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HolyMetaRail

Rail Mech added 3 weeks ago

Firstly, a huge thanks to Badwolf42, for providing an excellent setup for me to make this bot, without his bot this wouldn't be here :)

To begin, this is a tri-legged railer with 6 rails, as well as a BLM. It is heavily rodforced to keep the chassis together, and due to its design it stays mobile till the very end.

It needs a lot of practice to use well, but once you do it is a very proficient anti-drone bot and can keep an entire enemy suppressed.

A few screens are provided to show the internal workings helping to keep the bot alive

So I have been lucky enough for this bot (older versions) to be reviewed by both Robocraft Gameplay and Tutorials, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dt7o5AOsq6E , and Awesome_Soul, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzDzi_Q0IDI&t=614s.

Check ^ these out if you want to see gameplay with it, although take it into account that they are not used to the bot :3.

Disclaimer : Yes I have posted this bot before, but it has gone through quite a lot of changes

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Gecko135
3 weeks ago
nice to see rails still in action ;D

Ratings 9.5 practical and 6.5 creative0
McNugg2710
3 weeks ago
*wink*

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