Practical Robot

M-X Thunder {REMAKE}

Missile Tank added 1 month ago

So, I made the M-X Thunder, but it was WAY to long, and, not very tough, even with like 1,700 pFlops of mainly blocks. This remake (or Mk.II in the shop) is more compact, faster, has a better tilt to improve missile accuracy (sometimes the missile launcher would rotate to the side and hit terrain) and just generally looks much more polished and better-er :)
-1,483pFlops
-On the CRF, if you want it :)

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shaon
1 month ago
Looks pretty cool. Tilted bot design. Ideal to hide you missle launcher. A few smg for self defence and tower taking (in BA). If it's tanky it would be a good front-line unit otherwise you can play a nice support role.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
Luke20055
1 month ago
Thanks! Yeah, if it was just a bit tougher it'd be one of my first choices as a robot for BA, but when overclocked the robot actually does sweet drifts when you turn :P

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