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Aetherlord

Medic Hover added 3 months ago

Aetherlord is a fast and agile hover with a blink module. It uses 4 Epic plasmas to kill the enemies and 6 rare nanos to heal your team.

It is a bit fragile, but thanks to that it is wery hard to hit, it has a blink module to escape and all the triforcing it does have the least amount of deaths out of everyone in almost every battle.

Usually when I play with it I strafe behind my team healing everyone and when we need to kill someone I can do a really good burst hit with my plasma. But sometimes if there are no good damage dealers on my team I can take the role of our main damage dealer.

In most battles I have the highest score on my team thanks to that I get a lot of score for healing my team and blinking to the towers to capture them.

If you want to try playing with Aetherstorm it is on the CRF.
The full forge cost is 290,160.

Remember that if the enemy has a really hard time hitting you they will ignore you most of the time, so never stop moving and use strafe mode.

Have fun
(you don't need good luck, you have a good bot)

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9.5
Creative Rating
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Creative rating by DiscipleX8.5
Function rating by Bassgun9.5
Creative rating by Bassgun8.0
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Bassgun
3 months ago
Definitely going to buy it
GG, you managed to make a hoverbot able to play towercap, medic and dps at the same time, with a very good cpu for what it is, also I don't often see the nano menders as the bests to use, but on this very specific bot, it's perfect
+ visually pleasing
Very good
The only thing that bothers me is that on the video, the bot seems to not me really balanced in the weight with the hovers because it was flipping a bit often, but i'm writting this comment before buying it so...

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
LordForce
3 months ago
Thank you.

There are two flaws that I have found on this bot, the first one is that it is a bit unstable and flips sometimes, I have tryed to fix it but I have not been able to do that. The second thing is that it is a bit too weak and dies too easly if someone focuses on only shooting at you, to avoid dieing I suggest that you never stop moving so that you are a lot harder to hit.
Bassgun
3 months ago
Just came back from some BA matches with it
Did carry hard sometimes, and when not, it allowed me to at least be first of my team or close to that without real efforts.
So again, GG, I really love it, manoeuvrable, fast, despite it's flaws of being a bit unstable and fragile, the bot is a success in my opinion, the pros definitely compensate the cons

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
DiscipleX
3 months ago
Cool Hover, the shape of the cockpit is especially pleasing.

Ratings 8.5 creative0
LordForce
3 months ago
Thank you.
I see the cockpit as pretty standard, but it is good that you like it.

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