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Dominator

Plasma Mech added 3 months ago

I built and maintained this bot from my early days of Robocraft.

As soon as I had enough struts I started developing the concept of the "double shell protected core". If you look at pics you'll see there's a double layer of struts protecting content of the core.

Also electroplate protection is double layer.

There are enough rods and supports to install 12 Devastators.

Although I made Dominator grow up to the limit of 2000 CPU, it's too big for my style of play, so I am sharing in case somebody wants to build and develop it into a megabot.

Certainly it can take a ton of hits before giving up.

You buy it at the Factory in its frame-only version.

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sandrotbg
3 months ago
Video is uploaded too folks!
andrefrcaetano
3 months ago
Solid and Spiky =D
Also looks like im the only one with less than 1mil robits xD

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative1
sandrotbg
3 months ago
No, me too. I currently play at the 600 to 1000 CPU level. I grew tired of running out of ammo, and power module is really a wash. Thanks for rating the bot!

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