Creative Robot

The Spirit

Medic Hover added 3 years ago

I dismantled the old medic hovercraft you can find here to build this one here.

This bot is more triforced, a little bit heavier and even more balanced than the last one (thats the main point why I've dismantled it).

The bot contains mostly prisms to reduce wheight.

Watch the video for some gameplay in Arena and TDM.

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Robot Statistics
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552
Comments
1
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
7.7
Creative Rating
8.3
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Creative rating by 28Exon9.0
Function rating by 28Exon10.0
Function rating by TehLlamaKing6.0
Creative rating by TehLlamaKing10.0
Function rating by JDMasterKenobi7.0
Creative rating by JDMasterKenobi6.0
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JDMasterKenobi
3 years ago
Good job!

Ratings 7.0 practical and 6.0 creative0

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