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Gungnir 2.0 - IonRail Hover

Rail Hover added 1 month ago

Sick of playing brick wars, using only SMG for primary weapon? Then Why don't you try this Gungnir 2.0? The IonRail Hover?

Currently battlements are full of planes (brick wings... I hate'em) - Drop'em with the rail and finish of them with Ion in the face!

Basic Weapon set : 1 Ion Distorter + 8 Rail Decimator
Variations : Ion can be replaced with LOML - LOML Viper requires removal of some chassis cubes.

This bot has TX Light Armor Bodyframe, so if you place safe and look for right timeing for Ion kill, you wont die easily.
The bot is named Gungnir 2.0 because there was first version of this bot - red bot on the second picture. (which was really fragile, and died when Towers got removed).

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Function rating by Luke200559.0
Creative rating by Luke200559.5
Function rating by Silhohen9.5
Creative rating by Silhohen9.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
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Zalera
1 month ago
I personaly prefer the front and the color scheme of the old version, but well, it's just my point of view...^^

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Silhohen
1 month ago
Pretty nice :3

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Luke20055
1 month ago
Nice shape and layered paintjob, love the weapons however at that CPU it would be hard to balance out the shots :3

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
_MARK98_
1 month ago
I have changed a bit with side mounts of the back side. (so don't get confused)

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