Creative Robot

Sandbolt V1

Rail Walker added 2 months ago

My goal in creating Sandbolt was to use a trend I noticed when seeing many players using only a Rail Impaler.

I add to this Spider Legs and Rotor Blades so the player could climb and access difficult areas of the map.

Currently the robot is for sale in the Robocraft store.

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Practical Rating
5.0
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by CyborgSamurai5.0
Creative rating by CyborgSamurai8.5
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CyborgSamurai
2 months ago
It looks really nice but once that gun is shot off better start running! I suggest putting on a few small lasers and/or two big Healing turrets. You need options on the battlefield!

Ratings 5.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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