Practical Robot

Tesla Power100

Tesla Hover added 2 years ago
by LeoTheSPACE
Brown Apprentice

It is a very agile robot, destroy everything that comes along and has a very high speed. He is good in all game modes.
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Robot Statistics
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793
Comments
2
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
7.3
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by iDoomfull10.0
Creative rating by iDoomfull8.5
Function rating by Terrmany8.0
Creative rating by Terrmany6.0
Comments and Ratings
Terrmany
2 years ago
It isn't very tanky, although hugging you might be a bad idea. But one of the issues I have is with the gun placement, the 2 rear smgs are going to hit the 3 front smgs, making it harder to stop regen or weaken mechs who seem to be having leg troubles and need them removed.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.0 creative0
iDoomfull
2 years ago
Very practical in battle! I tried it before =]

Ratings 10.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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