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Dawn and Dusk V.1

Plasma Hover added 3 weeks ago

A well-rounded Hover-Copter hybrid that can take a few shots, (and a few more since your opponents will probably believe you can be entirely downed by destroying your rotors.)

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Pros

- Decent at soaking damage
- An estimate of 8 - 10 hovers hidden inside this bot can guarantee an escape or victory in a 1v1 duel.
- Electroplates improve your soaking capabilities
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Cons
- Relatively slow due to hovers/rotors base speed
- Small rail Impaler bots can easily destroy your greatest means of mobility if you don't play it safe
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I happened to stumble upon whom I believe I was inspired by, they go by Lightstorm and their bot that I used as inspiration was called the 'Umbra Wraith'! So, if it's needed, the original design credits go to them. (I believe this is what I should be saying, correct?)

Available in the CRF?: Of course, and not only that, but I added a cheaper version, which only includes movement, electroplates, etc. All weapons were removed, giving the player full customization of their weapon choice.

Purely constructed from memory with a pinch of my own style.

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