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Enforcer (Swedish version)

SMG Copter added 2 years ago

A rebuilt version of my Enforcer...

7 "MK10"- SMGs... and yes, it's enough :-)

The front shield has two triforced layers (three in the middle) and the guns are not attached, or in any way connected, to the front shields.

Obviously the weakest part is its back so you have to be tactical when engaging an enemy trying to make sure that you are not flanked. As long as I can keep my front somewhat pointing at an opponent there are not many other bots that can take this one down!

I usually perform quite well with it as you can see an example of in one of the pictures (getting in 2nd place being in the losing team must be considered ok :-)

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Function rating by mistah_Jay8.5
Creative rating by mistah_Jay6.0
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mistah_Jay
2 years ago
I dont get why these builds are so effective, theyre a pain in the ass for a bomber like me

Ratings 8.5 practical and 6.0 creative0

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