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OverLord V5 (Type-MT)

Tesla Tank added 2 years ago

This is a Heavy Support / Front Line / Artilery tank that i've managed to create.

The OverLord is known for it's survivability and it can even function with the whole of its front shot off. It's quite the massive build, with somewhere around 447 T8/7 blocks in total.

The other more notable parts of this bot is it's versatility in weapon types, you can easily add in at least 6 weapons of any tier (rails excluded and T9 to 10 weapon's haven't been tested yet)

Combat tips:

(1) The large size a width may prove to be a problem when navigating narrows passaged ways but it can be easily solved with careful map planning and repositioning.

(2) The electro plates and armour are more concentrated on front and back of the craft, so it's recommend that you try to position your 'nose' directly at the enemy when engaging.

(3) You almost have to pay no heed to incoming rail fire as they are easily rendered infective because of the sheer armour thickness ( it would take at least 4 rail shots [of the same tier] to disconnect the front nose of the craft)
(This is a pre-patch stat... Because I've sold this bot, I can't find out the anti rail effectiveness for post patch rails)

(4) When using this craft, it's recommended to stick with the group as your main purpose is as a Front line SMG / Medic / Plasma Tank.

PS: the chassis blocks are an approximation

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