Creative Robot

PX-18 Mk.II

Plasma Bomber added 2 years ago

Here is the Mk.II of the PX-18! This bot hase more pros then the old design! it's made for team deathmatch or battle mode. Not for the pit! It can do a thing most planes don't can: It can fight rails! The tri-forcings makes it perfect to fight rails. the wings are not protected but when you lose one wing you can still fly but its harderto do so. Lose two wings and you will crash most likely. Watch out for SMG's, they can take out the wings more easy then rails can. it can manuever very good! Not too fast and not too slow. It also hase a ton of armor! You may crash easy but dying is harder. I hope you like it and have fun with it! :)

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607
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10
Practical Rating
9.2
Creative Rating
9.3
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by BOUDALERETOURE9.0
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BOUDALERETOURE
2 years ago
Attractive construction. I adore planes but I never manage to make it thus I think that I am going to copy that her(it) ^^

Ratings 9.0 creative and 8.0 practical0

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