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Tesla Suicide Medic

Tesla Hover added 2 years ago

Something i made as an experiment to see how heavy Tesla is when attached to a Hover bot.

Also, Something interesting to note is that if all but 3 of the 8 Hoverblades on him are shot off he still regains Air Movement; Also, The Hoverblade on the back of him is mainly a target for Snipers and Bombers. It also serves absolutely no purpose and doesn't aid in Air Control at all.

PROS:
* Relatively High HPS. Megabots will love you!
* Regains movement if all but 3 HB's are shot off
* Tanks surprisingly well for a small Hoverbot
CONS:
* Can't climb mountains at all
* Can't survive against prolonged SMG fire
* Relatively easy to core into and destroy

Max Speed: 165 (Measured with Speedometer)
Max Height: Unknown (Measured with Altimeter)

Exact cost of Robot: 5,461,592

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Last Updated
2 years ago
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christianYETI
2 months ago
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Ratings 5.5 practical and 10.0 creative0

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