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Seraph

Plasma Bomber added 7 months ago

A semi-tanky Plasma Bomber with a pretty large amount of speed and a decent amount of damage boost.

After coming back recently, I needed a little inspiration. So I looked at Rosefall's Hornet. (I always liked the design, but mostly the wing placement.)

It's safe to say I was kinda influenced a little.. just a little!

Pros

- Durable for a flier
- Good damage boost
- A very large amount of speed
- Oh look, a generally uncommon design.
- Once it's flying, it's pretty hard to take down.
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Cons

- Considering recent battles, Protoseekers seem to be this bot's main weakness.
- Slow rising speed, needs a sort of ramp.
- Prone to sluggish turns, avoid mountains or walls if possible.

Available in the CRF?: Mhm, of course! This includes the frame.

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