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Mortar Destroyer

General Robot added 6 months ago

One of my biggest projects I ever made, a heavy (more than 2 million health points) and fast sprinter (until 202 mph) with 4 weapons (yes, four in one).

It's an unbeatable robot with 5 Blasters for long range attacks, 2 Aeroflak Sentinels against flying robots, a Distorter shotgun to fight off nearby ennemies, and finally a Gyro Mortar for medium to long range explosive attacks!
With its big armory, I didn't put a legendary module but I added 4 hover blades inside, 2 shields and 1 propeller in back to make it faster and more agile!

If you want to see the results of the mortar attacks from the shortest to the longest possible ranges, please look at the 8th and 9th pictures above. And for its test and editing preview, see the other pictures.

Buy it and enjoy! I hope you will like it :D

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