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CG-1292, Heavy Side healer

Medic Hover added 6 months ago

This healer is designed from the start to be tanky and operate close to the frontlines. It has no modules whatsoever and is resistant to all attacks. Chain shredder up close still gives it problems however.

Because the nanos are mounted directly behind each other, the placement per area is extremely efficient with no obstructions so long as you face your allies from the sides.

It has 3 constructors for emergency healing and power depletion and 6 binders for prolonged healing or minor skirmishes.

The thrusters are placed so they are protected from the front, where you should be facing your enemies. The chassis is extremely tough featuring multiple independent connections throughout. You can literally lose your entire middle section and still be functional.
example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba3CVZIvCls

Oh and the guns are sticking out so far for greater gun clearance.

Specs:
HP: 2,696.710HP
Armor: 3+ layers of solid cubes in the front, 1+2(half) layers of armor on the sides and 1 layer in the rear.
Trifroce design: 6th generation (that is, fully networked independent multifunctional core design with over 12 damage bleed off points)
Speed: Slow to accelerate but good top speed.
Mass: 6,148.7kg over 9 Hovers.

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Practical Rating
9.3
Creative Rating
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Function rating by TheUnknownPain9.5
Creative rating by TheUnknownPain9.0
Function rating by SavageGamer1118.0
Creative rating by SavageGamer1112.5
Function rating by tdf1139.5
Creative rating by tdf1139.0
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tdf113
5 months ago
amazing design. recently tried to make a similar medic hover. i especially like the core tri-force method.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
SavageGamer111
6 months ago
meh

Ratings 8.0 practical and 2.5 creative0
TheUnknownPain
6 months ago
What's up with the first picture?

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
GeneralKinetics
6 months ago
Hover placement

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