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QT, an oldschool sealclubber. not one of those filthy drones.

Rail Mech added 7 months ago
by _THE_DESTINY_
Brown Apprentice

hi and nice ur looking at this bot. just so u know i made it ugly on perpose so people get a bit distracted and it actually works. QT is a high CPU tank with snipers and shotguns and works verry well against META bots. u can shoot big weps off with ur snipers and close range shotgun em to death. QT allso utilises some pretty heavy triforcing so it can go thru hard times without losing its crucial parts. it also has hovers on the inside as an escape plan + they work well together with the mech legs. stats are in the pictures. its 1895 CPU but due non updated website u can max fill in 1750.

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Creative Rating
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Function rating by Luke200559.0
Creative rating by Luke200558.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
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Zalera
7 months ago
No wonder these bots are good on the battlefield.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
_THE_DESTINY_
7 months ago
thnx :D
Luke20055
7 months ago
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That OUO on the front though....

:3

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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