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Vector

SMG Hover added 3 months ago
by JDPhoenix
White Novice

The Vector Is a jammed pack 3 weapon bot that took me some grinding, improving, and more to finally perfect it. This bot comes with a set of 4 highest tier Nanotech, 1 legendary LOML, and 4 SMG Disintegrators. my main strat with this vehicle is sticking around teammates when you are fighting land dudes, and when you see planes or other aerial vehicles, lock on with the LOML, shoot a few rockets, then finish them with your SMGs. I recommend sticking with another strong teammate so you can heal them and let them stay alive longer. when someone is low, don't hesitate to use yourself as a meat shield while you heal an injured teammate. I hope you win more battles than you normally would, it supports you, and me! (the CPU pFlops amount is actually 1954, the website won't let me raise it to this.)

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