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Plasma Spazzma

Plasma Tank added 3 years ago

At first glance, this bot is nothing more than a tier 10 plasma bucket on tier 10 tracks, however the real advantage lies within. I utilize a vast triforce array for an eight-point core that keeps this bot cruising hit after hit, allowing continuation of carnage well into any tier 9 match.

I've created a YouTube playlist of tiers 1-10 builds for the new Taro update.
These builds are optimized to be competitive in the tiers in which they reside.
The cost, block count, and practice run with each bot can be seen in the video playlist. Enjoy!

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Practical Rating
8.2
Creative Rating
8.2
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by JSU8.0
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Function rating by Scarpia8.5
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Function rating by Jbob218.5
Function rating by Eltanin8.0
Creative rating by JSU8.0
Creative rating by Joshington8.0
Creative rating by Scarpia8.5
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Creative rating by Manjuel8.5
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Comments and Ratings
Scarpia
3 years ago
Can you add an estimation of the number of cubs you used?

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
M JSU
3 years ago
Ehh. For t9, it could be brought to a whole new level.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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