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Heavy Anti Air

Aeroflak Tank added 2 months ago

Hey!

It's a old design, that's why it doesn't have any Module!

(Stats)
•1,500 CPU
•13,250 Weapon Energy

•Total Health: 2,423,948
Average Per CPU: 1,616

•Total Mass: 19,090.5 Kg
Average per CPU: 12.7 kg


(Movement)
•Tank Track (Bison): 2x Front Side
•Tank Track (Warthog): 2x Rear Side

(Weapons)
•Top Laser Desintegrator (C6): 6x
•Aeroflak (Guardian): 1x

Good tank for 1,500 CPU Battles
You can destroy those flyers with the Aeroflak Guardian, and when your enemy is on the ground you can finish him with your amazing 6x Laser Desintegrator >:D

And if this is not enought for you, you can add your league flag on rear side and the enemy will see your league! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Yes, you can buy it from CRF. Heavy Anti Air or srmora

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