Practical Robot

TX-1 Nuclear Storm

SMG Megabot added 3 years ago

Designed to be able to take heavy punishment and still be able to fire full blast at the enemy. But just make sure you dont show your rear to the enemy or else you might take damage from there. A wide range of plates cover the bot on most sides making it near impossible for shots to penetrate straight through to the bodywork. Also designed to scare your enemy in a seperate psychological firefight.

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Comments
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Ratings
16
Practical Rating
8.6
Creative Rating
7.6
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku8.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku5.0
Function rating by Dragondungeon10.0
Creative rating by Dragondungeon10.0
Function rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by JSU7.5
Function rating by Juvar238.5
Creative rating by Juvar236.5
Function rating by Manjuel8.5
Creative rating by Manjuel7.5
Creative rating by pmlg87457.5
Function rating by pmlg87458.5
Function rating by RoboPrince9.0
Creative rating by RoboPrince8.0
Creative rating by tyrunz8.0
Function rating by tyrunz9.0
Comments and Ratings
RoboPrince
3 years ago
Yes, yes. People often don't realize how important it is to win the psychological battle along with the physical battle. This monster wins both. However, you need to reduce the amount of plates in exchange for a few more guns.

Nice mega-bot.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
MysticSenshi
3 years ago
Looks great, but it needs more guns. Maybe replace some of the plates with 2 or 3 guns.

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