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The War Medic (Outdated)

Medic Sled added 2 years ago

Raiser of the Dead and Defender of the ejector seat, this is the WAR MEDIC.

Fast and tanky this medic does exactly it's job, it keeps team members alive. Rails, Plasma, SMGs, this medic can handle a fair amount of abuse. It can be cut in half, lose vital equipment, dismantled piece by piece, but it will survive till the last Nano.

Fitted with a spaced roof and electroplates neatly packed provides protection from most first contact damage. Top speed is 250 and a base speed of 180. Downward thrusters create a 'break' provides finer control. Can climb most walls with relative ease.

Healing can vary, due to the nano guns not switching back to the default firing rate after healed it can cause issues with having all 6 guns healing one target. However placement allows full ability to heal front and back and multi target very effectively.

Overall, highly effective front line medic. Can provide full support in skirmishes without constantly worrying if a plasma will one shot the medic.

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