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UNSC Mammoth

Rail Cruiser added 4 months ago

This is the ATV from Halo 4, made to survive in harsh and hazardous environments.

It was originally built back when megabots were only 7555 CPU.

It boasts impressive structural integrity despite the numerous open areas such as the repair bay for smaller vehicles such as the UNSC Warthog or the UNSC Mongoose, as well as the open cockpit so any crew aboard the vehicle can see clearly even at night.

The anti-material cannon mounted topside is used mainly for taking down larger aircraft or clearing boulders and landslides.

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Practical Rating
9.5
Creative Rating
10.0
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Function rating by Mr_Bigglesworth9.5
Creative rating by Mr_Bigglesworth10.0
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Mr_Bigglesworth
4 months ago
Nice robot. Looks cool.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative1

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