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AMD™ Chase the Beagle

General Robot added 3 months ago

The Advanced Mech Division were making a giant mech, but were to low on resources. They then made a deal with an anonymous dealer who could expand anything to any size they would desire. Afterwards, the company built a miniature scale robot and placed the mech inside the machine. The company then watches as the employees prepare the machine to activate. The workers then pressed the green button...But nothing happened. Workers rushed in the check the problem. Suddenly Chase, one of the company's pet at work, snuck in and started fidgeting with the "toy" robot. After the workers fixed the problem, they immediately activated the machine without second thoughts and lo and behold, Chase the titanic beagle. Chase morphed with the robot and turned his legs into robot legs and parts latched oh his back which may accommodate weaponry and movement parts.



I tried making a dog in robocraft...not sure if its that good doe...

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shaon
2 months ago

Ratings 9.5 creative0
1945
3 months ago
cute XD

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