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Crimson Spider

SMG Walker added 7 months ago

Here is something you don't see much anymore -- a bot using Walker Legs, Truly a Rare Sight to behold. Anyway, This is my newest Cosmetic Mini-Megabot (Cosmega/Artbot). Crimson Spider.
I like to think that it isn't done as there are still a lot of flat sections of the base that are yet to be covered up but its in a position that i'd be proud to upload to RCG,
First off: He's slow, Oh so very slow. His Turn speed is horrendously Slow aswell, He has trouble firing backwards (Infact can't at all) and only has room (CPU-Wise) for a few Max-Rank SMG's. Despite all these downsides he is surprisingly durable, That is when he actually gets to the fight, A bot using Mech Legs would move faster then him.

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DiscipleX
7 months ago
Cool Spider BUild

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