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Reaper

SMG Copter added 1 month ago

I decided to take a shot at a Halloween themed cosmetic bot for once, and used 23/24 cosmetic cpu points in the process. Since I've been playing mainly rotor bots recently, I thought a flying demon would be perfect. Each wing supports an Assault rotor blade, and the tail has 2 Invader rotors. There is one hover on top which is protected by the main body of the bot and is usually intact in those cases when all rotors are lost, giving some emergency mobility for escape. This is intended as more of an art bot, but it's still pretty tough.

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Practical Rating
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Creative Rating
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Creative rating by xisecga10.0
Function rating by xisecga8.0
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser9.0
Creative rating by D3adCl0wn10.0
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D3adCl0wn
1 month ago
Reminds me of my Mutalisk build.

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funk_masta
1 month ago
Well u should post it on RCG. Actually I remembered seeing your Twin Dragonaut not long ago, and liked how u used the upside-down Wolf head for the bottom jaw. That I think inspired the jaw for my bot :)
D3adCl0wn
1 month ago
Ye. come to think of it, I should finish all my cosmetic bots.

Ratings 10.0 creative0
ForbiddenUser
1 month ago
ey,dis pretty gud

Ratings 9.0 creative0
xisecga
1 month ago
Very noice, but bruh, a dragon need plasma, not laser xD

Ratings 10.0 creative and 8.0 practical0
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funk_masta
1 month ago
it's a demon, demons use lasers :P

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