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Better Future & COUGER V.O.B
Gigantic boost units from Armored Core for Answer, a game released in 2008
This booster has a built-in ultra-large capacity fuel tank, so it can burn alone for a long time
But there is no refill rate at all, so once it burns, it takes a long time to refill
It can also be used as a disposable booster
It's been over ten years? oh my god...

4/27/21
rebalance
Increased refill rate
Booster fuel consumption slightly increased
the current VOB can burn for about 200 seconds on its own

4/29/21
Increased the booster power from 2,000,000 to 3,000,000
 
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Better Future & COUGER V.O.B Side Booster
It was too huge to use, so I made a half-size version
It has 40% of the power of the original
It's using cell mapping, so it's not as huge as it looks, you can freely place blocks in empty areas
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Hawkeye M79 MLRS
A missile turret from rocket warthog in HALO series
Fire six high-speed missiles
the missile's turning performance is slightly inferior, but excellent speed and turret traverse speed compensates
It's like a more powerful version of the GSO missile

5/10/21
Nerfed because it was too strong
current damage is 500, blast damage is 130, and volley damage is 3780
this is almost double the volley damage of the GSO missile
Other minor updates include updated models and the addition of laser targeting
 
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Hawkeye Tier1-Seg1~Seg6 Adv.Battery Gauge
Hawkeye Tier2-Seg1~Seg6 Adv.Battery Gauge


Highly recommended to use it with Advanced Building.
Decorative blocks that serve as battery gauges.
This gauge has a fixed lower and upper limit, unlike a normal battery LED.
You need to choose the right kind of gauge for your Tech's battery level.
Tier 1 gauge supports battery levels up to 720K, Tier 2 up to 2.1M
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For reference, if converting the upper limit of the gauge into the number of gluon batteries, T1 is 13.8 and T2 is 41.5
It is recommended to use a gauge that is slightly lower than the total battery capacity.
 
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