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Rover Mk1 [Medic Bot] (No longer in use)

Tesla Cruiser added 2 years ago

My first "Successful" medic bot. It can provide a good Heal rate and also take a considerable amount of damage too, it is a medic so it doesn't handle the best in offense. At OC 1 it tops at around 100MPH, at OC 13 it tops at around 150-160MPH. It may also get stuck on things because of its low profile to the ground/the front tesla.

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Practical Rating
9.5
Creative Rating
8.0
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by Spacecam9.5
Creative rating by Spacecam8.0
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DirtyBit2495
2 years ago
*Note* The picture with the white blocks is what this bot uses for the Piolt seat.
Spacecam
2 years ago
I'd suggest putting more pictures for this and future builds.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
DirtyBit2495
2 years ago
Will do, thanks for the suggestion

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