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Ion Shark

Ion Hover added 3 weeks ago

A little piranha. Armed with two Ion Destabilizers and a ghost module. Available in the CRF as an Ion Shark.

Updated 11/19/17

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237
Comments
6
Ratings
7
Practical Rating
3.0
Creative Rating
2.8
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Function rating by papershredder435.0
Creative rating by papershredder434.0
Function rating by Dan94.0
Creative rating by Dan93.0
Function rating by McNugg27101.0
Function rating by andrefrcaetano2.0
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano1.5
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Dan9
2 weeks ago
Nice. Thx for update this craft

Ratings 4.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
andrefrcaetano
2 weeks ago
First, is a piranha (they arent that good right now).
Second, its very weak, will be destroyed in 3 or 4 plasma shots.
Third, it isnt very smart to use parts like Flags of Vapour Trails on stealth bots.

Ratings 2.0 practical and 1.5 creative0
McNugg2710
3 weeks ago
Oh god its so ugly ... , please just cover something up or you know, delete it *shrug*

Ratings 1.0 practical0
TheFatClown
3 weeks ago
I know, I made an improved version, this one was made in like 10 minutes
Dan9
3 weeks ago
Hovers are very rapid destroyed..
Please create defend for hovers

Ratings 4.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
papershredder43
3 weeks ago
Sorry for the bad rates, many people have many Piranhas, making it smaller does increase the damage boost but decreases health.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 4.0 creative1

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