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    [Request] Shooty Robot Thing (Simple! I promise)

    I was wondering if anyone could sprite this thing:



    Facing 8 directions. I'll take 4 though.

    Assuming this thread doesn't just stagnate and die like all the others on this forum/site, I'll throw up a script request to make this an actual boss/enemy. It's basically an Aghanim enemy except it flies around and shoots Fire, Frost, Shock balls. But if that's too much work it can just be an environmental hazard.

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    Looks cool, and not that hard to draw. I imagine you'd want it 32x32px? My spriting skills are not that good. If I somehow managed to draw the front facing one I doubt I'd be able to get the other directions. If you get the script request up I may take a shot at that. To clarify on this thing though: all you want animation wise is 4(or 8) directions?

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