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Castle Core(s)

General Robot added 4 weeks ago

The Castle is a sprinter leg designed speciffically for arena. main weapons being its Ion distorters with 6 SMG for backupa nd redundancy. 2 backwards facing nanos to help support teamates. Housing a internal Power module to help with sustained DPS/burst fire it can eliminate even most of the tankiest of bots quickly.

This build has 3 seperate "Cores" in the form of internal armored hoverblade attachments. 1 to each ion and 1 to the power module.

On CRF by the name of Castle

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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by andrefrcaetano8.5
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano8.0
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andrefrcaetano
4 weeks ago
Im not sure if Ion Distorters are the best choice on a 2k CPU Craft, but with the whole Power change it will be fine.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
NinjaPenguin
4 weeks ago
Hey thanks for the vote /comment. It seems to work well to assassinate a single bot with power module. I do have a pure smg tank you can check out too called ablative.
andrefrcaetano
4 weeks ago
Oh, i didnt noticed the power module...nvm xD

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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