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Backload Blinker

Medic Cruiser added 1 year ago

This cruiser/hover hybrid's an experimental vehicle. It has, not enough weapons, so I slapped a blink module on it because why not. It has a core triforce, yeah yeah, the usual. The unique feature with this robot is that the back section has hovers, instead of wheels. This allows it to bank right and left easily, and you can tilt the bot forward for better gun clearance.

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396
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3
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3
Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
10.0
Last Updated
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Creative rating by DisturbedForce10.0
Function rating by pokemon22210.0
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pokemon222
1 year ago
Very nice im so sorry for not been rating your bots as usual!:)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
AWDRoboCraftian
1 year ago
It's okay, don't worry about rating my bots on a basis.
DisturbedForce
1 year ago
Cool looking car, looks like its growling.

Ratings 10.0 creative0

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