Creative Robot

Grasshopper Carbon Prototype

Medic Walker added 2 years ago

Decided to make another Grasshopper, this time with more style. :)

The bot looks pretty neat in my opinion but it is still pretty fragile, that is why it will get an upgrade at some point.

This thing has skis beneath its body, allowing to travel really fast to wounded allies. It also has a LOT of thrust, so it can make giant leaps specially on high OC.

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Practical Rating
9.2
Creative Rating
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Function rating by lightstorm10.0
Creative rating by lightstorm10.0
Function rating by EnderShower10.0
Creative rating by EnderShower10.0
Function rating by MrAlmdudler25.0
Creative rating by MrAlmdudler27.5
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MrAlmdudler2
1 year ago
Looks nice, even through i would try to turn it around, in my opinion this would look slightly better.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
EnderShower
1 year ago
I'm their deployment is well under a bridge heomji handling looks good.
Are placed by all were nano Hill will be attacks or such a way.
Nice you look perfect score electroplate and ability to defend and hold on properly.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
lightstorm
2 years ago
I'm not so sure about walkers with three legs... They tend to flip :\
Very nice EP placements.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Tritonewt
2 years ago
It usually can flip on high OC pecause pretty much all the thrust is at the behind of the bot, causing it to lift its front and ending to a flip if jumping from great hights.

Thanks for rating. :)

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