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Hunter Medic Model Mk2

Medic Walker added 1 year ago

My only surviving bot of my hunter range that the updates killed over a long period of time.

no backstory.

Slow front-line medic that has max tier 1 nanos to heal general damage and 3 tier 3 to save a life with the tier 1 nanos for sustained healing until you have enough power of the tier 3 again.

Works best with a good team in tdm that knows you are a medic and has a front-line if tanks and mechs to heal rather then flyers and glass cannons and the highest healing I got with this with a good team was about 21000 and it on average gets about 10-15.

Has hover blades and main and secondary thrusters for when the walker legs break or you want to go somewhere which in hover mode is about 20-30 km faster.

The point of the medic was to survive direct fire and keep healing to the bitter end unlike the fast ones that can only take a few hits and have to go heal but this is the weakness of mine because it is built to be tanky it is very slow which is not helped by the walker legs and if the team is split up or are flyers a hovers a fast medic would bet it but with a front made of tanks and mechs this would beat the fast medics.

Is fully rod forced inside and for all the gun mounts with helium on the ends to add in a bit more health to the joints and if you have noticed the frame is made from a old rail walker frame that was retrofitted for nano.

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beniproff98
1 year ago
I like that. Good job!

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
Desto1
1 year ago
Thank you

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