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DOT™ Laser Galactica

Medic Hover added 2 months ago

After receiving request for a "helpful bot". Defenders of Tomorrow or DOT™ company decided to start planning what can be a help to our allies pushing in the battle field... They needed something to "take" the damage for the allies and they need someone to heal them. And so a sudden spark came to them... How about making a tank that can distract enemys at the same time heal other robots! They then created a triforced hover tank with 4 healing guns and 8 laser wasps to protect itself when not healing. It also came with a power module to heal more when you run out of power to heal.

Total CPU: 2000
Total Health: 2,287,000

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9.0
Creative Rating
10.0
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Function rating by christianYETI9.0
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christianYETI
2 months ago
noice!!!!

Ratings 9.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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