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SS3 Arbiter

Medic Hover added 5 months ago

An 'Artbot' I built mostly for fun, to put it simply.

- While surfing the internet and looking at Mass Effect's Normandy, Tempest, and various other ships, I got inspired and thought that because of the new health boost system, artbots are generally a lot more viable now, (at least imo,) so I tried creating one myself! :)

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Pros

- The good thing about every Artbot is being stylish..
- Other than the cosmetic wing pieces, (which are for looks and get shot off pretty easily,) the rest of the bot is surprisingly pretty good at taking a few shots.
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Cons

- Either way, an artbot is an artbot, and most likely focuses more on looks than anything, so expect some down-sides to things such as mobility, cpu, damage, etc.
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Safe to say that compared to my SS3 Archon, this one is a lot better. Guess the other one was merely a warmup, but it is finished.

Available in the CRF?: Certainly, alongside a weaponless version.

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