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Tweedlebug car

Tesla Cruiser added 2 years ago

The smallest most robust medic I could think of that still looked reasonable to me. The wheels are wide mounted (3 block width) to keep it stable at speed and the single forward mount gun is able to repair the full circle around.
To make an impact in rank 3 battles it needs to be driven across the battle field to repair at each of the separate fights occurring. Staying with one group doesn't work as you'll often be the only medic and need to repair everywhere at once.
This is a good practice vehicle to learn how to keep your vehicle under cover while repairing from maximum range. Literally at this level if you go in close you will be torn up. Aim healing is useful as you pick up the team member playing well rather than the one being dumb.

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Practical Rating
5.0
Creative Rating
4.9
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by incendiary5.0
Function rating by incendiary4.0
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Function rating by JSU6.5
Creative rating by JSU5.0
Function rating by piippiz5.5
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wumper
2 years ago
Yours definitely looks cooler
piippiz
2 years ago
xD funny little robo

not as functional as my T3 medic :3

Ratings 5.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
wumper
2 years ago
Not enough snack sized bots out there.
M JSU
2 years ago
-eats it- o.O

Ratings 6.5 practical and 5.0 creative0
wumper
2 years ago
I hadn't considered that, you'd need another medic near by to put the gun back ever so often
Stoaks
2 years ago
lol its so cute :P
Literally the best t3 medic ive ever seen was just a gun, 4 t1 wheels, and like 1000 t0 cubes
It never died

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