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Hawker Hunter

Plasma Bomber added 2 years ago

A robocraft recreation of the British Hawker Hunter - Korean War Era Jet. Nice sleek design with 5 plasma ravagers and 2 laser disintegrators. When I get the chance I will put rocket launchers on both wings instead of the plasma :D . . . It has lots of room for add-ons and improvements because I used very little CPU for the build. Unlike most of my other good looking and historical fliers . . . this one flies REALLY well! I will be keeping this one forever . . .

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Practical Rating
6.8
Creative Rating
7.8
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Function rating by Otheisis9.0
Creative rating by Otheisis8.5
Function rating by DireXcon4.5
Creative rating by DireXcon7.0
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DireXcon
2 years ago
I guess is nice

Ratings 4.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
Otheisis
2 years ago
Cool

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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