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PNT-Lava

Plasma Tank added 6 months ago

CPU1750.
Main Plasma.
Sub Nano.
Module is equipped with a PB.
Armament is rather less, but there are very armor.
Become a shield of the ground of fellow, let's push up the front!

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Comments
4
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4
Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by piippiz8.0
Creative rating by piippiz7.0
Function rating by Trojanhorse10.0
Creative rating by Trojanhorse10.0
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Trojanhorse
6 months ago
Full EP tank is beautiful.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
hinokapan
6 months ago
Ty:)
piippiz
6 months ago
Shields are not good in the front line, they don't get healed to full. Cube spam is stronger.

High energy using nano + plasma isn't a very good combination, but power module helps.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
hinokapan
6 months ago
Thank you for your valuable opinion:)
To help in the future of aircraft production:D

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