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CBB™Hornet

Rail Walker added 4 weeks ago

Not learning the mistakes and the consequences the Advanced Mech Division™ team, the Cyber Battle Bugs™ team thought that such machine had huge potential in making robots especially to their batlle bugs which are poor when it came to armor.The team kindly asked the AMD™ team if they could borrow or share the machine they used accidentally to Chase the Beagle.After the AMD™ failed product Spike Rusher,the team sold the machine with a low price in order to dispose the machine. After the CBB™ team transported the machine and they then tested it on a tiny cyber hornet equipped with a supercharged miniature sized Impaler at the back of the cyber bug...They flick the switch and activated the machine. The operation was a success!

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