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B-Raptor Small

Tesla Walker added 2 months ago

Outfitted with and EMP, and Tesla Blades, the B-Raptor has been a fun farming bot in the AI-Bots. I've yet to try her in anything outside of that. If so I would maybe make a few changes to the over all design.

Movement isn't to bad, EMP mixed with Tesla Blades is very enjoyable. Her Secondary weapons would be SMG's of your choice but I went with the biggest that would work within her small frame.

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Gecko135
2 months ago
It may look a lot better with a tail made out of blocks than out of electroplates.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.5 creative0
Klynolder
2 months ago
You know I may change it to blocks, and find away to reduce the weight and beef up the speed.
Klynolder
2 months ago
I was thinking that myself, but the plate as saved me from getting my rump ate up to much. I do need to get the Practical rating up, because it is a walker, and the way the blades are placed seem not to have full effect. The only saving grace for this this is her EMP used in the mix of the Blades.
Gecko135
2 months ago
Fair enough, also being a mech would it hurt to put full cubes in at the back underneath the tail, that way it will survive longer while your speed will not be affected nor much to your energy.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.5 creative0
Klynolder
2 months ago
Good idea, I'll need to tri-froce it. I was gonna use the sprinter legs, they give great speed and jump, but suck at taking damage. Thank you so much for the feed back. >

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