Practical Robot

Aero-Shark

Interceptor added 3 years ago
by Valesima
Brown Apprentice

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Robot Statistics
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1 070
Comments
5
Ratings
16
Practical Rating
8.1
Creative Rating
7.6
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Rinthallion9.0
Creative rating by Rinthallion8.0
Creative rating by regular_man8.5
Function rating by regular_man8.0
Function rating by RiddSann6.5
Creative rating by RiddSann7.0
Creative rating by PoC_Pegasus7.0
Function rating by PoC_Pegasus7.0
Function rating by foxtrop8.0
Creative rating by foxtrop7.5
Creative rating by Rindron8.0
Function rating by Rindron9.0
Function rating by W4RM3CH4N1C8.5
Creative rating by W4RM3CH4N1C9.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Comments and Ratings
VladimirEterna
3 years ago
great build bro

Ratings 7.5 practical and 7.5 creative0
gunna2001
3 years ago
Yay! Shark in the sky! Sharknado confirmed!
W4RM3CH4N1C
3 years ago
Really really like this design, great looks. Personal opinion, not a fan of the rudders on the top and the rear tail section is (seems to be) 1 block thick which i think might make it quite fragile to snipers. Really nice design and definitely keep up the great work!

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
Valesima
3 years ago
Adding another SS for you to see.
Rindron
3 years ago
Quick question, your parts list says 3x T10.7 electroplates for each side, but I can only see where 2 sets would go. Where does the third set go (I know one set goes on the top of the front and the underside of the front, but where does the third set go?)

Ratings 8.0 creative and 9.0 practical0

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