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Dragonteamicle - Hanzo

Tesla Mech added 1 year ago

Greninjadragon user inspired me , so I've made a dragon , what hold water sword in his hand. You can found it in CRF , simple put my name Techhunter or import Dragonteamicle - Hanzo , to see dragon you need 1080 cpu , also you can check my other robot's. Thank you for visiting this site.

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10.0
Creative Rating
9.0
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Creative rating by ilies458.0
Function rating by Avampire10.0
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Avampire
11 months ago
I like dragon's , just add spikes to him if you have.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Techhunter
11 months ago
Well I farm still spikes :D
ilies45
12 months ago
the wings need to be more detailed, other than that, good job

Ratings 8.0 creative0
Techhunter
12 months ago
Well thank you for feedback , the wings are in rework process so they be stronger and updated soon.
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Techhunter
1 year ago
I've put credit to Greninjadragon , in description , and used some details as I said.
GrenijaDragon
1 year ago
You are too much to imitate.
Megas360
1 year ago
What does he hold ? :/
Techhunter
1 year ago
He hold water sword , Hanzo the blademaster .
Spyro0And0Cynder
1 year ago
hi tech
Techhunter
1 year ago
Hi :D

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