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T7 Vendgar

Tesla Walker added 3 years ago

This is my T7 Vendgar. I made this build a very long time ago, before walker leg update, and it was a hover. Then I changed it to a walker when they came out, then I got rid of it. It use to be T8 but now it is T7. I decided to build it again because it looks cool, but i'm getting rid of it again to build something else better. I don't know how good this is in battle now since I haven't used it in so many updates but after two battles, I got victories. This use to have spikes and stuff all over it but now I made it more simple and less ugly. (I think this looks like a roboshop robot to be honest.)

Notes:
-If you place legs wrong way, the craft will drag on the ground and go slow.
-Sometimes this craft can automatically flip sideways in you lose a right or left leg.
-If you don't have enough CPU for this, you can take off all the T4 electroplates (around 1,300+/- is given back.)

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