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Tesla Hover added 1 year ago

Another bot that now dies horribly to plasma.
Hovers are probably the only bot I'm good at. It's not my favorite position, but I have made a ridiculous amount of these things in my robocraft careers. This is my most common bot type other than tanks.

This is a tesla-smg hover with ridiculous forward thrust and lots of gratuitous tri-forcing. The front part is isolated from the back. This was originally a SMG, but the teslas somehow fit so well and I had extra CPU and they ended up becoming the main weapon. This can stand up to MSMG fire very well. It's almost stupid. This bot was not built for lols.

I forgot to mention, I am too poor/lazy for masks. Maybe later.

I also forgot to mention, my GPU can't take best graphic settings without crashing constantly, so I just didn't bother.

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Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
9.0
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Creative rating by piippiz9.0
Function rating by piippiz7.5
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piippiz
1 year ago
Cool design, but exposed "un-triforced" modules are free critical hit spots.

Ratings 9.0 creative and 7.5 practical0
thanks for the rating :D. yeah the blink is horribly placed cuz i got lazy after this was broken. :P.

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