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Cucumber bomber

General Robot added 4 months ago

Originally your average looking propeller plane, I experimented with the re-added light cubes, but found they took up too much CPU, especially for such a large plane.

So I went to work trying to reduce its size, until I came up with this odd looking plane.

It flies somewhat like a plane and functions as one just like before with no change other than the larger pool of energy it now has.

It's decent in combat as a bomber which is what I enjoy, as my other more plane-looking bombers can't handle the challenges today's matches and robots bring.

I also enjoy the odd appearance of this bomber, resembling a propeller without any wings or a body, as if it simply detached from a plane.

Built this during 7/15/2017

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Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by Silhohen10.0
Creative rating by Silhohen8.0
Function rating by CyborgSamurai8.0
Creative rating by CyborgSamurai8.0
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CyborgSamurai
4 months ago
Okay the easiest way to be cool is to be the guy with the big kielbasa! The highest tier plasma guns and a thick spicy one. Select that bot and place the plasma guns, in!

mmmh! look at that bot.

mmmmph! The best part of fighting is great bot at your side!

MMMMMPHHH!!!! Now go use that momma around the battlefield, cool guy!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Silhohen
4 months ago
Yish :3
I wuv these had one myself back in the day.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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