Practical Robot

Mk7 Armadillo

SMG Hover added 3 years ago

Okay, I know what you're thinking, "Oh it's another Cluly ball design to annoy the shit out of us." No, it was not meant for that. Yet it is as powerful as one. I thought about this design for a few days now and once it was done, it looked like a Cluly ball.

Anyway, this robot is one of my best hovers that work super well in the new PIT. It is insanely strong and can kill over and over. I only won 2 so far, but it would of been more because I was leader several times. However I lost it at the last minutes due to deaths/kill steals. The only weak spot on this hover is the rear where it is not covered by electroplates. Hope you all enjoy.

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Robot Statistics
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Comments
3
Ratings
12
Practical Rating
9.4
Creative Rating
9.0
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by TehLlamaKing10.0
Creative rating by TehLlamaKing2.5
Function rating by whiteeagles419.5
Creative rating by whiteeagles4110.0
Creative rating by GodsLegend10.0
Function rating by GodsLegend10.0
Function rating by Devinit9.0
Creative rating by Devinit10.0
Creative rating by EvilGamer1936.0
Function rating by EvilGamer1939.5
Function rating by JSU7.5
Creative rating by JSU7.0
Comments and Ratings
GodsLegend
3 years ago
I think I fought you in the pit with my M7 Land Brawler, I killed you but you were tough.

10/10

Ratings 10.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
Dommyturtles
3 years ago
Yeah I think I remember.
whiteeagles41
3 years ago
Intriguing design concept you have there.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0

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