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AZUC rescue

Medic Copter added 6 months ago

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Functional and compactly designed medic copter/insect leg.

Basic structure is similar with "CRAN rescue T", but copter arrangement and some detailed components are similar with "CURB rescue".
Instead of losing "some" mobility than CURB rescue, this fill up the weakness of CURB rescue which has poor fire power by adding 1 proto-seeker and 4 Teslas.

SPECS:
-5 Nano Menders
-1 Laser Wasp
-1 Proto-seeker
-4 Tesla Slicer
-4 Insect Leg Soldiers
-1 Roter Blade Assault
-1 Roter Blade Invader
-1 Power Booster

STRENGTH:
-Easy to handle still a bit worse than CURB rescue
-Good acceleration
-5 Menders and Power Booster allows to heal allies longer
-Gained ability to contribute on combat a side of healing allies by using Proto-seeker and Teslas
-Can handle both air/ground ally units to heal
-Well armored

WEAKNESS:
-Losing some controllability compared to CURB rescue
-Slightly fragile compared to CURB rescue
-Slightly slower compared to CURB rescue
-Often flips upside down

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