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M7 Land Brawler

SMG Tank added 2 years ago

Showcase 14: M7 Land Brawler

M7 Land Brawler, enough defensive power to literately stand up to battle class 9 and 10 bots (tested in both boss battle and in battle arena mode). Capable of taking on an entire team of battle class 7s and 6s on its own (this has also been done). Yes the M7 Land brawler was in fact designed to be a seal clubber. :3

So in todays's showcase I bring you the M7 Land Brawler that features an unfair amount of T6/T7 blocks as well as over tiered guns (Mk8). Four block covered T7 Tracks carry's this monster through thick and thin. Can take an absurd amount of punishment, even from Teslas!! Most of the guns are tri-forced, and the seat well protected tracks are not connected to the top layer armor (spaced armor).

So far the best solution to stopping this tank is to have all the rails target its guns(heard the reds say that in chat XD) and force me to retreat.
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SPECS

- Eight SMGs: Six Mk8s & Two Mk7s
- Four Mk7 Tracks
- One Mk5 Radar
- Two Holo Flags
- T7 Blocks
- T6 Blocks
- Glass Blocks

- Cost 1.5 Million RP
- RR 1 Million (Battle Class 7)

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Robot Statistics
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799
Comments
8
Ratings
18
Practical Rating
9.9
Creative Rating
9.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Grigerbest10.0
Creative rating by Grigerbest10.0
Function rating by EvilGamer1939.5
Creative rating by EvilGamer1938.0
Creative rating by joefoe357910.0
Function rating by joefoe357910.0
Function rating by MRheatMISER8.5
Creative rating by MRheatMISER9.0
Creative rating by filipzkonopi38.0
Function rating by filipzkonopi39.5
Function rating by WagonWheels10.0
Creative rating by WagonWheels10.0
Function rating by Pussynatorxxx10.0
Creative rating by Pussynatorxxx9.0
Function rating by gunna200110.0
Creative rating by gunna20019.0
Function rating by Baratitas10.0
Creative rating by Baratitas10.0
Comments and Ratings
gunna2001
2 years ago
I'll pass on a 1v1.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
secksy tank dude. like the aesthetic of the raised t7 chassis overlaying the t6 chassis. As for functionality, this bot has 8 gun redundancy (i would personally add a couple more but thats just me), 4 tracks, good clearance, and a nicely proportioned and strong chassis. 10/10 :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
GodsLegend
2 years ago
Thanks man, much appreciated!
GodsLegend
2 years ago
[Updated the pics] Pit Results
MRheatMISER
2 years ago
Not bad function-wise, aesthetics are pretty good. - z

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
GodsLegend
2 years ago
I'd say so, it doesn't take much to make an OP tank.

Thanks for the the Ratings.
joefoe3579
2 years ago
Quite a fancy seal clubber you got there.

Ratings 10.0 creative and 10.0 practical0
GodsLegend
2 years ago
Yes I thought I'd give my enemies something nice to look at while they're respawning :3

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