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Kevin Bacon Mk2

SMG Hover added 2 years ago

Playing the game for a few weeks now, my first main 25k 'competitive' SMG hover, took me to P5 in around 30 matches. Relies on EP for most of it protection, useful against rails but id like to change.

Good in a straight 1v1, good at tanking up close and stripping an enemies guns off faster than they can, the EP tends to get in the way of their shots, while the SMGs have clearance down and forward. Thrusters give it good agility and speed and I've danced around plenty of mechs stripping them clean before they can aim. The DSM underneath is always a great surprise to pop up in a face off, or help with the big group pushes forward

Need to improve inner hull triforcing. Gun mounts are well protected but it occasionally loses its core movement to rail shots, although a back up hover and thrusters mean i can scoot back into cover if this happens. The rear is a bit of a weak point against plasma and i can lose the thrusters in one burst. Need to try protect on the next version a little better. Going to stick a couple of nanos on the next version to make it a better platoon member.

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Practical Rating
9.3
Creative Rating
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Function rating by piippiz8.5
Creative rating by piippiz8.0
Function rating by xisecga9.5
Creative rating by xisecga8.0
Function rating by OverDriveR10.0
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OverDriveR
2 years ago
Saw it in battle! Ferocious!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
xisecga
2 years ago
Shields shields!

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
piippiz
2 years ago

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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