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Liberator

Medic Copter added 4 months ago

This is the latest version of my medic copter. Uses nano menders because they are said to be the best. Lasers if you want to kill some things. It has a dsm-emp core with hovers which works sometimes.

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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
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Creative rating by andrefrcaetano8.5
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by Zalera8.5
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Zalera
4 months ago
Talking about the front nanos, I think that connecting them directly on the strut would make it tankier, even if it loses a part of its design so ^^'

Ratings 9.0 creative and 8.5 practical0
Mudkip512
4 months ago
Will keep that in mind next time I make a copter, thanks
andrefrcaetano
4 months ago
Seems pretty similar to Randomnumbers's crafts

Ratings 8.5 creative0
Mudkip512
4 months ago
the rotor placement is similar but not much else.
andrefrcaetano
4 months ago
Weapon mounts are pretty similar too, at least the side guns, and the general shape of this build is pretty much the same...now, gunswise, 4 of those Lasers arent enough for max firerate, i would rather have all lasers with no nanos, or just 2.

Ratings 8.5 creative0

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