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Zoids - Command Wolf

Rail Mech added 2 months ago

This is the 4-legged biomechanical beast known as Command Wolf from the Zoids series.

It boasts 2 250mm cannons and a detachable escape pod should the need arise.

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368
Comments
5
Ratings
5
Practical Rating
9.5
Creative Rating
9.5
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Function rating by Mr_Bigglesworth9.5
Creative rating by Mr_Bigglesworth10.0
Creative rating by Blaxaroz10.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Spacecam9.0
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Zalera
2 months ago
Sprinter legs would fit the shape better, make it ligher with inner slopes inside ^^

Ratings 9.0 creative1
Spacecam
2 months ago
I agree with Zalera on this, sprinter legs do looks more like the reference image

Ratings 9.0 creative1
TenebraSolanum
2 months ago
Thanks for the feedback, the reason I used mech legs instead of sprinter legs was that I didn't have any in stock due to having next to no robits to build this with, all I had was cubes left over from grinding TDM.

Now that I've had a few sales from my other mega UNSC Mammoth, I can afford them, and I will also reupload a version of this in the AV colours on the CRF also (everything white will be blue).
Blaxaroz
2 months ago
Damn this looks really good

Ratings 10.0 creative1
Mr_Bigglesworth
2 months ago
Nice robot. Has no weapons but I give a good battle rating. Cuz it looks cool.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative1

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