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Total Recall

Medic Cruiser added 11 months ago

Version 3

Team-saving, rail-throwing, maple syrup-drinking TDM support robot. A slant style cruiser with 2 erazer rails, 6 mender nanos, power mod and shield mod. Powerful addition to any TDM match.

I've been tweaking this build for months now, this current build being the third complete version. Past versions had different modules, higher/lower tier weapons, more wheels and different shield configurations. I'll add pictures of the earlier versions.

During play, this build is best suited behind the front lines, assisting the team.

The nanos, are mostly self explanatory. I've noticed that, since self-regeneration is now a big part of RC, nanos play a different role in RC these days. Nanos are best used to "prop-up" a tanky ally while he pushes forward, holds an important choke point or engages multiple enemies.

The key part of this build are its two erazer rails. While buffing the team, Total Recall can quickly switch weapons and throw a rail at an enemy in seconds.

While the erazers are powerful, two of them is not enough to take-down the average robot. So, during a match, I carefully choose my targets. I try my best to harass the enemies, instead of attempting to shoot a single target to death. I'll shoot off key components like mega-tier guns, ion distorters, flaks, LOMLs and modules. Also, I'll fire at enemies who are crippler, about to self-heal or flank.

Using the nanos to continuously heal while harassing the enemy team, firing on high priority targets and placing shield domes greatly turns the tide of TDM matches. On top of helping the team, this robot frequently gets protonium crates from matches.

This build is very agile, considering its a wheeled slant bot. Top speed ranges from 126 MPH @ OC1 to 218 MPH @ OC15.

I spent a lot of time talking about this build's strong points; but, it has a glaring problem. This robot is almost completely helpless when alone. If it loses the rear rails, it has no offensive equipment at all. So when playing a similar robot, stick with your buddies.

All-in-all, it's a very solid robot. Medic class bots have always ben a favourite of mine and I love to pilot this build. It has earned me a lot of Diamond and Protonium crates too.

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pokemon222
9 months ago
Cute little medic m8!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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