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H.E.A.L.E.R. Combat Medic

Medic Hover added 3 months ago

H.E.A.L.E.R. stands for
Healer Emergency Anti-air Logistic E14 Robot.
It is a Combat Medic Hover Speeder, that can heal other people's robots in matter of seconds, due to it's massive number of Nano Costructors (6). It can also be used as an Anti-air bot, since it has a Aeroflak Sentinel on the top (i got 9 kills with this thing in T.D.M., and it is a medic bot).
It needs:
Chassis:
- Health cubes (free now)
- 2 Rod
- 1 Rod Arc
Movement:
- 5 Hover Blades Tornado
- 1 Hover Blade Tempest
- 3 Cheetah Thrusters
Hardware:
- 6 Nano Healers
- 1 Aeroflak Sentinel
Special:
- 2 ES(Electroshield) D LX
- 2 ES D RX
- 2 ES E LX
- 2 ES E RX
- 2 ES F LX
- 2 ES F RX

Cosmetic(Optional):
- 1 Headlamp/Spike Needle

Stats:
CPU: 1483pFlops
Damage Boost: 45.63%
Base Health: 1847k
Health Boost: 28.08% (Compact Cube Less)
Base Speed: 185mph
Speed Boost: 14.82%
Mass:5726kg

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187
Comments
3
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
7.8
Last Updated
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Function rating by XCallum6.5
Creative rating by XCallum7.5
Function rating by SaltBottle8.5
Creative rating by SaltBottle8.0
Comments and Ratings
SaltBottle
1 week ago
^^^^^^^^^
What he said

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
XCallum
3 months ago
looks good, although you could add 2 or 3 wasps for slightly defending yourself, apart from the flak

Ratings 6.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
alexb2810
3 months ago
I'll take this hint for the good thanks!

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