Practical Robot

BAHCO

Tesla Drone added 3 years ago

< sliding with ski's became more stable after META update >

Walker med with use of Ski's for very fast movement to help a separated group.
Jumps over a few bots with ease.
Narrow so I don't block bridges.
If the bot that I'm healing is unaware of being flanked, I tent to jump on enemy to loosen a few bolts.
x1 extra Disruptor to service a bot behind me(alt fire usually shoots bots in front/side of me because its length, when 1 Disruptor on front doesn't fire as being out of reach, the 7nth kicks in on it's back)

When taking good attention of its weak points, its a fun and functional bot to play with.

Even with the possibility to let the team down is worth the risk to luge* around for fun @ Mars-S2 waving at Red team on there base plate (when they just left their base to go mid)and turn back to team before they are able to turn around/notice.

*They should make a toboggan map ending in a pit, to kill each others left overs.

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Practical Rating
8.3
Creative Rating
7.9
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by JSU8.0
Creative rating by JSU7.5
Function rating by Zelborg7.5
Creative rating by Zelborg7.5
Creative rating by utkarshm5688.0
Function rating by utkarshm5689.0
Creative rating by Kostas_RC7.5
Function rating by Kostas_RC8.0
Creative rating by Manjuel8.5
Function rating by Manjuel9.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna8.5
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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
great build

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0

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