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Talos-LMW (Leaping Medic)

Medic Walker added 2 years ago

A quick response leaping medic walking, flies like an uwd. Since it has no rudders or airfoils it is extremely fast.

I have lots of cpu left (1233 right now) so I will continue to improve it.

When using this bot you can either stay in cover and heal allies from your safe spot of leap/fly around the map healing allies wherever they are.

It can't take a lot of fire so try to not get hit, it doesn't fall apart immediately but it's not a tank.

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Comments
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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
9.2
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Function rating by llwReptileSUN10.0
Creative rating by llwReptileSUN10.0
Function rating by filipzkonopi38.5
Creative rating by filipzkonopi39.0
Function rating by Comm9868.0
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Comm986
2 years ago
I don't get how this bot works but I can suggest spamming legs(it worked for my leaper), they have so little hp, redundancy is required.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
filipzkonopi3
2 years ago

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
RoboDrone3
2 years ago
Why the low ratings? Maybe it isn't the most practical bot but it has done pretty good in almost every match so far.
llwReptileSUN
2 years ago
Use some cpu to separate the legs connection point.
same block equals easy de-leg

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
RoboDrone3
2 years ago
The legs are attached to seperate blocks, then attached to different aero-rods and seperated mounting blocks on the body. I've also used up the rest of the cpu adding Mk10.1 e-plates to lessen the damage that plasma or rails do, performs a bit better now.

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