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⌠ᵀᶜᶜ⌡ Iridium Gunship

Plasma Drone added 2 years ago

Iridium Gunship

I wanted to make my own personal great airfort.

This thing can take an extreme beating before beginning to drop from the sky, and having the air as your personal space is its speciality.

Pros:
Heavy-Duty Armor
Quite fast
Great for long-range

Cons:
Can be a bit hard to turn.

Info:

Top-speed: 270 MpH

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Practical Rating
9.1
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by mestmaker9.0
Creative rating by mestmaker7.0
Creative rating by Kevzebro10.0
Function rating by JSU8.0
Creative rating by JSU7.5
Function rating by RobocraftGuru9.5
Creative rating by RobocraftGuru8.0
Creative rating by karbengo8.0
Function rating by karbengo8.0
Function rating by Manjuel9.5
Creative rating by Manjuel9.0
Function rating by TheSilverChair9.0
Creative rating by TheSilverChair8.0
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BladeStorm777
2 years ago
or at least more pictures, maybe some without the eps
BladeStorm777
2 years ago
tutorial?
M JSU
2 years ago
Looking good. It almost looks like a heart was thrown into the chassis.

Wait.. heart... taking a beating... D:~!!!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Kevzebro
2 years ago
Oh damn, this Is nice...
But its pretty much a free kill in t10 :p

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Semtexagon
2 years ago
Not with a core of TX1's :3c

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