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Barricade Sprinter

Plasma Mech added 4 months ago
by nexus3d
Brown Apprentice

A two-legged Sprinter Bot with ten Plasma Bombarders. EMP Module inside. There is some Damage rerouting to make it last a bit longer, but not that much. The bot (with all weapons, movement parts, etc.) has 1,609K or 1.6M Health Points and 13.9K Weapon Energy, allowing continuous firing with the Plasma Bombarders installed.

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4
Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
7.0
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Function rating by andrefrcaetano9.0
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano8.0
Function rating by Silhohen8.0
Creative rating by Silhohen6.0
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Silhohen
4 months ago
Its good, needs some stripes :D

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.0 creative0
andrefrcaetano
4 months ago
Seems pretty much battleready, has both firepower and tankyness, gratz on this one =)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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