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Reaper S

SMG Drone added 3 months ago

This is my first smaller drone design. The base design most likely has been done before I squeezed all the space I could to be as small as possible.
Concept: Small, fast, agile, and damage output
Stats:695cpu, 393k/H, 210mph/BS
Mass: 342kg
Weapons: 4 Disintegrators
Boost: D/73.31 H/1.44 S/20.09

Thanks for looking

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Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
9.5
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Function rating by MargaretDavais196510.0
Creative rating by MargaretDavais19659.5
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Vaper8888
3 months ago
Thanks Margaret I just started a few days ago and you are my first review. The bot is in the factory if you wanna try it. I have a smaller one called the raptor1 on here it is the smallest usful drone I could come up with please check it out or even try it. Thanks again
MargaretDavais1965
3 months ago
I am totally in love with that. Great job!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0

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