Practical Robot

Grasshopper

Tesla Walker added 2 years ago

This is the tier 10 Medic+walker+sled hybrid. It can travel fast in the sled mode or climb hills/mountains with the legs to heal your team mates.
It is quite fragile, but can keep moving and healing witouth the legs thanks to the skis and thrusters.
The bot contains:
-3 Tier 10 Walker legs
-2 Tier 10.9 Electroplates, 2 Tier 10.6 Electroplates
-6 Tier 10 Nano Disruptors
-4 Tier 5 Steering skis
-2 Tier 5 Skis
-2 Tier 10 Thrusters
-6 Tier 4 Thrusters
-4 Tier 8 Thrusters
-Tier 9 Radar Jammer
-Lots of Tier 10 Blocks

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Robot Statistics
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536
Comments
4
Ratings
10
Practical Rating
8.2
Creative Rating
6.8
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Xy993719.0
Creative rating by Xy993718.0
Creative rating by Raggamuffin6.0
Function rating by Raggamuffin7.0
Creative rating by regular_man9.0
Function rating by regular_man9.5
Function rating by xZexyBullet7.0
Creative rating by xZexyBullet7.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna6.0
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VladimirEterna
1 year ago
Love your build man GG

Ratings 8.5 practical and 6.0 creative0
regular_man
2 years ago
Legs + skis, nice.

Ratings 9.0 creative and 9.5 practical0
Tritonewt
2 years ago
One of my favourite combos. :D
Raggamuffin
2 years ago
I was kind of fearful of this when I saw the bot and was confirmed in this fear when I saw the video. Apart from the fact that you can hardly move when you lose a leg, it 's a pretty good bot! nicely done c:

Ratings 6.0 creative and 7.0 practical0

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