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F-87 Starling

Interceptor added 9 months ago

Tough, agile new 1,700-CPU flyer I designed especially for the new re-worked Battle Arena gamemode. With propellers, it can move both backward and forward making it ideal for capturing the new capture points, and the small wings at the back of the plane increase maneuverability. Equipped with a Laser Leviathan for PvP combat and 5 Plasma Devastators, for stealing enemy protonium and shooting (or defending) the Protonite Core.
-1,708 CPU
-On the CRF (In-game shop), so you can buy this! :)

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350
Comments
7
Ratings
7
Practical Rating
8.7
Creative Rating
9.4
Last Updated
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Creative rating by DiscipleX9.0
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.5
Function rating by Tommyfoxy29.0
Creative rating by Tommyfoxy29.5
Function rating by Silhohen7.0
Creative rating by Silhohen10.0
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Silhohen
7 months ago
The helium is amazing. Makes it look like a real engine. Interesting idea with the smg on the bottom and the plasma on the top... I would swap weapon types around. Mega plasma on the bottom and the SMGs on the top xD

Ratings 7.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Luke20055
7 months ago
I have to admit... I was thinking about doing that in the original design, but the Mega SMG didn't fit because the rudders.... it also made the plane slightly unbalanced, so I tried fitting it on the bottom and ta-da! :3
M Tommyfoxy2
9 months ago

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Luke20055
9 months ago
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Zalera
9 months ago
The gun is as big as the bot itself '-'

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Luke20055
9 months ago
pretty much .-.
DiscipleX
9 months ago
Good shape and use of color

Ratings 9.0 creative0

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