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Gigamech Cleanser

Tesla Tank added 2 years ago

As demand rises for medics who need to be able to survive longer in battle,gigamecg industries have been working hard to ensure the bets possible medic for the demand.Heavy shielded bot designed to be able to survive multiple plasma volleys and rail shots.Most effective in battle when accompanied by another medic to keep the shields up

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Practical Rating
6.9
Creative Rating
7.1
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by Coornio6.0
Creative rating by Coornio6.0
Function rating by cihanyklmaz10.0
Creative rating by cihanyklmaz7.0
Creative rating by Shafty4207.0
Function rating by Shafty4207.0
Creative rating by Wesley19829.5
Function rating by Wesley19827.0
Function rating by SquishyBiscuit8.0
Creative rating by SquishyBiscuit7.0
Function rating by Social_Elitist6.0
Creative rating by Social_Elitist7.0
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Social_Elitist
2 years ago
Looks cool, but considering the little amount of cubes its worth; no doubt that its an easy kill for plasma or a good rail shot when a plate or two or three is down. Track medics are too slow, but make it up for defense, however, considering how heavy the plating is for this tank, hovers just have superior speed allowing you to better take cover after receiving damage.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Spyboticer
2 years ago
Altough u prove a point so far i have yet to have any difficulties as i take damage to some shields i move to expose undamaged shields to spread damage evenly.When you see it in battle try to cripple it.Wont be that easy
Coornio
2 years ago
Sadly i don't think this medic will survive that long due to how few cubes make up its frame. Once a shield is down all the rows of cubes can be exposed to damage little by little and plasma damage will easily wreck you. Unless someone comes from the side or behind, in which case you're still screwed.

Besides the armor issue, you have a bigger one with redundancy. Only 6 nanos? And 2 tracks? You lose your tracks, you're fish food. Lose your nanos? You're slow fish food.

Being a medic requires you to be resilient, able to move under difficult circumstances so you can get healed yourself or simply to escape danger. Track medics were never good simply because they're too slow to go anywhere. Only when their teammates are equally slow are they go, and then they require to be built with track and nano redundancy that's way above yours, effectively becoming bricks that soak up damage to make up for their lack of speed.

6/10

Ratings 6.0 practical and 6.0 creative0

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