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RCFR1 Podracer

General Robot added 3 weeks ago

Podracing was a dangerous racing sport on planets such as Malastare, Theron, and Tatooine. Racers could perform multiple laps on a particular race track, moving at dangerous and, at times, deadly speeds. The races were performed using craft known as Podracers or pods, which were small, one-man craft propelled by large engines. Races could then be projected in entertainment establishments throughout the galaxy.

Podracing was a sport generally partaken in by aliens. Due to that fact, the slave Anakin Skywalker believed himself to be the only human capable of podracing. In 32 BBY, he was the only member of the species who participated in those races around the Mos Espa region.
During the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo, Anakin Skywalker won the Boonta Eve Classic on Tatooine, securing his freedom from a life of slavery. Betting on the races was a popular pastime with many of the watchers on Tatooine and it was through Qui-Gon Jinn's bet with Watto that Skywalker would win the race that Skywalker was freed.

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2nd place of the RCFR1 (french competition)

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Practical Rating
7.3
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Dan96.5
Creative rating by Dan99.0
Function rating by Otheisis8.0
Creative rating by Otheisis10.0
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Trokodile174
3 weeks ago
How did you leave the build zone?
the_pegase
3 weeks ago
with the mamouth track : Gromek999 have a video
Trokodile174
3 weeks ago
I don't watch YouTube.
Otheisis
3 weeks ago
Unique podracer, very well made.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Dan9
3 weeks ago
Good craft. But, i want see this in battle)

Ratings 6.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
the_pegase
3 weeks ago
art bot not battle bot but this is a hover
Dan9
3 weeks ago
Okay.))

Ratings 6.5 practical and 9.0 creative0

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