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¶ron Patriot v2

Plasma Walker added 1 week ago

an adaptation of one of my older classic sprinters. this plasma sprinter packs a punch and can take a lot of fire due to its heavier amor that my other sprinters. it has a power hover core and can B-hop just like my other sprinters. (the first image of it properly painted is what it looks like on crf)

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Function rating by XCallum8.0
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XCallum
1 week ago
i've bought 2 of your bots, but i cant b-hop. stigma V.2, and lifeline. this one looks good though. could i get some tips on how to b-hop?

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
mustachecashstash4
1 week ago
well its pretty hard to get the b-hop to work but on certain locations ( like up hill or long straights ) once you've gotten up enough speed and if u turn cam controls on and face a little to the right of where ur going while holding down both forward and left keys and taping space bar u can get it to work sometimes. when it works u can usually pump out 5 or 6 hops before it stops. lifeline on the other hand I'm not sure if it can B-hop but it can sprint jump, land and keep running without doing that stop thing. later this year i am planning on doing a video on the b-hops and ill post it along side my next bot or something.
XCallum
6 days ago
ok thx

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
mustachecashstash4
6 days ago
glad to help

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