Practical Robot

CARBON Leaf Cutter

SMG Mech added 1 year ago

Just a quick robot I threw together for the BATTLEFOREARTH update.
Specializes in long to mid range combat. Great for cutting leaves XD
BLINK- Getting Places
PLASMA- Finishing off/Great Damage
SMG- Primary/Long to Mid range/Damage

Inspired by DELTA's EARTH DEFENSE bot with chainsaws :3
ILL GET THOSE PESKY LEAVES FOR YA!

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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
7.5
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Function rating by piippiz8.5
Creative rating by piippiz7.5
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piippiz
1 year ago
It's tiny and dangerous, but yet so fragile

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
yelkcarb
1 year ago
It's meant for dealing damage. But it's surprisingly effective and can resist most shots. But I agree, it's no tank!

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