[TAC] The Technocratic AI Colonies

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More hover fighters, but instead of going bigger, we go SMALLER
TAC Atrius.png
Lighter, smaller and faster than the Alerus, the Atrius features a bonus defense bubble to float as well as a hover controller in case you want to land it on the upcoming Mesocarrier.

Atrius' turning on a dime is 1.5 times faster than the Alerus
(Be sure to change Control Schemes from Force Forwards to Hovercraft to experience sharper turns whilist moving forwards)

125 MPH Top Speed: Atrius vs the 120 MPH Top Speed: Alerus
+5 may not seem like much, but it certainly makes the difference in fight or flight!

(Sinks slowly incase you lose it somehow, it will eventually return to the ground for retrieval)

The TAC Fighter line features a miniature, state-of-the-art anti-drift system (YVWS) which allows it to remain controllable at even the lowest speeds, allowing for aggressive space fighter combat with incredible precision.
aka: Inertial Dampening

TAC Alerus Batt.png
(The Alerus in question)
 
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Green4Gaming

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More hover fighters, but instead of going bigger, we go SMALLER
View attachment 28055
Lighter, smaller and faster than the Alerus, the Atrius features a bonus defense bubble to float as well as a hover controller in case you want to land it on the upcoming Mesocarrier.

Atrius' turning on a dime is 1.5 times faster than the Alerus
(Be sure to change Control Schemes from Force Forwards to Hovercraft to experience sharper turns whilist moving forwards)

125 MPH Top Speed: Atrius vs the 120 MPH Top Speed: Alerus
+5 may not seem like much, but it certainly makes the difference in fight or flight!

(Sinks slowly incase you lose it somehow, it will eventually return to the ground for retrieval)

The TAC Fighter line features a miniature, state-of-the-art anti-drift system (YVWS) which allows it to remain controllable at even the lowest speeds, allowing for aggressive space fighter combat with incredible precision.
aka: Inertial Dampening

View attachment 28056
(The Alerus in question)
Nice