Creative Robot

[FF0000][b]*AMBULANCE*

Medic Cruiser added 1 week ago
by Zonefrost
Brown Apprentice

goes 350mph, can climb literally any wall and stick to it, has special framework I came up with myself that allows it to roll damage pretty well as long as you block shots with the outside shell. handling requires that you hold shift at all times and let off of W while steering at high speed or else it will flip up into the air (although you can make it do so on purpose to avoid teslas and mortars). at least it turns sharp so you can flip a 180 pretty easily. holding spacebar helps to get on caps without getting flipped due to low ride height. can jump from high places without tipping. note that the handling is superb on flat ground and going uphill, might want to be careful going downhill though.

I added the racing bodykit just so that the insane speed would make a little sense, and it already has insane handling due to the hover in the middle. I first built this about 4 years ago but it is up-to-date, it's my personal favorite and main bot.

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65
Comments
3
Ratings
5
Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
10.0
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Creative rating by Zalera10.0
Function rating by Zalera8.0
Creative rating by lenharumekiakatsu10.0
Function rating by bobeksmrodek7.5
Creative rating by bobeksmrodek10.0
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bobeksmrodek
6 days ago
Oof i met that one today in battle. Not sure if it was you, i was using mortar car.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
lenharumekiakatsu
1 week ago
cool

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Zalera
1 week ago
Nice one, I almost laughed ^^

Ratings 10.0 creative and 8.0 practical1

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