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Born to Rail

Rail Walker added 2 years ago

hi guys

here it is my best for-challenge sniper bot.
my previus sniper was very good but in challenges it used to get raped by ground units.
so i build a on-legs version with some EPs that always help.

not very fast, even with few full cubes its slow(90 mph average speed).
this bot is designed to being able to lose the front parte and still be agile.

Tx-1 cubes are arranged under guns and pilot seat and in a central line.

very good, a sniper is the best bot to play with in challenges(well, for me it is)

hope you like it

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The_Syndicate
2 years ago
Cool, would be pissed to get killed by this lol

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