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Cacar Mk.2

Tesla Cruiser added 2 years ago

This is another fun-build like the Cacar (it's speedy as hell)
,but it's the Mk .So it's better, speeder and it's heals more :P

-4 Rods curved T 10
-3 short Rods T 10

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7
Practical Rating
3.0
Creative Rating
2.7
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by Braap3.0
Function rating by Braap2.0
Function rating by NGnius6.0
Function rating by GrimjawT1.0
Creative rating by GrimjawT1.0
Function rating by JSU3.0
Creative rating by JSU3.0
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M JSU
2 years ago
D: -cries- These give medics a bad name.

Almost any type of damage will either cause this build to blow up, combust or get obliterated from existence. :

Ratings 3.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
GrimjawT
2 years ago
Why just why ?

Ratings 1.0 practical and 1.0 creative0

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