Practical Robot

Black scythe

Plasma Walker added 3 years ago

This build is more practical being more tanky. This build has the ability

to do barrel rolls and flips. all inner components are protected well.

This build also has and automatic upright when doing barrel

roles. It can Orientate its body to land perfectly when jumping onto walls

. I placed the legs so that half of the legs won't be shot off in one

volley of plasma. It has gone down to 47% with out losing a single leg and it can walk pefectly even when it has 2 legs left.

its has a learning curve you need to figure out the requirements you have

to do a successful Ariel attack


Pros
decently tanky
Ariel maneuvers
super jumper :)
good damage with plasma and Tesla
very stable when jumping at low health legs
triforced a bit

cons
learning curve
regular speed 100MPH

side note:
took way to long to build and very hard to balance

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Robot Statistics
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Comments
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Ratings
6
Practical Rating
9.9
Creative Rating
9.4
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Kirssar9.5
Creative rating by Kirssar6.5
Function rating by Xaphiar10.0
Creative rating by Xaphiar10.0
Function rating by swaggypanda22510.0
Creative rating by swaggypanda22510.0
Comments and Ratings
swaggypanda225
3 years ago
love the flipping, was that intentional or accidental, and if intentional how does it benefit? Love it though
teslas arent useful but look beautiful on the bot

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Xaphiar
3 years ago
Quite functional and useful as it is.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Kirssar
3 years ago
Looks pretty tanky to me, and also agile. Since you asked for stuff you could improve on, you might ask yourself whether the Tesla blades on the back are truly useful or not. Other than that, I don't know.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 6.5 creative0

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