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Scylla - Emblem
General information
Classification Human
Gender Male
Affiliation and military information
Affiliation Global Cortex
Occupation Raven
Rank E-22
Craft MT Delta
AC Delta
Real world information
Appearances Armored Core 3,
Armored Core Visual Art Works

Scylla is an MT Pilot, and later Raven appearing in Armored Core 3. He is ranked E-22 in the Arena.


Upon completing Recover Ship Cargo.

Title: Unit Upgrade

"Well, I've moved up in the world. Should you ever be in need of an AC with great rapid-fire capability, don't hesitate to call on me."

MT Delta[]

AC3 Delta

Model Kit of AC Delta

This MT design emulates that of a quad-legged AC. It's specifically constructed for ground warfare, and is both quick and agile. Given its lack of armor, the unit performs best when partnered alongside others

MT Delta Specifications[]

MT Delta

MT Delta

Scylla's MT, Delta, is a rather odd-looking one. It is a quad-legged MT, but the legs function as hover-based leg parts. It is equipped with a rapid-fire pulse cannon as its only means of defense, and as such it suffers in engagements by itself. It's low attack power and AP mean that when you accept Scylla as a consort, be prepared to support him a fair amount, as he can die quite easily if left alone.

  • Name: Scylla
  • MT Name: Delta
  • MT Type: Quad-legged, Hover-based MT
  • Armament/s: Pulse Cannon
  • Armor Points: 2,600
  • Strategy: Head-on charge, despite his MTs low defense. Circles his opponents whilst firing.
  • Strengths: Mobility, open spaces, slow/stationary enemies
  • Weaknesses: Defense, confined spaces, fast enemies

AC Delta[]

AC Delta

AC Delta

Like his old MT, Delta was made to be a mobile quad-leg, although the pilot has traded cost-friendly energy weaponry for solid-shell machine guns, allowing it to easily tear through ACs while keeping the pressure on.



Scylla can be hired as a consort; first as an MT pilot and later as an AC pilot in the following missions:

MT Delta

AC Delta

In-Game Information[]

At first glance, he appears to be another trigger happy, machine gun newbie, but his decision to go with shell based weapons was deliberate in order to offset the energy consumption of his AC's leg selection. He's calm under pressure and assertive.


Scylla can be devastating to a slow opponent, however a light AC will be able to dodge the continuous stream of full automatic solid shell fire with little difficulty. The shields on his shoulder are primarily for show as they burn energy so quickly it is impractical to activate them in combat for more than a heartbeat. Avoid the machine gun fire and the battle should pose no difficulty. His chainguns can track better but they are still very avoidable as long as you commit to the aim evasion.

At the end of the day, Scylla is essentially the same fight as with Chain Impact, sporting practically the same AC build (with only notable, yet in fact minor, difference being the aforementioned AEGIS shield extensions), so the same strategy back there will work just as well here.


Armored Core Variable Infinity[]


The name Scylla refers to a monster that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water, opposite its counterpart Charybdis. The two sides of the strait were within an arrow's range of each other—so close that sailors attempting to avoid Charybdis would pass too close to Scylla and vice versa.

The name Delta refers to the Δ or δ in the Greek alphabet.


  • Delta is one of the ACs made into a model kit.
  • Scylla is a monster in Greek mythology, who, along with Charybdis, gave way to the idiom symbolizing choosing between two dangers, each of which would bring harm.
  • Delta refers to the letter in the Greek Alphabet, and also serves as a term used in many scientific & mathematical equations.