Practical Robot

Bal'och (INACTIVE)

SMG Drone added 3 years ago

This makes 15 active 10's ;) Same as Bal'och ALT except with no blades and using 6 t10 smg's.

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Robot Statistics
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726
Comments
2
Ratings
14
Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
7.4
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Creative rating by necr0tix10.0
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necr0tix
2 years ago

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Lordbal
3 years ago
tryin it with plasmas/blades now

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