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test rail

Rail Mech added 2 months ago

tiny, annoying and a module, all that is needed in a rail bot these days.

while not being the tankiest or best at escaping the dsm allows it to stay at good vantage points even longer or provide cover as you move back to reposition.

bot includes:
2 sprinter leg hermes
2 hover blade tornados
7 rail erazers

as well as some struts and tx protecting the front and hovers


note: this is a pre health boost bot so it will not be up to par health boost wise or triforce wise given the current state of the game

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_thegodfather_
2 months ago
one note before someone tells me to fix this, the dsm gets shot out less than expected
McNugg2710
2 months ago
Yeah not that much health, a little higher CPU than mine but the addition of the DSM is nice. But those guns on rods will shave off a little quick, and 2 hovers for escape wont do much.

Needs changes for the health boost system is all.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
_thegodfather_
2 months ago
thanks for the tips I'll be sure to revise it. Though it is just a fun little bot i made when rails were a bit to common to go smg brawler and be able to do something.

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