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Graboid V3.0

Plasma Tank added 7 months ago

(This is the third time i write this...)

Here's the Graboid Version 3.0! Don't go searching for the previous ones, because they aren't here and you won't be seeing them any time soon. (or ever...)

Using triforced tracks (yes, "triforced", they surprisingly survive for a long time) and being so tall makes it not agile, but what do you expect from a worm. Also, as you can see it's completly hollow!
Look; it eve has the 3 cute tentacles! awww XD

It actually doesn't do that bad, it can kill and it can survive for a decent amount of time!

Now that the cicle is almost complete, i'll get back posting normal bots for a bit... (also because The dirt dragon i made today is glitched...)

Also, if you don't know what a Graboid is: Here!

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Creative rating by xisecga9.5
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Lostdragneel
7 months ago
Nice :D

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Odradek
7 months ago
Thanks!
xisecga
7 months ago
Yaaaaaassss https://monsterlegacy.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/graboidattackstecopa.jpg?w=604

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