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Ð✘ Discharge

Plasma Walker added 10 months ago

Plasma is really effective if you have a large pool of energy, meaning medium to low CPU bots do an incredible amount of damage with plasma. These, of course, need to be fast and agile in order to avoid taking damage. With this build, I used a lot of full cubes, to get the same amount of armor without twice as many cubes, keeping the CPU low. Front mounted plasma is for peeking while the rest is for burst. PSK is great for hunting other airborne foes and ejector pods.

Discharge is equipped with:

5x Plasma Devestators
1x ProtoSeeker
1x Radar Farsight
4x Insect Leg Worker
4x Wing Eagle
4x Wing Falcon
6x Thruster Puma
6x THruster Leopard
2x Thruster Panther

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10.0
Creative Rating
9.0
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Function rating by BoneBreakerGer10.0
Creative rating by BoneBreakerGer9.0
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BoneBreakerGer
9 months ago
If i could build such insect hybrids like you ... I wouldn't be dead :skull:

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
DiscipleX
9 months ago
Hey, I end up dead often enough, but I get your point.

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