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MORTAKART

General Robot added 4 months ago

Destroy your opponents with this bombshell speedster! Tilted chassis allows for close range shotgunning. It's so effective you might even forget to use those forward mounted teslas.

Durable chassis is built with just the right amount of cubes, you won't be flopping around with 500 bricks but no weapons and only 1 wheel.

Wasp SMGS for finishing off slippery opponents and as backup secondary.

Eight wheels for redundancy and stability.

Side electro-plates are functional and stylish.

Pick up a MORTAKART in the CRF today!

WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SHIFT MORTAKARTâ„¢ INTO REVERSE GEAR, BOT WILL AUTOMATICALLY ENGAGE LOWRIDER HYDRAULICS

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Function rating by Luke200558.5
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Dan9
4 months ago
Wow....
Oh fucked meta mortars.

Ratings 9.0 practical0
Luke20055
4 months ago
Oh no.

REEEEEE

Ratings 8.5 practical0

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