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Argos MK 1

Aeroflak Mech added 1 year ago

So... I decided to create a new mech, since I was playing a bit "unfairly" by using a low CPU bot with knowledge on how to play a match "effectively". So I came up with this design, and let me tell you, this wasn't easy to make, since I was low on budget AND I wanted something that doesn't look like an eye-sore and can preform well in battle.

Picture 1 - Appearance of bot
Picture 2 - Angled view of bot
Picture 3 - Side view
Picture 4 - Back view
Picture 5 - Where the aeroflak sits + where the hover is
Picture 6 - Where a module goes (Mine is shaped to fit a blink module)
Picture 7 - How it looks if it used SMG disintegrators instead of Plasma Devastators
Picture 8 - Stats

Things to point out :
1. The mech can use either SMGs or Plasmas, depending on your liking.
2. It can use any modules as seen in picture 6 (Just got to remove those edge blocks)
3. If anyone is wondering, yes, the mech is up on the CRF without its main parts excluding the legs and hover.

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Aetherium15
6 months ago
hi can u make a good mech for the laser leviathan and the goliath?
TheUnknownPain
5 months ago
Possibly, I haven't been on the game for quite a while now.
Aetherium15
5 months ago
u heard of the new update?
TheUnknownPain
5 months ago
Nope, I haven't been up to date with the game's current version as well.

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