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SuppressorMaxed Mk.2

SMG Mech added 1 year ago

Alright so, this is my MOST competitive 1750 CPU bot I have ever created. It is a bot that is very refined for use in TDM and Elim.

Features:
- MSMG for damage dealing over long range and against air
- 3 Devastators for great burst damage against ground and as secondary if/when the MSMG is shot off
- 2 Constructors for better team play and great healing capabilities
- Power module for increased damage/healing output
- Rotor system at the back for full flying capabilities
- Sprinter legs for quicker movement on the ground
- Reinforced chassis for taking damage from all directions

How to play:
- This bot is best used at long to middle range, but can still easily finish bots at close quarters
- Use the ability to fly, and get up to places like the bridge to get that advantage over opponents. Also helps to finish any enemy bot and let you easily move around the map
- Always support others, whether with healing through the Constructors or suppressing the enemy with the MSMG

Overall a very, very competitive 1750 CPU bot that can excel in all aspects of battle. Name is "SuppressorMaxed Mk.2" on CRF. Try it out today and you wont be disappointed xD.

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M Tommyfoxy2
1 year ago
Mega SMG no D:
*runs from high DPS*

Ratings 9.5 practical and 6.0 creative0

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