Creative Robot

Bal'zac (INACTIVE)

Rail Tank added 3 years ago

335 cubes all together. Tx-1 and t10 armor, 4 t10 rail's, 2 Tx-1 electro's, 4 t10 electro's, 10 t10.1 electro's, 2 t10 tracks, 2 t9 jammers, 1 t9 radar. Anti air/Defensive sniper.

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Robot Statistics
Views
506
Comments
4
Ratings
8
Practical Rating
5.8
Creative Rating
7.3
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Heldens6.0
Creative rating by Heldens7.5
Function rating by Gh05tt4.0
Creative rating by Gh05tt6.0
Creative rating by Goldwizard688.5
Function rating by Goldwizard685.0
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna6.5
Comments and Ratings
Goldwizard68
3 years ago
SHOOT ME YA DAMN SMGS!

Ratings 8.5 creative and 5.0 practical0
Coornio
3 years ago
Gonna have to agree with Heldens here. The point of a railgunner is to keep a low profile. All i see here is a giant SHOOT ME sign.
Heldens
3 years ago
The idea is there... but it's just a massive target.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
kinglagalot
3 years ago
:3 i see what you did there (with the name) but it doesn't match the bot that much

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