Practical Robot

Pinpoint Mk.2

Medic Drone added 3 years ago

Flyer walker copter railer...

-redundant mobility
-fast flight
-strong chassis
-tri-forcing around core

The spiritual successor to my pinpoint sniper i made a while back
-http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/dJKOUV27
Very tanky and mobile. has been literally split in half and kept going with only the back rotors. Constructive criticism is appreciated

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Robot Statistics
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822
Comments
6
Ratings
18
Practical Rating
9.6
Creative Rating
9.3
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by AkramGamer8.5
Creative rating by AkramGamer9.0
Function rating by Spacecam9.5
Creative rating by Spacecam8.5
Creative rating by Grigerbest10.0
Function rating by Grigerbest10.0
Creative rating by DancingCloud9.5
Function rating by DancingCloud9.0
Function rating by ZinogreTW10.0
Creative rating by ZinogreTW9.5
Function rating by StaticCharge10.0
Creative rating by StaticCharge9.0
Function rating by Goldwizard689.5
Creative rating by Goldwizard689.5
Creative rating by Xaphiar10.0
Function rating by Xaphiar10.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna5.5
Comments and Ratings
VladimirEterna
3 years ago
Love your build man GG

Ratings 8.5 practical and 5.5 creative0
ZinogreTW
3 years ago
sweet walker design.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
WagonWheels
3 years ago
Thanks dude :)
Spacecam
3 years ago
Quick, must find something to OCD about :P

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
WagonWheels
3 years ago
one of the rotors isn't t10 maybe? :)
Spacecam
3 years ago
Naa not that I sometimes use lower tier things because they use less CPU.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0

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