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Skullpion

Rail Walker added 11 months ago

This bot was used in this years first brawl event (meta in there was railgun-bots) so i build this 1 here to be a little coward >:D*evil laugh*

-Bot has many connection to it´s "stingerskull" so it´s almost pointless to try to cut it off
-Has hidden hovers inside of it so it doesn´t matter if all legs are destroyed
-has 2 mini shotguns incase i get surprised by teslabots

Hexcode for it´s name colour: 659965

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Comments
5
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5
Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
7.5
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Function rating by aaa9800442158.5
Creative rating by aaa9800442157.0
Function rating by Dwest7.5
Creative rating by Dwest7.5
Creative rating by DiscipleX9.0
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DiscipleX
11 months ago
Cool.

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Dwest
11 months ago
Very bulky and odd design but those shotguns wont save u if u are faced forwards

Ratings 7.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
BoneBreakerGer
11 months ago
Meh i often hang on walls if i see a tesla/ion near me i often jump from the wall the hovers make me then turn while in mid-air so my bot can face it
aaa980044215
11 months ago
Cool :D

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
BoneBreakerGer
11 months ago
Oh man, you gotta tell me if there´s something wrong with the screenshots D:

(the pictures before were very unclean)

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