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★CÆ★ VANGUARD

SMG Tank added 2 years ago

The Vanguard is a multi-purpose tank.
Armed to the teeth, can counter any kind of both.
It uses 7x Laser Disintegrators good for mid range and Towers, 1x Ion Distorter for CQC and an 1x Aeroflak to take down air bots.
It's also equipped with 1x Radar Overwatch for an improved field control.
One of the most complete bots in the battlefield.
Uses 1750 CPU.

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Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
9.0
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Function rating by ED209mk210.0
Creative rating by ED209mk28.0
Function rating by Shafty42010.0
Creative rating by Shafty42010.0
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Shafty420
2 years ago
Psk's do better as short-medium range xD

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
charliefirpo
2 years ago
Yes i know, but i use smgs to take Towers fast. If i raplace them with proto-seekers it takes ages to capture one
ED209mk2
2 years ago
Looks really tough, and nice positioning of turrets :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
charliefirpo
2 years ago
Thanks man!! :D

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