|Role||Bipedal combat mech|
|National origin||Pravus International|
|Designed by||Global Armaments|
|Introduction||10 May 2013|
|Status||In service, in production|
|Primary user||Pravus Combat Legions|
|Unit cost||$1.8 million|
Pravus had long been hoping to sell the Oppressor on the foreign market, though few countries even considered the mech for combat duties. The "excessive overkill" as commentors put it, was deemed too much for even the most unscrupulous of military forces in the world's pariah states, and members of NATO refused to consider it as a weapon in the arsenals of its many militaries. With that, Pravus is the only combat user of the ED-3, and as a result, the corporation has only ordered 150 of the machines, with the potential to construct another 100 should the need arise.