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Kilo Pound Rounder

SMG Tank added 2 years ago

The Kilo Pound Rounder is the ultimate front line war machine. Consisting of 1200 T10 blocks and 2 redudent SMG's this heavy tank will shread almost everything it faces, and if it has a medic buddy backing up you can bet your life saving you're not gonna die for as long as your medic can survive and keep you alive.

Being a total block spam bot of 1200 blocks Rail and Plasma enemies will never beat this design, with it's rail surival record currently at 16 rail shots, and even after that it was still alive. Just crippled.

Which brings me to the only 2 weakness this bot has in my opinion. The major weakness being that it has only 2 tracks, so although killing this beast is a difficult task, crippling it is fairly easy. And the other arguable weakness is not having Electro Plates, however not having them is what allows for the 1200 block count. Making it the ultimate front line meat shield. Alone it is weak, in a team it is indestructable.

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