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Lupus Solanum

Tesla Drone added 4 months ago

This is my main Tesla Runner, the cosmetics serve as both a distraction and additional defense against rails, and will be purged when hit to allow for greater movement.

Check out my bots on the CRF, IGN: TheHuntedKiller

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Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by Gecko1357.0
Creative rating by Gecko1358.5
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Gecko135
4 months ago
I like the cosmetic flare at the back of the bot and the use of the cosmetics to shed damage away from your teslas

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
TenebraSolanum
4 months ago
Thanks for the positive feedback ^^.
The first few iterations of this runner didn't have cosmetics, I had tried using blocks as armour at first, but then I figured cosmetics were more efficient in terms of CPU cost and area.

I'm told it's too fast to handle seeing as the top speed is about 250-60, and I've tried simplifying it, but there's no way to do that without sacrificing the amount of maneuverability it has.

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