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BRI MedEvac

Tesla Cruiser added 2 years ago

Hello y'all, it's BR once again.^^

This is an old build i came across in my great pile of RC images. It's actually a bot i submitted for the first Roboshop submissions. Sadly it didn't make the cut though... :(

Oh well, regardless of that, it's a nippy medcruiser with a neat top speed, neat healing capability, and overall neat styling as well. (kinda the point i made it in the first place)
You can't see it on the pics, but it has a T5 thruster on the inside, for that extra "oomph". I couldn't help but go "weewooweewooweewoo!" as i charged towards damaged teammates. X3

Anyways, i hope y'all like it.^^

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Practical Rating
7.3
Creative Rating
7.0
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by Nysion6.5
Creative rating by Nysion6.0
Function rating by piippiz8.0
Creative rating by piippiz8.0
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piippiz
1 year ago
Cute :3

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Nysion
1 year ago
Cute little medic bot with the "classic" scarab shield setup... I'm not a fan of wheels sharing mounting points or having so much spare RR with only 4 Nanos but it seems like it would have been good enough for it's time.

Ratings 6.5 practical and 6.0 creative0

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