Practical Robot

T8: Behemoth

Rail Drone added 2 years ago

A somewhat tanky behemoth, largest that can fit in the bay without the megabay upgrade. Turns rather quickly despite it's size. Built with white cubes because i actually had enough of those to build the robot mono chromatically.It plays better as a medium-range sniper, so just replace the guns with rail cannons and you get the build I currently use.

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Practical Rating
5.6
Creative Rating
5.8
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by dnlbou8.5
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M JSU
2 years ago
Why is it white? ._.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
Geekmanrobots
2 years ago
I had failed to mention that I wished to demonstrate it monochromatically, so i had to use white cubes. My bad. description has been updated. thank you for your input.
RenegadeMaster
2 years ago
Hmm...so a T8 build with all white cubes is in the pics, but then used Cube Manager to rank it T9 with T8 cubes? In either case, the build uses many undertiered blocks.

Ratings 5.0 creative and 4.0 practical0

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