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Bell BoeingV-22 Osprey

Tesla Copter added 3 years ago

i love the osprey. i think its one of the coolest aircraft and i wanted one in robocraft. forgive me for not listing all the cubes i cant remember them all. i built this with the medic role in mind but i didnt realise it would end up as durable as it is. it can take a surprising amount of hits before being immobile and thanks to the wheels underneath it can move even if shot down. its an obvious creative build but its actually a useful medic. def shout out to SASEASASINI. i could not get my nose and cockpit right so took inspiration from him but the rest of the build is from scratch. there are an array of thruster inside to help with stability and maneuverability.originally was a t6 but with the better rotors for faster flight its a t7. thanks for viewing

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Practical Rating
7.7
Creative Rating
7.9
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku8.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku8.0
Function rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by JSU7.5
Creative rating by Venethica8.0
Function rating by Venethica7.5
Creative rating by karbengo6.0
Function rating by karbengo7.5
Creative rating by Manjuel9.5
Function rating by Manjuel9.0
Creative rating by Husky7778.0
Function rating by Husky7776.0
Function rating by GodsLegend9.0
Comments and Ratings
Eruner
3 years ago
Looks cool, like real one
M JSU
3 years ago
We forgive you on the use of the cube manager. Just remember you can use estimates to get a rough number for builds.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.5 creative0

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