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Kasseri

SMG Hover added 1 year ago

One of my two beefy SMG hovers. The other one being Stormfang.

Kasseri is a super heavy T10 wedge SMG hover - 13 guns, 9 hover blades, over 850 cubes. The majority of the blocks that make up the bot are prisms, so despite it's massive size, it is relatively manoeuvrable, and thanks to it's 9 hovers, it's very, very stable. It has a flat base (i.e. no guns on the bottom), so that it can be lowered to hide in cover better, and slide along the ground in case of missing hovers causing movement issues.

The last screenshot is a challenge battle I did with this thing a while ago, where it got me (all) 15 kills, and managed to just save the teams medic.

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Practical Rating
9.7
Creative Rating
9.1
Last Updated
1 year ago
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Creative rating by brendanbennett9.0
Function rating by brendanbennett10.0
Function rating by CrispyBacon9.5
Creative rating by CrispyBacon10.0
Function rating by Rydex9.0
Creative rating by Rydex8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.0
Function rating by PhyscoKiller10.0
Creative rating by PhyscoKiller10.0
Function rating by Berandaro9.5
Creative rating by _aviator_1.0
Function rating by _aviator_10.0
Creative rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by HybridHusky10.0
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Rydex
1 year ago
needs more chickens 8/8

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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