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Pegasus Mk III

SMG Hover added 3 years ago

So this is a remake of Sylette's Pegasus MSMG hover for SMG, nanos and plasma if wanted - this is out and out my favourite bot I have ever used. I did post a similar bot under his permission but it was badly done (the thread).

Original Bot:
http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/klosBIOQ

Pros:
-Hugely versetile; med, SMG and plasma all work very well.
-Fast and agile, even without thrusters (can make the bot unstable, waste of CPU xD).
-Can take a lot of damage; 700 odd blocks and EPs still OP :/.
-Huge amount of gun and hover redundancy, and triforced.
-Protected against bombers - EPs over pilot and anti-plasma triforcing (Sylette's idea).

Cons:
-Vulnerable from the back after a couple plasma/rail shots.
-Looks fairly generic...
-No radar/jammer.

PS I made a Mega SMG version, similar to Sylette's original but tweaked to my taste - post it? (Love it :D)

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