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T10 Bumblebee

Tesla Tank added 1 year ago
by ImJustPro
Brown Apprentice

This is my new Caterpillar Medic-Tank great for the new meta because gets nice speed and nice armor when overclocked.
The purpose is to tank damages (because enemies always shoot at medics) and heal a lot.

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381
Comments
2
Ratings
8
Practical Rating
8.6
Creative Rating
9.4
Last Updated
1 year ago
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Function rating by JSU7.5
Creative rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by Ahapid10.0
Function rating by Ahapid8.5
Creative rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by ABYSSINIAN8.5
Creative rating by ABYSSINIAN9.0
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M JSU
1 year ago
More pictures. And instead of making it smaller, You can crop it instead to make the size smaller.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
ImJustPro
1 year ago
Sorry for small image but to not ruin the quality i needed to make it smaller

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