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Anti-Ricer Mk.II

Tesla Cruiser added 2 years ago

Anti-Ricar Mk.I is a station wagon I'll post about later. This one is the one that came next to it.
A very sturdy medic capable of combat, its chassis is made with T6 cubes and the front is a 3x3x3 block of them. It uses T6 to T8 nano disruptors as armament and has directional thrusters for maneuverability on ice.
Quite an old build.

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Creative rating by Spacecam9.5
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