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Viper MK II (BSG/Robonews Inspired)

General Robot added 2 months ago

So as many people out there as soon as I saw the robonews with the Viper I knew I had to recreate it, but not just a 100% recreation, something that would be really practical and could win dogfights while pounding the ground.

Now Available on the CRF I present to you the Viper Mk.II , a practical Artbot. It was update for the aerofoils update (the previous version with 2 sales, won’t be able to fly as well because of the nose rotor which was used for fast looping before the update).

The new version ditches the nose prop and adds a rear one for extra speed boost and protection (propellers are nice “shields”). One cool thing is that this version can take a lotta damage, even flying (stable flight) with less than 40% and just the cockpit and rear wings. (I believe that with the energy weapon update this will become even better, currently the roles for this plane are, Hit and Run Bomber and Interceptor.

Specs:

Battlestar Galactica/Robonews inspired, practical Viper, 48% Health Boost, 23% Speed Boost. 1987 CPU.

CRF Name: Viper MK II (The Mk III Variant uses no propeller to stay true to style of the original).
CRF Player name: JediMasterkenobi (case sensitive)

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