Practical Robot

L-19 Joker

General Robot added 8 months ago

Well I'm back around here, as I'm planning to be more active in terms of building bots and my YT channel. Anyway about the bot, I haven't seen many if any easy to use classic hovers lately so I decided to make a classic one. The L-19 Joker is designed after many of the old school classic T10 hovers, favoring a similar minimalist shape and the primary choice of SMG. It has 3 vertical rudders for survivability, and a sub weapon of rails for tactical applications. The bot is in the CRF, and if you have time please take a look at my other bots on my YT channel. Thank you all! And I hope you like the hover.

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4
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Practical Rating
9.5
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by Manicminer69.5
Creative rating by Manicminer68.5
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Manicminer6
8 months ago
Quality content

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
spynathan
8 months ago
U kno da way
Givepix
8 months ago
dat music bro....
spynathan
8 months ago
Ross Bugden my home boi

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