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T10 UFO HEALER

Tesla Hover added 3 years ago

An aggressive hover medic, with good movement speed, but weak, the good point is you are hard to hit.

You have a lot of hoverblades so you can lost some, you will still have enough.

You can choose to add more shield or tesla blades.

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Last Updated
3 years ago
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