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Vaccine-R2D5

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Vaccine-R2D5

The Painkiller


Heya mates.

Today I present to you my trusty chain medic sprinter, Vaccine-R2D5. This bot plays the role of a combat medic, more focused on the combat aspect. It has decent HP + Boost just enough to survive a pretty intense battle. It is also equipped with 3 hovers in place of an Energy Module (which i had replaced with hoovs). The hovers arent specifically designed for the bot to move freely, but just enough for it to escape when the legs are destroyed.

This bot was designed out of curiosity and experiment which is to test the viability of sprinter legs and chain splitters. It did very well in battle, even in league (bronze-silver with 1st place), and this bot proved that even underrated guns (nano binders and chain guns) can do really great in battle. This ended up making chain guns and sprinter legs some of my favorite weaps and movement types(not sprinter perseus tho, weak af), because of how well they perform in battle.

It has gone through several changes. The changes include replacing 2 prop tomahawks with a prop thunderbolt, which requires plenty of outer armor changes to fit the propeller. Other changes include some minor pattern addition, thrusters, nanos, and replacement of energy module with hovers. This is the newest and more perfected ver. of the original Vaccine.

As mentioned, this bot is focused on the combat aspect more than support. It is great for close-to-mid range combat. When used the right way, it can tank some mean hits, easy 1v1 wins, and even counter some meta bots like tesla runners and levionthan(ok) hovers. Nano binders are used when it is out of energy, so it can still contribute to the team and fuel in sweet, sweet points.

And for weakness, I'm kinda lazy to elaborate but i'll just put 3 words for you to figure out: legs and mortars. Mortars too op fj pls nerf

Overall, a great combat robot that can do the heals to rake in battle points to get those sweet-not-sweet soon-to-be-dead protonium crates.

Also available in crf

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Practical Rating
8.7
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera8.5
Function rating by Avestron9.0
Creative rating by Avestron8.0
Function rating by christianYETI7.0
Creative rating by christianYETI9.0
Comments and Ratings
christianYETI
2 months ago
nice

Ratings 7.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Avestron
2 months ago
This bot is clearly tanky (well - other than the legs) and your choice to add hovers improves its survivability.

Good weapon/ nano redundancy and impressive enough speed for a ground-hugger.

A pleasant shape and pattern.

Nicely done. I have no immediate suggestions for improvement.


Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Zalera
2 months ago
Probably good in fight :/

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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