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VTOL ninja medic

Medic Hover added 7 months ago

My favourite med bot!

its a hover medic, that can fly and stop mid air like a copter to heal flyers.

You have to use camera controls and relative tilt to be able to control it mid air.

Also a good tower capper thanks to four top tier smgs and the ghost module,so you can sneak to the tower without being noticed.

It comes equipped with 3 constructors and two menders so you can keep on healing when you energy is low.

If you have to kill someone you just become invisible and you can eat them with the teslas.

Its quite tanky for its size, but if someone shoots one of the vertical trusters off it will become unbalanced and fall to the ground, not a big deal cause you can keep hovering and i only want it to fly to get to places fast or to heal flying allies.

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