Practical Robot

XFX-GTX-1

SMG Hover added 2 years ago

This robot is Essentially A Recreation of my XFX-GT Which is a Great Bot But This One Is more Buffed Up And Can Take Alot More Hits Then The Last But It is Slightly Slower But It Still Has Some Good Speed And It Unfortunately Does have A Power Module That Was Replaced With A Warp Drive But The Power Consumption That Bad Luckily. Find It On the CRF By Searching WrathCraft.

Pros:
Decent Speed
Heavy Weaponry
Tanky
Good Power Consumption
A Good Design (Opinion)
Multi Load Out Selection

Cons:
A Little Slower Then Wanted But Still Fast
Weapon Placements sometimes hit each other but then switch it With Plasmas

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Robot Statistics
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479
Comments
6
Ratings
3
Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
7.0
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Creative rating by Megas3606.0
Function rating by pokemon2228.5
Creative rating by pokemon2228.0
Comments and Ratings
pokemon222
2 years ago
Overall: It looks good and very original and seems it would do well.
Pros: Ok clearance,light tri-forcing,and fast.
Cons: It looks a bit weird from above or from the front,PSK use a lot of energy.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
CodexianAct
2 years ago
Yea I can Agree The PSK Use Alot Of Energy But it Actually Does Very Well With Energy Consumption
pokemon222
2 years ago
Yeah its fine :D

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
Megas360
2 years ago
It's so large.

Ratings 6.0 creative0
CodexianAct
2 years ago
And Thats A Bad Thing? XD It Actually Works Very Well n Battle
Megas360
2 years ago
He must be strong anyway.

Ratings 6.0 creative0

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