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Swingfire

Plasma Cruiser added 2 years ago

Swingfire, a 10 wheeled Plasma Cruiser Artillery Unit :)
A nice, relatively fast, reasonably robust robot, that likes to hang back to throw its deadly volley of plasma lol
Had a few really good games with this bot, not so fast when on low overclocks but deadly near the end game :D

Let me know what you think, criticism makes my bots better lol :D

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Practical Rating
9.8
Creative Rating
9.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by joefoe35799.5
Creative rating by joefoe35799.0
Function rating by PEPELLATZ10.0
Creative rating by PEPELLATZ10.0
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PEPELLATZ
2 years ago
My favorite of your machinery

Not sure of T10.3 shield usefullness? Weapons could be placed even on vertical fixation to avoid loosing every weapon too quick.
That's for the criticism =)

The cruiser seems well balanced. Love the balance =3

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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