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A-R-T Ulfhedinn

General Robot added 7 months ago

My main robot for all modes in the game. It is very tanky, agile, low-cpu, can jump very high and leap long distances.

It does not have any modules within nor hoverblades, but for my own personal playstyle i don't really need them on this robot. All resultscreen screenshots are average games in this robot without having altered the robot in any way, shape or form.

On CRF the robot is called A-R-T, I did not know how to name the robot at the time that i created it.

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Comments
8
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
9.4
Creative Rating
9.4
Last Updated
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Function rating by Blaxaroz10.0
Creative rating by Blaxaroz9.0
Function rating by Momal949.0
Creative rating by Momal949.5
Function rating by Zalera9.5
Creative rating by Zalera10.0
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Zalera
7 months ago
I like the way how you used struts here, and how you plugged these radars ^^

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
7 months ago
Wish i could tuck the radars away somewhere else, but that's the best location i could find to place them.
Zalera
7 months ago
No really, it fits well here, tho it's kinda fragile, but it doesn't ruin the design, it's the opposite to me ^^'

Ratings 9.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
7 months ago
Ty ^^, i've gotten so used to playing this bot, i survive well despite having no blink or hovers :D
Momal94
7 months ago
Better than most of the bots I saw with this kind of design !

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Artjomski
7 months ago
I do really well in it despite it not being completely made to suit the Meta :-)
Blaxaroz
7 months ago
seems to be very efficient in combat and with a great design on top of that good job

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Artjomski
7 months ago
It is, not sure about others but i perform really well in it ^^

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