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Spike Pointholding bot

SMG Cruiser added 6 months ago

Descent Durability in battle takes at last 3 ppl to take down fast if noob's 4 of them its a point-holder what else to say

Specs:

CPU:1976
Cosmetic CPU: 8/10 spikes
Damage boost: 3,24%
Base health: 2,410k
Health boost: 84.48%
Base speed: 220MPH
Speed boost: 2.0%
Mass: 18,058kg

Weapon layout: 14x Top Laser Vaporizer

In CRF search author: Garo64

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Function rating by Social_Elitist6.0
Creative rating by Social_Elitist5.5
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Social_Elitist
3 months ago
Reminds me too much of point holder, but this time it's running vaporizer instead of the usual blaster (or god forbid wasp or hornet).

The fact there are spikes on it probably suggests that it should be called an 'ass holder' instead of 'pointholder'. So do you have a non-cosmetic version by any chance?

Thanks :)

Ratings 6.0 practical and 5.5 creative0

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