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AQS Hadron

Medic Hover added 5 months ago

Light hover medic with plasma cannons. Good speed and energy pool allows you to do your job, while having a respectable amount of armor means you can actually SURVIVE doing your job!

Feel free to try it as a crystal crusher as well because the damage output of plasma pulsers with this energy pool is insane.

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Practical Rating
5.0
Creative Rating
6.5
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Function rating by eNRisk5.0
Creative rating by eNRisk6.5
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eNRisk
5 months ago
It looks decent enough, but the rods seem like a very weak connection to me. I am also gonna asume the single layer of blocks protecting all the hovers are not triforced or weight reduced. Another thing to note is the lack of thrusters on the hover. They can really enhance your movespeed/turning speed. If you go back to the drawing board and improve this bot I'd be a very good bot. The design shape are very nice.

Good luck with your next build :)

Ratings 5.0 practical and 6.5 creative1
Arbitrated
5 months ago
I don't use thrusters too often on my hovers, but I have already worked on the triforcing a little- now has a sort of core for the back hovers ^^

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