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Casual VPR-MEDUSA "Shark Bait (Hoo Ha Ha)" (1xHLL, 2xHML, 4xLMG)

Discussion in 'Medusa Builds' started by The Shazbot, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. The Shazbot

    The Shazbot Active Member

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    Packed as much firepower as I feasibly could into the "Strong Fin," stripped down the other fin. The HLL is great for a little poking / harassing, while the HMLs more than double that poke if they (or you) close in. The 4 LMGs come into play when you are hot or just want to crit some sh*t.

    Pretty fun, but you are a mere ambush hunter / harasser, so don't over extend, or you will be known as "Shark Food (Ooh Ow Ow)" from then on.
     
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  2. Excalibaard

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    I fink the name is very finny, but how easy is it to protect your right fin? Arms have the annoying tendency to stick out :(
     
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    The Shazbot Active Member

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    The "strong fin" is actually made of wet paper mache, as is the whole 'Mech! Even with all the armor nodes (a must!) it feels like you explode if the enemy so much as target locks you. I make sure to remove hand actuators for a slightly smaller arm hitbox, and try to soak all damage possible to the left side to minimize the risk!

    BTW, stripping the weapons out of the left fin actually makes it smaller and gimpy looking, check it out in the 'Mechlab

    :playful:
     

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