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Dismayifier

SMG Hover added 5 months ago

This bringer and spreader of dismay sweeps across the battlefield, lasers blazing aplenty as it seeks to outgun the opposition.

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Offense:
- 10x Disintegrators

Defense:
- A Sturdy Core Chassis
- Strut and Damage Isolation Panels

Extras:
- N/A

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This is a hover gunbed that tries to cover various roles with the maximum in simplicity.

It is fairly good at point-holding. It is fairly good at challenging caps and capping. It is fairly good at tanking. It is fairly good at damage-dealing.

It is not the best at any of these roles but it is certainly a fairly good general-purpose bot for all occasions.

Just don't flip it over. Otherwise it will react with dismay. ^_~

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Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera7.5
Function rating by Husky7779.0
Creative rating by Husky7777.0
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Husky777
3 months ago
the face at the bottom x). Solid heavy hover

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Avestron
3 months ago
That is pretty much how it got its name. :cP

It is pretty solid and behaves like most hovers do. Its simplicity also allows players a more 'shoot-em-up-like' experience. ^_^

Thanks for the comment and ratings. :c)
Zalera
5 months ago
Take a tank, remove tracks, add hoves, here you go.

It kinda reminds me of halo wraith for some obvious reasons ^^

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Avestron
5 months ago
Thank you for the comment and ratings. :c)

I do see a similarity. :cP

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