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Let there be salt (Cancerbot)

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Hello there c:
I though of showing my main cancerbot, the typical flying thruster sprinter, with the bonus of having plasmas, lol
It really can fly, well... in it's way, I mean it stays still in the air after a certain height
-> I have put helium to make it re-stabilize when it pitches while mid-air
-> It has enough thrusters to stay forever in the air, but not to go all the way to the ceiling, so you have a great advantage of speed, you can keep the speed of the long jump indefinitely
-> Play it with full camera controls (so, with camera tilt) so when pitching forwards or backwards in mid-air, the little thrusters I have put will let you control your inclination
=> With this, I yet still have never fell on my head using this bot
-> This bot is so fun to use, because even though it's basically a glass canon, it's a very mobile one with a high DPS, you can easily and constantly flank your enemies with this, I managed to 1V1 robo3
-> it's DPS is helped by the low cpu of the bot, the lasers barely use power, the plasmas are the perfect instakill instrument

Ugly, but fun and efficient
It's available on the shop ^^

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