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T9 Electromantis STE

Tesla Cruiser added 3 years ago

My T9 Electromantis is probably the most stylish of the series but like the others it is great at healing and staying alive. It also scales cliff faces well and is very fast. This was built for function but ended up looking pretty as well. Check out the build video below. GLHF

I have a whole series of these on my Youtube channel if you are looking for a healer in another tier: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcD1-dvepcE_u7WVSAwiI1Q

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7.5
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Lexxas
3 years ago
Why don`t you use the mirroring mode in construction?

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
GamerGuide
3 years ago
Because it was made before that feature came along.

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