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Asclepius Mk.I

Medic Hover added 9 months ago

So, once I discovered that about 1,000 to 1,200 CPU is a golden zone for the lowest type of nano, because you can make a good strong robot with that CPU, and the nano's don't use any Weapon Energy and can heal indefinitely - or until they get shot off :P The Flamewing Mk.I is a fast, tough and pretty well balanced tesla medic, looks stylish and performs well!
-987 CPU (pFlops)
-Soon to be on the CRF - don't worry, if the robot's not on the shop and it's NEW, it should be within a few days :)

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9.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Silhohen9.5
Creative rating by Silhohen10.0
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Silhohen
6 months ago
Looks really nice. Prop at the back is a little too exposed tho ;)

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Luke20055
6 months ago
It doesn't really increase the speed all that much, only gives a health boost to the back and looks cool :3
Silhohen
6 months ago
Ok, its gotta look cool :D

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Luke20055
9 months ago
Oh yeah, there's a propeller at the back, for extra speed!

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