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Seraphim Experimental Shield Generator
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50ShadesofGray
50ShadesofGray

Well, thats something new.

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ww.dk
ww.dk

just to clarify, each drone have their own shieldpoints, or is it shared from the hub?

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Balthassar

They are separate, however, if the shield is disabled and reactivated then the health is averaged between them.

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Oaks
Oaks

Now that puts Iron Curtain to shame. Fascinating.
Multi-bubble rotating lattice shield, 12 outer ones, hexagon inner ones and one central.
I tried to translate Latin Loquebatur Clipeum(lattice matrix shield) to Seraphim, but to no avail :D

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ww.dk
ww.dk

awesome

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A new addition for Bubble Tea. The uniquely functioning Seraphim experimental lattice shield. The lattice drones rotate around the main unit.

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