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Flying Crab Mk.II

Rail Copter added 1 year ago

This rail gunner has it all.

4x T10 Rotors to give it the mobility of a heli and 3x T10 walker legs to give it the stability of a walker. I also outfitted several thrusters on it so it can climb and descend quickly, as well as several forward thrusters to give it some speed. At OC 13 it goes around 230 mph. This guy can shoot while flying of course, but flying rails are never as stable and accurate as a rail walker. I combined the 2 to get the best of both worlds in one badass bot.

The Flying Crab also has 3 radars to help find the enemy, and 4 radar jammers to help stay hidden. I also used specific colors and patterns to give it a camouflage that works well regardless of which map/terrain you are on.

With the Flying Crab you can be where your team needs you, and have the accuracy to get those clutch shots!

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