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Firestorm 15, mini-dreadnought

Interceptor added 3 weeks ago

Firestorm 15 is part of my long running "mini-dreadnought" series. The goal with the series is to capture the feeling of one being in command of a true starship while in the air.

Statistics:
Name = Firestorm 15 "Shiny"
Speed while FLYING = ~240 MPH
Total health (base + health boost) = 3 069 000 HP
Mass = 3 524 kg

Flight profile:
The aircraft is surprisingly agile for its size and appearance. It's in par with a regular plane that doesn't use thruster assistance while turning around or going up and down, so to speak. It's also very stable design even when it's reduced down to 10% of its health.

Combat performance:
Compared to many other aircrafts, the mini-dreadnought is very durable, especially when engaging frontally. The only type of weapon that really hits hard against this design is flak cannon. Every other weapon type requires either to be in the right spot at the right time or they have to come in by the numbers.

The major downside of the mini-dreadnought is that it lacks the "first strike" ability. The flyer can cause decent amounts of damage over time with its lasers, but weapons like healing guns can easily counter its effects without even breaking a sweat.

As such, it can be classified as being something in between an art bot and a pure "combat" -focused bot.



I hope you guys like what I've created here! I'll be happy to answer any questions or comments you may have.

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