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Punisher - Anti-air

Aeroflak Mech added 2 years ago

The air will cry with the awesome power of this bot. It is entirely cosmetic, and probably doesn't have a place in battle, but I needed something to use my Titan legs on >:D

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4
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4
Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by yelkcarb8.5
Creative rating by yelkcarb8.0
Function rating by piippiz7.0
Creative rating by piippiz8.0
Comments and Ratings
piippiz
2 years ago
2 flak cannons?
Seriously, has an aircraft ever shot off your one and only flak cannon, and you wasted huge potential by putting a redundant second gun?

I know it looks weird with 2 sides having different guns, like Flak + IND, but you could top mount the flak and front mount the IND for best results..

looks cool though.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Delta
2 years ago
Yes, they shoot off my one flak gun a lot, it seems to be a tactic now. Their teammates will remove flaks to make the air safer for their air units, so they can move in.

Having said that, read the description. It was built to be entirely cosmetic, but still somehow is a beast.
Delta
2 years ago
Ok, you were right. I fixed it now though :P
yelkcarb
2 years ago
Looks great but I feel the cockpit pit could be improved.
Sure looks scary with those legs XD

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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