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SMYT

Tesla Mech added 2 weeks ago

It's an Old Time Robot of the 1750 cpu limit. At the time I did it with enteruito of entertaining other players in a series of videos called sell me your tesla.

I recently refiz it and even being old this one with good functionality mainly in the deadly match of teams.
The blink, I recommend that it be used mainly in fast leaks and the ghost should be used based on its content, since having a lot of cpu, the energy is not enough to stay invisible for a long time. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this robbery, and test it out in battle to get the most out of it!

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guiplayer3007
2 weeks ago
Huhum... Perfect Bot Harry! Good in TDM!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0

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