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Rail Mech added 2 months ago

A fast and cool looking rail mech.It has 2 rodforced guns (front ones) and i have somewhat triforced the others.This bot jumping can go up to 250mph depending on the distance,the rudders are used so it will stay in air longer and be able to somewhat turn if both legs are shot off.Now there is a ''core'' on this bot when the legs come off but the problem is that the player has to be ready when they get taken off to be able to go back in the cover with the propeler and wings remaining.It can survive quite a bit of damage and its a really good mid-range bot (yes midrange with a rail)its also really good for finishing off a target because of its speed.

-The bot does require camera controls
-Its not on the crf yet i may upload a non cosmetic version of it..

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