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The dank "Railpowered-tesla-flying-walker"

Rail Flier added 2 years ago

I was pretty confused when choosing the weapon and movement...

Anyway, I don't use the teslas that much often. Because this is a pretty good rail :D

Also, because there are no legs in the front, the 'head' likes to drag on the ground. So I added some skis under it :)

I don't know what to add... This bot confuses me.
It's at the same time a project with great potential. But I don't master all the tactics yet. Besides, I've been playing plasma bomber for too long. And I lack practice with rails and such other sneaky builds.

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Practical Rating
9.4
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Degbi9.5
Creative rating by Degbi9.5
Function rating by lightstorm9.5
Creative rating by lightstorm10.0
Function rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Creative rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Function rating by gtstarwars9.5
Creative rating by gtstarwars9.5
Function rating by Manava9.0
Creative rating by Manava10.0
Function rating by spider30059.5
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spider3005
2 years ago
very nice

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manava
2 years ago
I liked it good job

Ratings 9.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
gtstarwars
2 years ago
at least you can defend urself and snipe the bit of the bot tht teslas always leave behind

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
EvilGamer193
2 years ago
very cool and interesting robot : )

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
lightstorm
2 years ago
Nice way of protecting wings.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Degbi
2 years ago
I build something like that =)

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
learno
2 years ago
Nice! But warning, I had much trouble balancing the weight and all. This is a pain to design and even more to build.
Highly recommend the use of inners, to lose some weight.

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