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Quantum-Wing

Medic Drone added 11 months ago

Another version of the H-Wing Light. This bot is even more responsive, turns on a dime.

Like the first one it's not meant to take a lot of fire, it does have a good amount of redundancy though.
Its agility gives a good pilot the tools to evade almost anything coming at it.

It features; 4x Nano Constructor, 3x Plasma Devastator and a Power Module.
Keyboard controls.

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Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by Robindesbobs10.0
Creative rating by Robindesbobs8.5
Function rating by Happyface2nd7.5
Creative rating by Happyface2nd8.5
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Happyface2nd
11 months ago
Vulnerable against plasma, I've seen the design before.
But nice execution!

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.5 creative1
jopie110
11 months ago
Thanks!
It is very vulnerable to a lot of things, it was more of a fun build.
Must have been the H-Wing Light you've seen before, it's almost exactly the same bot.
Robindesbobs
11 months ago
Not bad :p

Ratings 10.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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