Practical Robot

WASP

General Robot added 3 months ago

WASP has been revised and tested several times,Now can be stable fly in the air.
The highest speed on the ground has 231 MPH.
In air is 310 MPH.
As well as the ability to stay sky,So that when the occupation is not afraid of the plasma launcher shooting ground spread.

Finally welcome to CRF Get it
and enjoy:)

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10.0
Creative Rating
9.0
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Function rating by PickledBob0210.0
Creative rating by PickledBob029.0
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Hagfish
3 months ago
Cool bot. What do i search for in the CRF? What is your robocraft name by the way?
PickledBob02
3 months ago
Cool! Great job with getting it to fly stable!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0

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