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Peacekeeper

Tesla Hover added 2 years ago

This is the 6th version of my first Medic that I built shortly after the introduction of the Nano-Disrupter. Optimized for beeing fast, tanky, agile, perfectly balanced and extraordinary stable while maintaining a maximum mobility and reduncy even if there is only a single hoover and gun left.

Its a jack of all trades which also means it does not spike in any tasks. Optimal for platoons or in larger groups. Semi-Optimal for pocketing since a maximum of 5 nanos can aim at one target. (at the beginning of a game if guns are shot off and healed back 6 is possible)

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Practical Rating
9.2
Creative Rating
7.9
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by crikey132457.0
Function rating by crikey132459.0
Creative rating by Brisco9.5
Function rating by Brisco10.0
Function rating by Wundsalz9.0
Creative rating by Wundsalz7.5
Function rating by swiftduststorm8.5
Creative rating by swiftduststorm8.0
Function rating by Konsento9.5
Creative rating by Konsento7.0
Function rating by Scottish_Bacon9.0
Creative rating by Scottish_Bacon7.5
Function rating by SBB_ChiefTain10.0
Creative rating by SBB_ChiefTain10.0
Function rating by JSU8.5
Creative rating by JSU7.5
Function rating by Kostas_RC9.0
Creative rating by Kostas_RC8.5
Function rating by Berandaro9.5
Function rating by NAO1099.5
Creative rating by NAO1098.5
Creative rating by 10kgtech8.5
Function rating by 10kgtech7.0
Creative rating by Hybrid108.0
Function rating by Gottchar5.0
Function rating by icetea710.0
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Creative rating by Ketsen8.0
Function rating by Ketsen9.0
Creative rating by QuantumMech7.5
Function rating by QuantumMech7.5
Function rating by HybridHusky10.0
Creative rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna6.0
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.0
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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
great build

Ratings 6.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Ketsen
2 years ago
Looks like a stable, and stylish, build. Nice Job.

Ratings 8.0 creative and 9.0 practical0
Gottchar
2 years ago
I dont get why you can only heal with 6 guns after a gun got shot, why dont you change active guns?

Full gun clearence is the most important thing for a healer.

Ratings 5.0 practical0
Lunar
2 years ago
Because the front and underside guns have priority (not changable without loosing symmetry = stableness). Also like I stated it is meant for groups/platoons and reduncy. It is extremly stable and therefor easy to handle. Its like a platform. Also this particular form was choosen for being able to move even at 20% and less (a gun and hoover left).
Gun-clearance at one single target is secondary since it is not meant to heal one person at a time and the advantages of the form, handling and reduncy (aka surviving and being usefull) makes more than up for not beeing able to aim 6 guns at all time at one target.

I request to rate my bot for it's purpose and not rate badly for something I made clear in the description it is not meant to do.
NAO109
2 years ago
This robo should strong, even if equipped with a plasma :)

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
M JSU
2 years ago
Looking decent for a healer.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
swiftduststorm
2 years ago
nicely made.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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