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Itsabirdy

Plasma Bomber added 5 months ago

A middle-weight fighter-bomber, 'Itsabirdy' is a complete rework of an earlier aircraft design.

It is highly maneuverable and responsive and it is built to take a fair beating.

However, in the event that the rear half should be shot off, (unlike the 'Sky Samurai') it loses much of its control.

A big step towards mitigating that happening was switching its strut spine out for a partial cube and rod configuration.

Otherwise, it is a very annoying flyer to come across.

Chirp! Chirp!

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christianYETI
4 months ago
nice bot

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Avestron
4 months ago
Thank you for taking a look - and for your ratings ^_^

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