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Hercules Drone (With Video)

SMG Copter added 3 years ago

This build is based on my previous AH-17 Firestorm, this new build is a lot more resistant to damage and has more fire power, but in doing so it sacrifices a lot of the creativity. Just like the AH-17 Firestorm, the Hercules Drone is great for sneaking up behind unsuspecting enemies and attacking when they least expect it.

*I'm not sure what tier it is due to the new ranking system so I've just put T-8.

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Practical Rating
9.9
Creative Rating
9.2
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by Sheep_wielder10.0
Creative rating by Sheep_wielder8.0
Function rating by lightstorm9.5
Creative rating by lightstorm9.5
Creative rating by Timmeeeey10.0
Function rating by Timmeeeey10.0
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Sheep_wielder
3 years ago
good job I like it. My 1st compter was like this, you can easily upgrade it as you rank up and add rotors. Nice 1.

Only thing is don't call it a drone. Its an SMG copter. Drones use only heluim and hoizontal rudders from yaw control.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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