Practical Robot

Climber-R

Rail Walker added 2 years ago
by Wrong
Brown Apprentice

Super armoured robot to play at distances. You should have very good accuracy to play with it and good positioning; legs are weak and you only have 3!

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544
Comments
4
Ratings
16
Practical Rating
6.9
Creative Rating
6.6
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by JSU6.5
Creative rating by JSU6.0
Function rating by mestmaker7.0
Creative rating by mestmaker7.0
Function rating by NeObUrN6.0
Creative rating by NeObUrN3.5
Creative rating by Juvar236.0
Function rating by Juvar235.5
Creative rating by pmlg87456.0
Function rating by pmlg87456.5
Function rating by Rindron8.0
Creative rating by Rindron8.0
Creative rating by Manjuel7.5
Function rating by Manjuel8.0
Function rating by JManusJManus9.5
Creative rating by JManusJManus8.5
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JManusJManus
2 years ago
did you use the cube rotation trick? (just wondering... might help with aim) and if you put the pilot seat under the T7 EPs then it might be safer.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
Rindron
2 years ago
Making this build right now, just missing about 10 cubes and the rails. I think your cube count might be a bit off though, I bought all the cubes then started to build but ran out of cubes when I got to the front. I may have just messed up some part of it though.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
M JSU
2 years ago
You look very fragile. D:

Ratings 6.5 practical and 6.0 creative0
Wrong
2 years ago
It is weak against plasma because of the legs. If you look at the video, legs are the only thing that got damaged :)

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