Creative Robot

Chain Smoker

General Robot added 2 weeks ago

Part of a series of tanky hover choppers. Built back when splitters were new. Now even better since latest updates. The splitters seem to run on forever. One of my current competitive bots i use regularly. Uses an escape core internally and can bail out with BLM at the last second. Like all my bots its on the CRF. Play smart and it will haul in the crates,SXP and the MMR.

IGN: Turdblossom69

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Comments
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Ratings
4
Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
8.5
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Function rating by andrefrcaetano9.0
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano10.0
Function rating by MohabTheBoss8.0
Creative rating by MohabTheBoss7.0
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MohabTheBoss
2 weeks ago
A decent bot, splitters are meta right now.

Rotor agility was massively buffed, so the vertical props and thrusters are unneeded. Remove them and replace them with cubes for more health boost and damage boost. I suggest adding another rotor or two, since this bot would be very easy to ground.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
OldManGamer
2 weeks ago
Thx mate. I find the props help it drop fast behind cover. But yes with the rotor buff some changes could be made.
andrefrcaetano
2 weeks ago
I really like your style of building, also nice colors there =)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
OldManGamer
2 weeks ago
Cheers mate. Currently out of Premium as of yesterday.

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