Creative Robot

NZ-999 Neo Zeong

Medic Hover added 5 months ago

I designed this bot for the DB14 artbot contest as I love the gundam universe. I'm also working on Dendrobium but I won't have enough CPU to finish it unless megabots in custom mode are a thing.

Check out my bots on the CRF, IGN: TheHuntedKiller

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Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
9.5
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Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by DexExMachina7.5
Creative rating by DexExMachina10.0
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DexExMachina
5 months ago
Still no mini sinanju :(
Robocraft is freedom!(until you hit the cpu cap)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Zalera
5 months ago
I think this has many different with the original shape, tho it is looking pretty original ^^

Ratings 9.0 creative0
TenebraSolanum
5 months ago
Yeah, there were a lot of spots I just couldn't afford to spend blocks on, so I opted for struts in most of the areas. The side effect is that it creates a pretty tanky bot.

I could make the legs longer to properly reflect the anime counterpart, but I feel this bot's proportions better fit the SD or BB scale due to the CPU limitations.

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