Creative Robot

Solaris Devil

General Robot added 3 months ago

Remember the old days of Robocraft where megas were common in battles? Remember the megacars? Well I used to love them... until they were removed. This though, consider this the reboot. Now specs.

CPU: 6834
Base Speed: 202 mph
Speed Boost: 229.76%
0-60: Instantaneous
Top Speed: 666 mph

Yes, this thing packs a punch, and the name certainly does fit.

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Comments
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Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
10.0
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Function rating by geometrydashdpoopoop10.0
Creative rating by thi10610.0
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thi106
3 months ago
love the design, I also like to build cars

Ratings 10.0 creative0
geometrydashdpoopoop
3 months ago
hi you know me

Ratings 10.0 practical0

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