Creative Robot

Cyborg

SMG Mech added 3 months ago

This man has sacrificed a lot during a war, he had a part of his arm replaced by a blaster, his leg replaced by a bionic leg, he is even fortunate enough having survived almost half of his head being blown off.

Fortunately specialised doctors managed to save the man and fix him up. Despite having lost so much of his body and barely making it out alive, he is determined to continue fighting.

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Practical Rating
7.4
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Function rating by Ingmar11810.0
Creative rating by Ingmar11810.0
Function rating by funk_masta7.0
Creative rating by funk_masta10.0
Function rating by Gecko1357.0
Creative rating by Gecko1359.5
Function rating by Snowcastle7.5
Creative rating by Snowcastle10.0
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Snowcastle
3 months ago
Realy realy great!

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
3 months ago
Thanks mate!
Mirel78
3 months ago
Looks exactly like a bot Grieger put in the shop...
Artjomski
3 months ago
Not at all. I have been building these bots long before i even knew about him or his bots. Only because he has been known for all this time and i'm not, doesn't mean that he is the first person to come up with the idea of building robots with a human-like physique.
Gecko135
3 months ago
hehe, I like the visor he has over his human part of the face, nice touch.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Artjomski
3 months ago
it would be a shame having to reconstruct the rest of his face too if something bad were to happen. :-P. Some protection could do the trick. Thanks for the rating!
funk_masta
3 months ago
more machine than man now, how do we know which part is in control? (deep thoughts...wow) this concept and design are so great. I like the aero rods on his arms and his helmet. What's in those canisters on his back? 2 legs idea is pretty cool.

now we need 5v5 using this bot! that'd be an awesome video.

I'm a little unsure of it's role in a battle. It's got flak and nano, not many guns, so do you hang back, heal, and shoot down flyers? and tesla is for close range defense?

Ratings 7.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
3 months ago
Thanks for the comment :-), the 2 cannisters contain all the energy to supply all those weapons on his body, thought it would be a cool feature on the robot and fit into the series of robots i'm building.

This robot is mostly on the background to support the team with nanos, and keeping air and ground bots on distance (if lucky enough not having to face some tanky mechs or tanks.) I would say it serves mostly as a defensive robot.
Ingmar118
3 months ago
cool one

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
3 months ago
Thanks!

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