Practical Robot

Piranha Hero

Ion Hover added 6 months ago

Akin to all the others, but it's like one that works out. More struts, better hovers and 2 modules: ghost and power module. So it's good at sneaking up and recharging the energy to kill. Very fast too!

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UPDATE: new RC update has reduced the cpu a lot. More energy now!

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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by HairyLarry7.0
Creative rating by HairyLarry1.0
Function rating by christianYETI10.0
Creative rating by christianYETI10.0
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christianYETI
5 months ago
i love the look! and it probably does well

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Romulous
5 months ago
thanks christian. I haven't used any other piranhas, but I love sneaking up on someone with the ghost then hitting the power module to kill them at the mining points. :)
christianYETI
5 months ago
flip! i'v played against you before! you killed me while i was taking a base and took it. that's how i learned that you can steel bases while there being taking by the enemy! man small world!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Romulous
5 months ago
LOL nice! Yeah I tend to play RC too much sometimes. So the chances of matching against or with me is probable. :)
HairyLarry
6 months ago
I'm sick of these bot




Ratings 7.0 practical and 1.0 creative0
Romulous
6 months ago
Yeah...they are old news, but as far as these go, this one does well. Thanks for the comment :)

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