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Viper

Plasma Hover added 1 year ago

EMP equipped hover. Integrated electroplating. Plasma for dealing the punches. Menders to kiss and make up. Fast hit and runner good for capping the broccoli trees.

CRF Id: Turdblossom69

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3
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4
Practical Rating
9.3
Creative Rating
9.3
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Function rating by REDgarret489.5
Creative rating by REDgarret489.0
Function rating by joefoe35799.0
Creative rating by joefoe35799.5
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joefoe3579
1 year ago
Looks nice and compact. ^^

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
OldManGamer
1 year ago
Cheers for the comments and ratings mate. Yeah there's only 10 max hovers and an EMP inside. Plenty of blocking, Tri-forced to the best of my knowledge. Those EP,s nest in there really well. Currently working on making the guns hang in there a bit longer to make it semi-front line support. Unload the plasmas then fall back and heal and repeat. Good tower capper thou. Updated version will be up on CRF soon.
REDgarret48
1 year ago
This looks like a speedy support robot that would probably be seen in a platoon
I like the style of the bot and a great inclusion of an EMP.

Great job

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0

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