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Sunder

Rail Hover added 1 year ago

Sunder is a fast but heavy hover that uses rails. I kept the hovers toward the back just enough to make it dip when going over hills so that the thrusters will push you down to the ground instead of that gentle glide that most hovers like to do. This allows you to remain under that crucial height where rails lose all of their accuracy.

Rails, Nanos, Power Module & Speed combine to provide the support your team needs in Battle Arena or TDM!

I don't recommend playing this bot isolated from your team. It isn't super-fragile, but it only uses rails, so close-range defense is not so good. It's designed to optimally be played as a support bot, hovering just behind the front lines of combat or providing anti-air support.


I added all the parts that are available in the Cube Manager. It's using a lot of newer stuff like struts and diagonal rods, which accounts for the missing cpu.

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10.0
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SavageGamer111
11 months ago
Interesting Design u got there i think this could be converted into a plane tho maybe possibly look into that?

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SilverKnightGG
11 months ago
Sunder has been working out surprisingly well as a mid-long-range support bot with my platoon-mates in -MI-. Every time I queue in with it, I feel some trepidation, but it ends up performing outstandingly in spite of my misgivings. I'm most surprised by how well it handles taking damage. I will say that it seems to be especially vulnerable to close-range ion blasts, but somehow plasma isn't affecting it quite as adversely. I think that has to do with mounting my rails on aerorods. Ion blast at close range has a chance to knock ALL the rails off, because those little projectiles spread so well and seem to more effectively eradicate the rods than plasma hits do. Even more than Goliathon hits.

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