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Ultimate Anti-Ricer Station Wagon

Tesla Cruiser added 1 year ago

AKA The Anti-Ricer Mk.1.
It used to be a very good T5, but then updates happened and it became T6, and then another update happened and it wasn't playable anymore. So glad there's no tiers now, thank MR-001, God!


Taken from the Youtube video description:
"Ok, this build is actually pretty good, in my opinion. It can really take some heavy punches, and being loaded with hover blades makes it able to still move and flee after sustaining crippling heavy damage. It's composed mainly by T5 and T4 armour and sees T5 matches. It has six guns, all usable at once if at a certain angle.
You should play this craft like if it were a hovering tank. Don't kill yourself for nothing just because you are sturdy! You are a medic and you should stay alive as a primary objective. Still, you don't have to be a coward, if things get rough, use those guns because they actually do some really good damage, the car can sure take the hits from the enemy.
Now, keep this car always in the air when you can, specially when under fire by plasma. When plasma volleys hit the floor, they have a high probability of taking out your front wheels. To prevent that, keep the car hovering a bit. Also, hover blades run at a faster speed than wheels. Use the wheels to gain acceleration, since they are faster at that, and when you hit the top speed, start hovering to get 30mph extra to top speed. Be careful to not land sideways when at high speeds, because you will make the car tip. And when you do tip, or go completely upside down, simply press space. The car will righten itself in the air.
Oh yeah! This thing can climb mountains pretty easily too."

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Practical Rating
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Creative Rating
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1 year ago
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Creative rating by Wizzer9.0
Function rating by Wizzer7.5
Creative rating by EvilGamer19310.0
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EvilGamer193
1 year ago
wow how old is that footage lol : )

Ratings 10.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
TheFlyingMutt
1 year ago
Very. xD
That was only my 20th build, so, I would say, probably around November 2014.
Wizzer
1 year ago
Sandman? Looks cool :)

Ratings 9.0 creative and 7.5 practical0
TheFlyingMutt
1 year ago
Well, it wasn't but that's a good idea!
This was just a generic wagon, but now I might do a more modern version of it with spaced armor and stuff resembling the Holden more.
EvilGamer193
1 year ago
It still looks good `: )

Ratings 10.0 creative and 10.0 practical0

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