Practical Robot

Blue Menace

SMG Tank added 3 years ago

This is my first t8 bot, it was designed to be visually appealing while still being functional.

It is designed for 5 t9 SMG's however only 3 are on there right now as i cant afford the other two.

The use of tracks was to try them out and I decided to keep with them because of their durability.

I hope you enjoy this build :D


P.S. I am new here, and am open to suggestions.

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Robot Statistics
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Comments
4
Ratings
16
Practical Rating
8.3
Creative Rating
8.2
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Reachfordastarz8.5
Function rating by JSU8.5
Function rating by Crafter8.5
Function rating by Eltanin8.5
Creative rating by Reachfordastarz8.5
Creative rating by JSU8.5
Creative rating by Crafter8.5
Creative rating by Eltanin8.5
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku4.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku6.5
Creative rating by Manjuel8.5
Function rating by Manjuel8.5
Creative rating by Juvar237.5
Function rating by Juvar237.0
Function rating by Brisco7.0
Creative rating by Brisco6.0
Comments and Ratings
M JSU
3 years ago
Welcome to RC:Garage. I think with some track protection, this build could work (and look like a ton of other builds, but whatever).

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
Herperlerpicus
3 years ago
Yea there are a few similar, I've run into two or three so far. Track protection is coming for sure, just need cpu.
M JSU
3 years ago
Can't wait for an update.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
Herperlerpicus
3 years ago
sorry this took aggggggggges, but im making a new t10 one right now will be ready soon i hope :D

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