Practical Robot

t2 stable flyer

Plasma Bomber added 2 years ago

add more thrusters or anything but it right now is max t2.
just use it for lols and get the jump on ususpecting t2 players.

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Practical Rating
6.4
Creative Rating
2.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by Pablopicasiette3.0
Function rating by Pablopicasiette7.0
Creative rating by filipzkonopi32.0
Function rating by filipzkonopi37.5
Function rating by mestmaker5.0
Creative rating by mestmaker5.0
Function rating by JSU4.0
Creative rating by JSU2.0
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku5.0
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku1.0
Creative rating by pmlg87452.5
Function rating by pmlg87456.0
Creative rating by Manjuel3.5
Function rating by Manjuel7.0
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FnD_fan
2 years ago
oopps when i added the pic the description dissapeared lol
Pablopicasiette
2 years ago
Moskito °^°

Probably not :p
Try adding a description to your build, and when you will have bigger one, also add some more pictures :)

Ratings 3.0 creative and 7.0 practical0
FnD_fan
2 years ago
and i know about this look at my t6 op stick of doom.
FnD_fan
2 years ago
the price there is compleetly wrong because i think it didn't add up the price of the t4 rudders

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