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Codeine

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The brother of my bot Lithium. Codeine was made to suit the new update. Making use of the rehashed power module R.I.P and the low CPU high energy advantage, this bot can spin down the duel chainy's and then instantly re-charge for more. The fire power seems endless......however it does eventually run out......then its sucks balls having to wait 2min for more juice. Time you recharge right and in a crowded pinch-point on the map and its a triple kill wonder. Just don't 1V1 big tanky bots without the energy backup ready to go. It is a selfish bot build as it has no healers and secondary weapons. Its all about keeping CPU low and the kill rate high.........well it kinda works. Its on CRF for closer inspection along with my other bots that have undergone work to suit the new update......and the 12 power modules in my inventory from the heavy recycling thanks to the update....GGgrrrr.

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eNRisk
1 year ago
Nice bot, but perhaps?
http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/bjFKOQZ0
Did you use it for inspiration or is it a common design nowadays?

gj anyway.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
OldManGamer
1 year ago
Sorry mate I missed seeing you Junker robot. I can see the similarities in areas but no means copied. Just coincidence they look the same. Nice job by the way. I'll drop by and inspect and rate your collection soon. Yes this is a common breed of robot..... but that seems to come about every update eg tesseracts, Ion hovers, shurikens. We all seem to put our spin on what gets us kills and better crates. Cheers for comments and ratings. Alway appreciated.
eNRisk
1 year ago
Didn't mean to call you a copycat, just wondered if you took the design for an idea maybe :)
Anyway thanks ^^

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
OldManGamer
1 year ago
All good mate and no i hadn't clapped eyes on your bot before yesterday. Although i have looked at most of your bots and i must say they are all very inspirational builds. I see the 'Ghost' is on CRF..... its a sick looking bot. How do you feel about the new energy module? Personally I liked it the way it was. Had to recycle a few bots due to the changes.
eNRisk
1 year ago
I feel like its underpowered but pairs well with ions. :)

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Dann_The_Cat
1 year ago
it's common

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