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Drone Feathers

SMG Drone added 6 months ago
by Sadiszek
White Novice

Im adding this robot a little late on this website, First published 2016-06-22, last updated 2016-09-10 (on robocraftgame.com/forums).
This drone have 12x wings, 32 thrusters, 2x rotors, But main engine is thrusters (You can fly like drone even when enemy cut off two rotors). Weapons: 4x strong plasma T10 & 7x SMG T8 (These smgs do not have very high power consumption, it's quite effective after plasma volley), Do all this there is 1x nano T10 for small support (This nano is still unbalanced in game, one is enough to drain energy bar much faster than regeneration energy speed).
Total Mass 2,293.9 (1.3 kg per CPU).
Total HP 2,327,363 (1,330 per CPU). [Can take few missile rockets without losing controls]

Speed:
OC01 – ~190 MPH
OC04 – ~210 MPH
OC15 – ~245 MPH

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