Practical Robot

Capacitor

SMG Hover added 1 week ago

Capacitor

A brand-new concept which will destroy other robots instantly… Just kidding.

Gameplay


I figure you know how to play this bot. You just go, see, kill and go again. The ion to destroy tanks and the MSMG for the rest. Never stop moving and everything will be good! Rudders and the extra hover give you big advantages in matter of agility and height.

Portrait


This bot is especially strong when it comes to absorb damages. The core in dark blue helps a lot but its smooth profile permits it to sneak in the free-for-all. You can easily reach 250 km/h and the T5 reactors are protected. Every components are triforced to provide a long and intense battle. The Colours are my signature, this time there is a surprise inside !
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Robot Statistics
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98
Comments
3
Ratings
2
Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
4.0
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Mr_peekaboo8.5
Creative rating by Mr_peekaboo4.0
Comments and Ratings
Mr_peekaboo
3 days ago
but its good

Ratings 8.5 practical and 4.0 creative0
BigBolt
1 day ago
You are judging on redundancy of this design but trust me it is a real effort to create a nice-looking and effective meta ! May be "not intresting" but powerfuller than 8.5 stars...
Can you try to be more helpful in your criticsms ?
Mr_peekaboo
3 days ago
well,its just another version,not interesting

Ratings 8.5 practical and 4.0 creative0

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