Practical Robot

Rainbow sonic 2

General Robot added 7 months ago

This is a really fast ground bot that tanks better than the extreme version and it's also more stable.
However, it doesn't feel that insane.

Its average speed is 450MPH and can reach +500MPH

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Robot Statistics
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265
Comments
4
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
3.8
Creative Rating
2.8
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by kysexclamationmark6.0
Creative rating by kysexclamationmark3.0
Function rating by X_Bin2.5
Creative rating by X_Bin1.5
Function rating by Social_Elitist3.0
Creative rating by Social_Elitist3.0
Comments and Ratings
Social_Elitist
6 months ago
Haha, I remember a friend using a similar build and it was fun to watch. But it's even funnier if you see it do well on battles (if the enemy has a shit team) XD.

Ratings 3.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
X_Bin
6 months ago
although these things are fast they are less tanky, slower, less firepower, and less stable. So they are inpractical in my opinion. These speeders are also very weak even when using shotguns due to them sometimes running past their target. Generally overall i think these things are terrible because they are only capable at being fast and do not succeed at anything else. BTW im sorry for this hate about this type of robot but its just true.

Ratings 2.5 practical and 1.5 creative0
IFB95000
6 months ago
Yep. It's 100% True. This bot was build only for speed. It's useful for getting fast to the points but not that useful for staying into them. But it's still funny to use and stable.
kysexclamationmark
7 months ago
Abysmal.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 3.0 creative0

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