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Straith

Plasma Walker added 2 weeks ago

new concept to help with the sprint jump exploit. since the changes to hovers, bots that use hovers to not stop after landing a sprint jump have been a bit harder to make since the hovers pull you to the ground. this bot kind of changes that and can make sprint jumps go for longer and land without the stop. also has a rudder on the back to control the bot a bit easer while in the air. it has a disc sheild hover core and is core forced.

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Dan9
2 weeks ago
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Nice.Very nice

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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