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Gotta Go Fast: A Thruster Stick

Plasma Drone added 6 months ago

This is a thruster stick that cruises at 300mph at OC 15 and 260-265 at OC 10 (Elimination level).

I've electroplated the main body and added tesseract weave to the front and back to protect important components. This decreased the respective cruising speeds from 330-335 mph and 270-275 mph along with less erratic maneuvering, but it still moves and dodges like a champ.

I was originally going for a T-stick with minimal helium and no "feather" rudder, but it proved to be uncontrollable in turns (as it would spin with the front as an axis), even if it did reach 400+ mph in turns and 600-700 mph in falls and spins. This one turns on a dime, though.

Who says thruster sticks are dead?

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