and die. Or receive horrific amounts of damage. Whichever comes first. Essentially a gigantic, motion-activated turbine that shoots out lasers at the unsuspecting, The Killing Floor is the ideal supplement to any well-designed maze.

Much like the Slow Field and the AMP field, the Killing Floor is something that can be placed in the path of your enemies. Outside of the players themselves, the field will damage anything that comes into contact with. It can be upgraded multiple times as well.

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