Creative Robot

Shield Point Holder v2

SMG Walker added 3 months ago

It can take alot of damage, is for The Holy War of Robocraft against, Hacker, Bug Abuser, Annoying Enemies and Meta Vehciles, it reduce damage by it's Shield which you use when you want to run away or in Combat.
It has 4 Blocks until you get to your DSM and then to your Main Robot, which is weak, but if you can handle the camera control right and youa re good in combat fighting/healing you should get up to 70k+ EXP per game.
Pro: Very Strong, much defense and it can shoot fast with effective damage, it nearly never lose energy.
Contra: If your enemy is behind you, you need fast reaction speed so he doesn't shoot ur legs and then kills you.

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Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
8.5
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Creative rating by Zalera8.5
Function rating by Zalera7.5
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FresherKaiser
3 months ago
Just y'all know, there is a v4 out there where I fixed it that your robot falls when the ground infront of you is much higher than these on ur Mech Legs, it's called Shield Point Holder v3


Zalera
3 months ago
Funny enough, not sure about how well it works, any explosive weapon would shred it into 2 quite fast ^^'

Ratings 8.5 creative and 7.5 practical0
FresherKaiser
3 months ago
It works well, still need to improve the legs so it can walk better, but that would be done in 3 mins.

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