Practical Robot

H-Wing Light

Medic Drone added 1 year ago

Similar to its big brother (the H-Wing) this bot fullfils the ambulance role on the battlefield, it also does great as a peek-a-boo bomber.

It is not meant to take a lot of fire, its agility is unmatched and gives a good pilot the tools to stay out of harms way.

It features; 4x Nano Constructor, 3x Plasma Devastator and a Power Module.
Keyboard controls.

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Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by joefoe35799.0
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jopie110
1 year ago
@joefoe3579 Thank you for rating the bot. The rudders are there for redundancy, you can lose all of the aerofoils and will still have perfect stability.
joefoe3579
1 year ago
I'm not really sure why the rudders are needed, but nice bot.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative1

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