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Cosmini: Jaguar

General Robot added 9 months ago

I was bored. Boredom + Luke20055 = derpy robots :P
No weapons because I'm not really sure why... this is a logical sentence that makes lots of sense. (JK I was just playing with cosmetic parts and made this thing, didn't really think of weapon placements as I was just trying to see how the cosemtic parts were placed)
2 Hovers on the inside so it can move.
-342 CPU
-On the CRF, if you want to buy it. (You'll have to find a place for the weapons, though!)

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6
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Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
9.4
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Creative rating by DiscipleX9.0
Creative rating by Spacecam9.5
Function rating by HairyLarry10.0
Creative rating by HairyLarry10.0
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HairyLarry
8 months ago
Wonder how well this performs in battle

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Luke20055
8 months ago
:3 I was going to try it (the armed version) in the Micro Bots Brawl as it's got less than 500CPU, but then the Brawl helpfully gave me an average wait time of 8 minutes so I decided to bail...
Spacecam
9 months ago
Cute :P

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Luke20055
9 months ago
*insert shrug emoji here*
DiscipleX
9 months ago
Small builds like this with cosmetic parts are harder than the larger variants, as the parts don't fit together well.i

Ratings 9.0 creative1
Luke20055
9 months ago
These designs are especially hard to find weapon placements and movement placements; for example I wanted wheels, but I couldn't find or make a space for them without re-designing the entire robot. :I

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