Practical Robot

Dune Dasher Mk.1

Plasma Sled added 2 years ago

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Practical Rating
8.6
Creative Rating
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Function rating by swaggypanda2258.5
Creative rating by swaggypanda2258.0
Function rating by Comm9868.5
Creative rating by Comm9864.5
Function rating by amimox9.0
Creative rating by amimox8.0
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amimox
2 years ago
Wow, I must have this.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
CompanionCube
2 years ago
:D I can make a build tutorial if you want, or out it on CRF. Just a head's up though, it's very drifty when it comes to controls, since it runs on sleds.
Comm986
2 years ago
It's different to most tesla's but at the same time it's the same. :/

Ratings 8.5 practical and 4.5 creative0
CompanionCube
2 years ago
Yeah, I see what you mean. I made it as a variation to Tesla Sleds, but I put a lot of EP on it, since I just like them so much, lol.

The main difference is its sectioning off with EP. The core body is actually capable of movement independent from the rest of the chassis, so if all else is severed, it can function as an escape pod, or drag the rest of the still-intact chassis to still do something. A good example is in the YouTube video when I lose all my Tesla Blades and still run out of battle alive for heals. This is pretty much just triforcing to create a modified design.

***The main different though, is that this actually isn't even considered a Tesla, since it only uses 4 blades total! It's only supplementary, and mainly fights with Plasma Launchers. =) It's a drive-by hit-and-run tactics robot, hence the name "Dune Dasher."

Thanks for the feedback!
swaggypanda225
2 years ago

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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