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R5-Missle-II

Missile Mech added 3 weeks ago

Original CRF Description: The Upgraded Version of the R3-Missle. Dual Stingers are the same as the Viper in terms of DPS. 660 more CPU, almost double the original Missle.

The original robot was made without premium but is now colored differently. No exact Cube count for either.

Updated CRF robot: The Upgraded Version of the R3-Missle. Dual Stingers are the same as the Viper in terms of DPS. 660 more CPU, almost double the original Missle. 960 more CPU and 3 LOMLs (2 Epic, 1 Legendary) make it very powerful.

Tech List: Updated Version
2x Epic Mech Legs
Energy Mod
EMP Mod
2x LOML Stinger
LOML Viper
4x Uncommon Nano
Some Glass Cubes of varying shape
1 of each Electroshield B

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