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Alienator

Plasma Bomber added 6 months ago

From over the mountains the Alienator peaks and descends, raining plasma blasts upon the enemy as a figment fit to inspire nightmares for dainty glass cannons far and wide.

This is a flying fortress with a focus upon simple 'soak-it' survival.

It is far from the fastest flyer you'll have come across - and this often sets it in the sights of its primary nemeses - boosted flaks and lock-on weapons. It is not immortal though it tries hard to be so.

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Offense:
- Ravagers x 6

Defense:
- A sturdy damage re-routing chassis
- Strut-shielded front and rear
- Rod-shielded top and belly
- High wing redundancy

Extras:
- Cosmetically-decked frame

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This plane has no tricks up its sleeve. What you see is what you get.

This has the benefit of making it simple to use. It is beneficial for pilots to try and ensure that damaged received is more evenly distributed between the two sides of the plane as losing both props on either side will compromise its ability to turn efficiently.

Other than this its a pretty fun plane to fly.

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Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
10.0
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Function rating by christianYETI7.0
Creative rating by christianYETI10.0
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christianYETI
6 months ago
nice but no air protection whatsoever

Ratings 7.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Avestron
6 months ago
A lack of anti-air on my air-bots tends to be a recurring theme. ;c)

I just wanted to push the 'flying tank' theme... I still think the 'Goldrunner' is tougher though.

Thank you for the ratings :c)

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