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Fast Shielded MEDIC Flyer with Walker Legs

Medic Flier added 1 year ago

This is a very fast healer that can cover the entire team across the hole map.
It uses 8 shields for both up and downside protection.

Where possible all guns, shields and legs are triforced to maintain durability when taking damage.

Building tutorial available on my RG page. Notice that if you want to build this bot for yourself you can easily lower the ranking and or cpuflops by using lower tier equipment or removing some shields or guns.

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Practical Rating
8.4
Creative Rating
8.3
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Function rating by Zearaz9.0
Creative rating by Zearaz8.5
Function rating by piippiz8.5
Creative rating by piippiz7.5
Function rating by gtstarwars8.0
Creative rating by gtstarwars9.0
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gtstarwars
1 year ago
like how its interchangeable, scarabs (or roboshop bots) arent to most practical

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
piippiz
1 year ago
Scarab type builds are fun to play with, I gotta admit. I built one myself too, long time ago. I named it "(V) Pincer Surgeon (V)". It's up here on RG too

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
Zearaz
1 year ago
Highly mobile medics are invaluable to team game play. I like that you built it with options to reduce Tier, if needed. I think this is an ideal support robot for platoons. You can adjust your RR to fit your team mate's and be agile enough to keep up with them.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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