Practical Robot

Ball of Cancer

SMG Drone added 11 months ago

Movements

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Weapons

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Robot Ranking
0
pFlops
1750
Cubes Count
11
Total Mass
0
Robot Value

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RP Cost
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GC Cost
0
Sell Value
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Robot Statistics
Views
759
Comments
3
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
7.8
Last Updated
Never
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by eNRisk8.0
Creative rating by eNRisk5.5
Function rating by andoligan9.5
Creative rating by andoligan10.0
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Comments and Ratings
andoligan
10 months ago
Ive been looking for a design like this for over a week, i fucking love it is a beast would love to be able to play it.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
TheSeeManX
10 months ago
oh god
eNRisk
11 months ago
Creative wise, this is an overused design. Only when a totally new and fancy looking one comes out, ill give it higher than an 8. Battlerating wise, With the best designs the rudders are on the inside making them more protected and an additional layer of air between the components for extra toughness.

Its quite the ball of cancer indeed. Keep up the good work ;)

Ratings 8.0 practical and 5.5 creative0

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