Practical Robot

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Tesla Hover added 3 years ago

A great t10 support medic, can operate all guns either forward or backward.
Doubled layered t10 eps provide heavy protection at the front, when around 6/8 plates are busted i swing it around so they have to chew through the back 4 plates.
Very effective as a mega support and in challenge battles.
Average cpu per battle is around 3k.

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16
Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
6.3
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Creative rating by Goldwizard686.5
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Comments and Ratings
Goldwizard68
3 years ago
nice use of dose ep's

Ratings 6.5 creative and 9.0 practical0
Dire_Venom
3 years ago
Cheers man :D
If anyone wants me to create a bot for them just pm me.

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