Creative Robot

Seimei No Kami

Tesla Copter added 1 year ago

Seimei no Kami .
My first medic / copter .

Fast enough . A little hard to turn.
It is very tanky ! With another medic, it is very difficult to kill.
It can fly with two rotors

He is being healed very quickly !

The important parts are triforced/rodforced.


Carbon version soon ;)

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Robot Statistics
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500
Comments
5
Ratings
14
Practical Rating
9.2
Creative Rating
9.8
Last Updated
1 year ago
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Creative rating by Radiocan10.0
Function rating by Radiocan9.0
Creative rating by XxPartyGamerxX10.0
Function rating by XxPartyGamerxX10.0
Creative rating by ChrisDess9.0
Function rating by ChrisDess7.0
Function rating by davie9.0
Creative rating by davie10.0
Function rating by Ghator_xD10.0
Creative rating by Ghator_xD10.0
Function rating by pmlg87459.0
Creative rating by pmlg87458.5
Function rating by TehLlamaKing9.5
Creative rating by TehLlamaKing9.5
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TehLlamaKing
1 year ago
this thing looks beastly

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Pizrre
1 year ago
It is! More than I think !
And thanks!
Radiocan
1 year ago
Nice design and it looks durable, but the tail might be a little bit too easy to pick off and if a rail shoots your back you will take serious damage.

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0
Pizrre
1 year ago
It's look like but no ;) the two tails are rod forcing ;) if a rail shoot the tail, the rotor will be fine !
Radiocan
1 year ago
aahh smart!!

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0

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