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Halo AC-220 Vulture

SMG Hover added 3 weeks ago
by Ventus_The_Fox
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A Megabot recreation of the Vulture from Halo™ Franchise, seen in The Halo Wars series predominantly. It has a CPU of 4461, a Health of 4141K and Health boost of 143.10%. The base speed is 185MPH and a Speed boost of 21.18%.
There is 2 laser leviathans and 2 LOML stingers and a Weapon Energy Module as well. Cosmetic wise it has 6 carbon letters and 2 carbon 6 cubes as well as the 2 cockpit top parts.
It has 2 of the legendary Hover hurricanes and several more tornados plus many hover tempests and a couple thruster Lynxes.
The Vulture in game is a large superheavy, tanky damage dealer. A link to the Vulture's page is: Here

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Luke20055
1 week ago
Beautiful sleek design, though I never played those Halo games, I think ;-;

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jakevw19
2 weeks ago
Its frickin huge and great, i love the attention to detail.
ForbiddenUser
3 weeks ago
I remember those days when I keep proscatinating every mission I can just to build 5 ventures (@ ͜ʖ@)

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