Practical Robot

Sand shoter

General Robot added 2 years ago

Rodforced sprinter mech with 2 Laser Leviathan Carbon 6
Sprinter leg Hermes
Blink module and 2 Nano mender.
Black and yellow colored
4 epic shields (2 at from and 2 at the back)
Can escape at low health. Got around 1'900'000 of HP.
2 Curse flags.

1890 cpu.

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Robot Statistics
Views
699
Comments
4
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
8.4
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by SavageGamer1119.5
Creative rating by SavageGamer1118.5
Function rating by McNugg27107.5
Creative rating by McNugg27109.5
Function rating by MisterSoandSo7.5
Creative rating by MisterSoandSo8.0
Comments and Ratings
MisterSoandSo
2 years ago
2 high cpu weapons are not that good in a high cpu bot ... I would rather use lower level guns to fight as it very easy to disarm and run out of power in early games like BA.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
McNugg2710
2 years ago
Those MSMG will be useless with only 10k energy :I

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
GobyyAB
2 years ago
I agree, i will try to make another one with more balanced cpu, thanks fir your comment!
SavageGamer111
2 years ago
usually id recommend not using shields but the fronts shields look really well placed lots of frontal armor and also covers the top rod connection to the mega smg though i would push that blink back looks decent not the best pretty good bot

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0

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