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Murloc

General Robot added 1 month ago

Heya! This is Murloc. I think the name fits. It's a good back line support bot. Stay hidden, heal your allies, take out pesky fliers and get out of there if things get out of handy with the handy blink module. On the CRF, enjoy! :)

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135
Comments
2
Ratings
2
Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
10.0
Last Updated
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Function rating by GiantSnake8.0
Creative rating by GiantSnake10.0
Comments and Ratings
GiantSnake
1 month ago
It's a great looking bot, and pretty good in battle too. I'm not a fan of sprinters as they tend to be fragile, but the support role that this bot seems to be good at means it's not going to be at the front lines brawling so the fragility isn't an issue. It's also too pretty to be shot at, so that also helps :D
The only reason that the battle score isn't higher is because nanos are pretty underpowered right now and are relatively ineffective at healing allies while they are taking damage from anything aside from a chaingun.
The only real suggestions for improvements that I can make is perhaps some forward facing thrusters or a prop. It's not exceptionally fast for a sprinter, but the blink module makes up for that to some degree.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative1
Ruggy
22 hours ago
Why thank you very much. Yes, it's meant to be a back-line bot. I know nanos are pretty bad rn. Glad you enjoyed it, thanks for the comment :)

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