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H.S.1

Medic Hover added 4 months ago

I started development on this bot 6 months ago which it stemmed from another project of mine at the time called Epsilon. Over the 6 months I have been fine tuning and adapting the bot to the changes that have occurred in RC over the months.

This is the best support hover I have ever made to this current day and I am working support that will compete against the H.S.1 but currently the H.S.1 is the best battle bot I have been able to produce. Skill is needed to use this bot but you can soon pick up the tactics needed for this Bot to show incredible results on the battle field.

The name abbreviates for Hyper.Sonic.1. It used to go 260MPH before hovers speed was nurfed but its still has the nippy and sneaky characteristic and can now go around 240/250MPH (when in a spear dive).

If you don't believe that this is good.just look at some of the scores I have had in the past with it.

Also some of my scores are from me using the bot on my alt account.
The scores vary from the current BA to the old BA and current TDM and old TDM.

If you have any suggestions for future designs of my bot or wanting suggestions your self I will gladly take criticism and would love to help if you are having problems your self with building fast support hovers.

I also made a vid to show some of the strategies that work well, Enjoy :D

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Function rating by McNugg27109.5
Creative rating by McNugg27109.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
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Zalera
4 months ago
Fast, agile, deadly, but not so durable. How lame would it be, to be killed by a pink tesla ? :p

Ratings 9.0 practical0
Gecko135
4 months ago
hehe, back before mega hover nurfed teslas were a a definite problem, but I found they can not turn that well, so I would move around in 90 turns while Turing them to Swiss cheese xD. But yes,, I have a had a few times where funny little bots had there moment when I was on low health. xD
McNugg2710
4 months ago
Will test it out ASAP, looks great tho, apart from BLM placement

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Gecko135
4 months ago
I completely agree to why that would be a problem, but the way it has been roded helps with a lot of the impact. Also when your healing you are able to stay longer in to heal before blinking as your core is further back in the bot as your orientation would be to face the incoming fire.

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