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The Gauss Binder Project (GKLS CG-24) | The encased Nano healer

Medic Hover added 3 months ago

So currently as of august 28 2018, the Nanos (and psks) do not suffer any blocked gun penalty, and blocked guns count towards nominal fire rate.

This means, as long as you have 4 say Nano Binders somewhere on the bot, even if they are blocked or cannot get the angle on the target, The remaining nano that Can shoot, will shoot at max fire rate.

This oversight/mechanic can be abused.

Here is an example.

This hover has 4 binders inside an armored tube. Very difficult to strip the ones inside.

This boosts all binders outside, even if there is one remaining outside, to shoot at full fire rate at all times.

Furthermore, when all binders outside are stripped away, you still have the nanos inside the tube, which will still fire at full fire rate, And these nanos are very difficult to remove short of direct frontal assault or killing the hover itself.

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