Practical Robot

R&N Angel Vulture [Chassis]

Medic Flier added 2 years ago

Behold the Angel Vulture, an elegant fusion of beauty and performance. With it's light and flexible chassis, the Angel Vulture can accommodate a multitude of different movement and weapon configuration. Its sleek and streamline body only complements its performance. The BMW of the skies, enter the Angel Vulture

Pros:
Speed (200 on a vertical climb)
Control & Turning
Supports multiple configs
Elegant

Cons:
Minimal armor
No triforcing

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Robot Statistics
Views
721
Comments
4
Ratings
13
Practical Rating
7.3
Creative Rating
6.8
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Exander5.0
Creative rating by Exander5.5
Function rating by JSU6.0
Creative rating by JSU5.5
Creative rating by SASEASASINI9.0
Function rating by SASEASASINI8.0
Function rating by Jacoblouis9.5
Creative rating by Jacoblouis8.5
Function rating by mestmaker7.0
Creative rating by mestmaker7.0
Function rating by Eltanin7.0
Function rating by Manjuel8.0
Creative rating by Manjuel7.5
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Comments and Ratings
Jamos4
2 years ago
Good rail = Boom Boom = D.E.D
M JSU
2 years ago
I will give a rating for overall builds on this.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 5.5 creative0
M JSU
2 years ago
The build types seem inconsistent in this. Rotor, no rotor, nanos then smgs. Which is it?

Ratings 6.0 practical and 5.5 creative0
The_Syndicate
2 years ago
Awesome but I would replace. The t9 radar with a radar jammer t9 because as a medic plane you don't want to get spotted!

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