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Battling Big Ben

Rail Tank added 1 year ago

For Queen and Country!
All rise for the national anthem. Recently declassified and released to the CRF under the Freedom of information act 2000, this symbol of democracy is personally responsible for the 2nd expansion of British empire out into the stars.

Not for the front lines (as that is the place of the lower classes), this strategically important bot holds the rear, directing troops with its inspiring presence and ability to spread knowledge of true time throughout the battlefield.

Should the Jerry's approach by air ol Big Ben here has a flak to send them scurrying. 6 SMGS's ensure the Hun thinks twice before defiling Blighty.

Entirely customization a de-gunned version is also available to be made for any eventuality.

Pip Pip.

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Practical Rating
6.0
Creative Rating
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Creative rating by piippiz9.0
Function rating by piippiz6.0
Creative rating by W4RM3CH4N1C10.0
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W4RM3CH4N1C
1 year ago
Lol the only one who could capture a sheep wielder in the wild would be a meme monster! Great work as always buddy apologies I've been a bit late to the party but seriously man, never change its always cool to see your endeavours!

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Sheep_wielder
1 year ago
haha what rumors? from whom? :P
I havn't posted much on here recently. Will make more of an effort for you hehe.

piippiz
1 year ago
Rumor come out:

Sheep_wielder has been kidnapped. He was last seen where Big Benis

Ratings 9.0 creative and 6.0 practical0

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