Creative Robot

Dominus - 550 CPU Wheelbot

Plasma Cruiser added 11 months ago

Dominus is a 550 CPU Wheelbot that uses 3 plasma ravagers that can turn 360 degrees.


Basic information:
Health: 940,775
Total Mass:6,938kg
Number of wheels:6
Type of wheels:Geoterrain
Thruster:Carbon 6 thrusther

This is my first procect here on Robocraft Garage! Hope you like my bot.
He's also on CRF under the name: "Dominus by Vexth51"

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Robot Statistics
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349
Comments
3
Ratings
2
Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
9.0
Last Updated
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Function rating by SavageGamer1118.0
Creative rating by SavageGamer1119.0
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SavageGamer111
11 months ago
i like the rods over the wheels il use that idea for sure but needs more firepower but still very nice

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Ronnoc
11 months ago
Nice front wheel design. Could use some work on the upper layers though, and the firepower is interesting to say the least. I can see a lot of potential with this. As for practicality, the guns are a bit too exposed. They'll be shot off immediately by a skilled player.

Anyway, welcome to the Garage!
Vexth51
11 months ago
Thanks for the tips! I'll try improve my robot the best I can!

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