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Healium Flyer Mk.1

Medic Flier added 1 year ago

A brand-new series I began to try and make a viable Helium-Flyer Medic. It has a high Nano redundancy and large EP coverage to maintain healing mid-flight.

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Comments
3
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4
Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by swaggypanda2259.0
Creative rating by swaggypanda2259.0
Function rating by Eliteussf8.0
Creative rating by Eliteussf8.0
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Eliteussf
1 year ago
Nice healer but I think it will be better with leg so you can land. It is your choice

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
CompanionCube
1 year ago
Huh, I actually didn't think about legs because it has been so long.

That's a good point though, since walker flyers used to be a thing. I'll give it a shot! Thanks for your feedback. =)
swaggypanda225
1 year ago

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0

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