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MUSK V2

Tesla Hover added 11 months ago

A tanky version of the musk with blink and ghost module

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Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by TheDiviler8.0
Creative rating by TheDiviler8.0
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TheDiviler
11 months ago
This is a great looking bot :P, Love the design keep it up

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Coornio
11 months ago
Reduce forward thrusters to 3-4, if your total hovers are less or equal to 6, add a few more to increase survivability. Either that or increase armor, both work :)
Neo2299
11 months ago
thank you for suggestion :D
Coornio
11 months ago
It's just that 8 thrusters will not net you anything more after the first 2-3 besides even faster acceleration (which is already good enough with just a couple) so besides redundancy, their CPU is better spent on other things. I admit, they look cool, but unless you're a plane there's not much point :)

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