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[TO BE UPDATED] Tetra's Hextor (medic leaper)

Tesla Walker added 2 years ago

The Hextor is an original build made my me trying to make my first bona fide leaper. Although being made to only jump, it is a legged thruster stick. It has the ability to maintain flight for an indefinite time until damaged using only thrusters and a single rudder for drag. It is ideal as a medic since it can heal in the air at high speed (max of 260 MPH) but can act as a rail sniper, SMG interceptor, or plasma walker as well. It isn't very tanky but the thrusters absorb a large amount of damage to it does last on combat reasonably well, but it is more suited as support for a tank.

~Tetra

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9.5
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2 years ago
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Function rating by Incadiggydog10.0
Creative rating by Incadiggydog8.5
Creative rating by Datsik_28s1.0
Function rating by Datsik_28s7.0
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W4RM3CH4N1C
2 years ago
Nice build diversity, good work buddy! :)

Ratings 9.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
SporeCreation98
2 years ago
I wish you would have more pictures for your 4 recent uploads. Besides that, great looking bots
Tetranox83
2 years ago
Thanks so much! I don't have the bots anymore so I can get more pictures but I promise I will have more pictures for every upcoming bot.

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