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Mercy (OW)

Medic Mech added 11 months ago
by wildmonkeycar
White Novice

This robot is a bit more Creative than Practical, but is great to use in battle all the same. It's in the shape of Mercy from Overwatch, and everything she can do in the game (With the exception of team resurrection) is possible in Robocraft. Holding space after a Sprinter Leg leap will allow Mercy-Bot to glide, and pressing 3 will activate Guardian Angel (Blink Module). Be careful, though. Her healing staff is easily broken, so hide behind allies while you heal them. Uses 2 Sprinter Leg Perseus.

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