Practical Robot

Sulcata point holder

SMG Hover added 2 months ago

There are two Thrusters (epics) one is on the outside, the other is in the bot's center. It comes with 10 hoverblade squalls in a multilevel core.

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Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
7.6
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Function rating by Luke200559.0
Creative rating by Luke200557.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera8.0
Function rating by Avestron9.0
Creative rating by Avestron7.5
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Avestron
1 month ago
That thing looks deadly - and its highly tanky. I can see why you call it a point-holder.

Its not a solid brick - but its not merely hollow either. I wonder whether the guns are triforced and such.

I know that I wouldn't want to encounter it on a point. Nice design too.


Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Luke20055
2 months ago
While the overall shape makes it look rather "box-ish" the asthetics are unique and fairly simple - a nice combination. Looks fairly tanky and with 55% health boost it's sure to survive a while before being destroyed. Nice :)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Zalera
2 months ago
What could we do against a brick... they are the strongest ._.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Luke20055
2 months ago
At least this is a creative addition to the Wall of Bricks in the great robot building and battling game, BrickCraft

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Zalera
2 months ago
Soon coming back to tiers / techtree / elimination battles :3

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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