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"Cray & Barricade" SMG mechs

SMG Mech added 2 months ago

Get this idea from a random game some times ago. The cpu usage and weapon setup are a bit tricky, after several fail attempts (mostly because high cpu on small mech, which easy to be destroyed and lose lot of HP) I decide to use minimum cpu on the "Cray" mech, and choose dual MegaSMG for main weapon, which being changed suit high cpu bots better in last patch.


CPU: 2,000
Damage boost: 0%
Base health: 2,073k
Health boost: 63.17%
Base speed: 146MPH
Speed boost: 13.23%
Mass: 19,547kg

In CRF search author: ed209mk2

Check my youtube channel for more game plays
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Function rating by MohabTheBoss8.0
Creative rating by MohabTheBoss10.0
Creative rating by JordanRiver10.0
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JordanRiver
2 months ago
oh.. nice idea!

Ratings 10.0 creative0
ED209mk2
2 months ago
Thx :D
MohabTheBoss
2 months ago
Really cool bot, I like how it looks like there one large and one small bot :D

Quite powerful as well, although the lasers can be switched to blasters for energy efficiency and size, and more lasers added.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
ED209mk2
2 months ago
Thx, more laser could be useful, but I don't like too many guns on bot ;)

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