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Asclepius, the God of Medicine

Medic Cruiser added 1 year ago

The GX-100 was deployed late in the E14-CF war, around the 25th of February 2160. Designed for heavy terrain and speed, this medic cruiser for long term support bot that can take damage and still live to tell a tale.

Comments and criticism/ideas appreciated for this bot design on how to make this bot better.

Pro:
-Has 9 medic guns
-Uses triforcing and reactant armor design style
-Takes damage well

Con:
-Center guns do clip into side shields so maximum efficiency is when your facing the bot you want to heal.
-Really is meant for support roles.

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Comments
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4
Practical Rating
8.3
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by PROPH3T8.5
Creative rating by PROPH3T9.0
Function rating by Pokemonfreak18.0
Creative rating by Pokemonfreak18.0
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Pokemonfreak1
1 year ago
Good name

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
PROPH3T
1 year ago
Prety cool bot! It looks nicely shielded, but I think you really need more than 4 wheels if you dont have any other movement type. This would help you to move if damaged and the bot would be easier to control.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
MisterSoandSo
1 year ago
You would be surprised how long it takes before I get to the point where I couldn't move anymore. But then again thanks for the heads up. It because of the triforcing/ reactant armor design that makes so that its harder to get the wheels.

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