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Robocraft: The Orville

Plasma Bomber added 1 week ago

Finally building a spaceship in Robocraft instead of just Galactic Junk League, and this time it's the Orville!

Orville is a megabot built using the light cubes, same as my Roboprise-D project. Orville can also fly using the inner mounted wings and rudders - it's pretty fast: 260 MPH + 53% boost.

It's armed with many laser blasters and 4 plasma devastators.

CPU: 8211
Health: 7237 K + 96%
Speed: 260 + 53%
Mass: 7837
CRF Name: ORVILLE

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Creative rating by bobeksmrodek10.0
Function rating by Otheisis8.0
Creative rating by Otheisis10.0
Creative rating by Dan910.0
Creative rating by Manicminer69.5
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser9.0
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ForbiddenUser
6 days ago
Noice

Ratings 9.0 creative1
Manicminer6
6 days ago
Vary nice

Ratings 9.5 creative1
Dan9
1 week ago

Ratings 10.0 creative1
Otheisis
1 week ago
Omg, It's so cool, i'm almost tempted to make a spaceship too

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative1
VERTi60
1 week ago
There's never enough space ships mate :D
bobeksmrodek
1 week ago

Ratings 10.0 creative1

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