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AMD™Spike Rusher

Proto Mech added 4 weeks ago

After the Chase incident, The team decided to continue the test and see what would happen to the mech. After the success of the accidental test to the dog, they eagerly prepared again, putting the same miniature scale bot in the spot, got ready to start the machine and activated it. The bot grew as expected! but they then checked it and instantly saw the flaw of the robot action figure. The material made to use the bot didn't change in terms of strength and in fact was weaker than the same material of the same size. This was confirmed as they tested side by side a large metal plate together with the action figure that was also made of the same metal. They shot a single laser blaster to the both objects and saw that the large metal plate deflected the laser while the large action figure got penetrated by the laser... The team then sold the figure to a museum for display.

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