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Infinite Hate Machine

Plasma Sled added 9 months ago

Edit: This bot is now sub 300MPH. :c Maintenance killed it.




The Infinite Hate Machine is a bot made to go to 300MPH @ OC1. [Based on UWD technology.]

It's made to utilize the new Camera Mode movement.

Due to it's speed it does not need blink. With the Camera Mode, looking up you can fly, looking down you can slide.

Equipped with Plasma as it's main weapon, Nano, and SMG.
Utilizing Power and Ghost module.


This version is on the CRF, alongside a version without weapons or modules [Poverty Hate Machine].

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Practical Rating
9.3
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by NewPlayerExperience8.5
Creative rating by NewPlayerExperience7.0
Function rating by InTeLL10.0
Creative rating by InTeLL10.0
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InTeLL
8 months ago
nice work!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Srcsqwrn
8 months ago
Thanks. It used to be amazing, now it's just an decent bot. :c
NewPlayerExperience
9 months ago
Looks sweet :D If I could afford either of them, I would definitely buy.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
Srcsqwrn
9 months ago
Thank you. It was fun while it lasted.
The Maintenance destroyed it, though. :c

It could possibly still be a good sled, but it's sub 300MPH now. D;

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