Practical Robot

Battering Ram

SMG Tank added 3 months ago

This is my first robot.
It is super tough and has multiple sets of tank tracks to keep it moving. The healers tend to get shot off easily, but I don't often use them, anyway.

-2 tank track warthog (uncommon)
-4 tank track bison (uncommon)
-2 tank track rhino (rare)
-6 C6 laser disintegrators (epic)
-4 nano binders (uncommon)

Enjoy!

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Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
6.3
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Function rating by bobeksmrodek8.0
Creative rating by bobeksmrodek6.5
Function rating by Vicious_chicken7.5
Creative rating by Vicious_chicken6.0
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Vicious_chicken
3 months ago
I would suggest spreading out that nano placement and maybe don't make them stick out on rods. Struts might be better. Other than that , very tanky.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 6.0 creative0
PickledBob02
3 months ago
Thanks for the advice!
bobeksmrodek
3 months ago
New to the game, huh? Well, i wont say much since its just modified version of robo3, but i would suggest to put those nanos on different rods since if that rod is gone you lose 2 at a time.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
PickledBob02
3 months ago
Thanks for the advice!

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