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Tesla crusher prototype

Tesla Walker added 2 years ago

----<-<BREAKING NEWS>->----

Recent research in the worldwide renown L.L (Learn-lab) has now achieved its first successful tesla crusher.
"We knew we were working on something really new that has never been deeply worked on, it was quite a challenge"
Says the managing director, Mr Corn.
professor Pop adds that a considerable leap science has made today but efforts are still required.
"we are at the brink of a new age today, but we must not be blindfolded by our success, we will continue research until it is no longer needed"

On the other hand, the E.L (Ethera-lab) who are known to be the direct L.L's competitors point out the prototype's weaknesses and risks:
"We cannot go by the weaknesses to plasmas and rails, and the aiming is still less than practical. It may be a discovery but it's still far from a success"
Says E.L's leading scientist professor Crisp.
He is soon followed by a group of Anti-L.L students who all claim to have been victims of 'industrial espionage'.

In the meantime Mr. FuffyPluffy regrets that today's research is focused on "war machines" and "Weapons of mass destruction"

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Creative rating by basssquirrel7.5
Function rating by basssquirrel7.5
Function rating by AkramGamer9.0
Creative rating by AkramGamer8.0
Creative rating by nicesprite10.0
Function rating by nicesprite6.0
Function rating by CinemaStudios10.0
Creative rating by CinemaStudios10.0
Function rating by pquw8.5
Creative rating by pquw9.5
Function rating by _Salal6.5
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_Salal
1 year ago
Reminds me of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNCOFZR4tTM . Mad props for flavor text XD. Looks almost like it could masquerade as a medic until the Critical Moment arrives.

Ratings 6.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
pquw
1 year ago
That back Story.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
CinemaStudios
1 year ago
Please make a tutorial for this bot :D It combines two of my favorite things- teslas, and jumping!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
nicesprite
2 years ago
is it supposed to jump onto someone and crush them, it doesn't look all that survivable though

Ratings 10.0 creative and 6.0 practical0
basssquirrel
2 years ago
Inventive, although is it better than the tesla coplter?

Ratings 7.5 creative and 7.5 practical0
learno
2 years ago
When speaking of damage of course no, tesla copters have like 20 teslas on em. However, when speaking of stealth this thing beats then, first because the teslas are VERY WELL protected (this is usually the last thing I lose) and people just don't expect it. And tesla copters are HUGE and easily spotted ^^
Another good point is that legs 'trap' the enemy and push the teslas on him, once you grab a guy, he can't get away and if he's small enough he will die (if he's big he can survive but with like 30% left)
basssquirrel
2 years ago
I'd love to see a video of this if possible :D. Sounds cool!

Ratings 7.5 creative and 7.5 practical0

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