Practical Robot

Storm Sworder

Tesla Cruiser added 3 years ago
by Deltafrost7
Brown Apprentice

some steering thrusters can be removed to have it less cpu

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Robot Statistics
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Comments
5
Ratings
12
Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
7.6
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by JSU7.0
Function rating by TheLastDalek9.0
Creative rating by TheLastDalek8.0
Creative rating by deltaknight119.5
Function rating by deltaknight119.5
Function rating by Manjuel10.0
Creative rating by Manjuel10.0
Creative rating by Evoles7.5
Function rating by Evoles8.5
Function rating by kian8.5
Creative rating by kian7.0
Comments and Ratings
kian
3 years ago
The wheels facing in does not help cause its only one block shielding it if it gets destroyed the whole wheel i gone, still a good build. 8,5/10

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
Deltafrost7
3 years ago
i also forgot to add the tier 8 shields so ill probably replace all the pictures
Deltafrost7
3 years ago
the tier 4 shields just make it look better xD
ill update it with some pics of the inside
deltaknight11
3 years ago
can we get some shots without the shields? i would love to build this

Ratings 9.5 creative and 9.5 practical0
TheLastDalek
3 years ago
Looks like a formidable build, especially from the front. How do the T4 e-plates perform in battle, though? I'm pretty sure that by tier 8, one SMG hit can pop them right off. That CPU may be better used elsewhere. Other than that, a very solid build.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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