Creative Robot

Scutlix

Plasma Walker added 1 year ago
by Retnuh_777
Brown Apprentice

"Burn them in hell"

This robot is based off of the enemy in the game Terraria.

The Scutlix.

This robot is designed for mobility, hold space to enable hover mode to increase speed and dodge ground tesla units.
The Scutlix also has the ability to glide when jumping off of structures.
The Scutlix is designed in such a way that is is NEVER un-mobile.
It will stay fighting until the end.

Reccomeded for front line assaults, but make sure to never go off alone.

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309
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4
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4
Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
8.3
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Function rating by pokemon2228.0
Creative rating by pokemon2228.0
Creative rating by joefoe35798.5
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joefoe3579
1 year ago
Pretty nice. ^^

Ratings 8.5 creative and 8.0 practical1
pokemon222
1 year ago
It looks nice but can you please upload more screenshots and a reference pictures please

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative1
Retnuh_777
1 year ago
Hello, pokemon222
Thank you for the feedback!
I have added more images and hope that you'll be kind enough to revisit this.
pokemon222
1 year ago
Ok thanks and it looks like it would do well in battle

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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