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Robocop VML

General Robot added 6 months ago

He is back and built better than ever.

Like the earlier 'Robocop', this bot is based upon a certain movie cyborg popular in the 90s.

It is based upon the same chassis - with a number of modifications made to ensure greater survivability and versatility.

VML - Versatile Missiles & Lasers

Offense:
- Lock-On Missile Launcher x 1
- Decimator Lasers x 6

Defense:
- Strategic EP Shielding
- Reinforcing Strut Shielding & Rod Supports
- Head-Installed Hovers, For Backup Mobility

This bot is meant to cover mid-range - and is more sturdy than it looks.

Now to revise the directives:

1 - Serve Annoyance to the Enemy

2 - Protect the Caps

3 - Uphold the Team

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Function rating by christianYETI8.0
Creative rating by christianYETI9.0
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christianYETI
6 months ago
yea... umm, doesn't he just fall over?

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Avestron
6 months ago
Hey there :cP

He would... if there weren't three epic hovers and a little helium in the head to help keep him upright (they also help when the legs get shot out). ;c)

When both legs are shot off the bot 'will' fall over - but the hovers ensure that it can still slide around with some firepower.

I'm not going to say that it doesn't encounter issues on steep slopes - but it can get to the top of the mountain on that Ice map well enough.

Thank you for the ratings ^_^
christianYETI
6 months ago
k, changed rating

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0

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