Practical Robot

Flying Tesla Ball

Tesla Drone added 9 months ago
by Tristan
White Novice

This is my Tesla Ball. Admittedly this is not the only Tesla Ball out there but its still amazing. The secret to using this is to sneak above enemy's on ridges or behind them and simply shred them. i have the chassis for this bot on the Robocraft market. Its named "tesla ball chasis". So be sure to take a look at it.

Quick Tip: When purchasing this bots chassis be sure to strip other bots of there Panther thrusters to reduce inventory forge cost.

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Comments
3
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
5.5
Creative Rating
1.8
Last Updated
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Function rating by Dann_The_Cat4.0
Creative rating by Dann_The_Cat2.5
Function rating by christianYETI7.0
Creative rating by christianYETI1.0
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christianYETI
1 month ago

Ratings 7.0 practical and 1.0 creative0
Dann_The_Cat
9 months ago
meh. That balls are easy to kill.
if you have this cancer in your team this is 50% for him to do nothing and die
No creativity

Ratings 4.0 practical and 2.5 creative0
Tristan
9 months ago
My Robocraft name is "tristan.widler".

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