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Red Devil

Rail Cruiser added 3 years ago

This originally started out as a T4 Armed Assassin, created by Kioller, so all credit to him for the original design. It then mutated into what you see now. All blocks were replaced with Overwolf blocks and it has been converted into a rail cruiser.

There are so many rail tanks in T5, and sure they look cool and mean but they are slow and most of them are built on a toothpick that goes from the front of the tank straight to the pilot. A few well placed shots and they are dust.

This vehicle can easily outpace and outmaneuver it's rail tank competitors, being able to get in position long before they do. The pilot is protected from direct hits and the triforce bonnet will soak up damage, meaning a 1v1 with another rail vehicle, most times, will put you out on top.

I'm constantly modifying it so i have no idea how many blocks it has, and if i had to rebuild it i would have to watch Kioller's tutorial again D:

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