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Rail Walker added 2 years ago
by MajorTallon
Brown Apprentice

A fast and agile sniper, made for quickly getting around the map to an optimal firing location. Can hover with blades to take shots mid-air, then duck behind cover. Can take a good number of hits, but not a tank. Very capable, excels in good hands.

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458
Comments
10
Ratings
14
Practical Rating
8.7
Creative Rating
9.1
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Function rating by ChrisDess5.0
Creative rating by ChrisDess2.0
Function rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Creative rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Function rating by joefoe357910.0
Creative rating by joefoe357910.0
Function rating by Clair5.5
Creative rating by Clair7.0
Function rating by swaggypanda2259.0
Creative rating by swaggypanda2259.0
Function rating by AugustusV8.0
Creative rating by AugustusV9.0
Function rating by necr0tix10.0
Creative rating by necr0tix10.0
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necr0tix
1 year ago

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
MajorTallon
2 years ago
I just added a picture of one of my rounds, and I CANT BELIEVE I ACTUALLY LINED IT UP FOR THAT SCREENSHOT!
MajorTallon
2 years ago
I agree that they can get shot off easily, so I usually fly backwards away from the enemy to mitigate it. It is made for maneuverability and getting access to good firing positions, and the rotors allow hovering in place with good accuracy. Adding rudders would make it tougher and harder to cripple, but make it less effective in combat.
AugustusV
2 years ago
Not a bad walker, but those rotors can get shot off way to easily. I think it would be good without the rotors, and possibly rudders to give that flying ability without having big weak spots. Excellent effort though, as seen in all the rentals :)

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
MajorTallon
2 years ago
it's a bit hard to use, especially with the smg buff. It's also really not good in one-sided battles, i had three in a row where i had 0/1/10 for all three, where the battles where under 6 mins. And it's great you have a video, i welcome someone showing off my bot.
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
a bit skinny and non-triforced rotorblades and guns

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Clair
2 years ago
So, it's apparently a good bot with all those rentals, but only a 3 star combat rating...I dunno man.

Also, YOU GOT A SALE USING CARBON BLOCKS?!?!? Teach me your sorcery!

Ratings 5.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
joefoe3579
2 years ago
Awesome rail, I wish I had that amount of rentals. :L

You even got a sale! lol

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
EvilGamer193
2 years ago
I actually have some gameplay footage of this robot on my youtube channel i hope you got mind. here's a link.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrOlDI60Lk0

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
MajorTallon
2 years ago
I logged my k/d/a for the last 15 battles with this, and the averages were 2.13/1.2/7.87. I'm just trying to show it's capable in non-pro hands. I have screenshots of all the battles if you want more stats.

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