Practical Robot

Nautilus

SMG Hover added 3 months ago

This bot features both 8 epic, and 8 common (wasp) lasers. The armor on this bot is designed to work with camera controls; obscuring the guns from enemy fire at certain angles when the bot is pointed away from the enemy. Laser wasps were added to this build to help cope with the lower damage output by improving energy efficiency. This helps during long engagements.

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4
Practical Rating
9.5
Creative Rating
7.5
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Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera8.0
Function rating by bahadirr19910.0
Creative rating by bahadirr1997.0
Comments and Ratings
bahadirr199
2 months ago
I bought it in game. It's like immortal in battles. Really hard to kill. But shape is little simple and I added it some cosmetics.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Zalera
2 months ago
Original color patterns here n there, but the global shape might be a bit blocky ^^

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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