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NX-RAPTOR

Tesla Mech added 5 months ago

The NX-Raptor is a beefed B-Raptor.

Adding armor, adding a few boosters for jump.

Handles very well, but player must be able to switch from SMG to Blades when closing in range. However, the EMP can help pin targets down, so you can use the blades, or get out of dodge and give the NXR time to heal up!

This bot is for sell in Factor! B-Raptor Small is no longer in cycle.

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Aluna_jp
5 months ago
If it is a robot that considers Raptor, hands with Tesla should face downward and should be a little shorter. Also, it is better to express Raptor 's face with only blocks rather than cosmetic.

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Klynolder
5 months ago
Yeah I've been going over my design again. The only reason I have not put the Tesla's facing down is because I do happen to us my NX in combat. I tried them facing down but never could pull of attacks that way with best results. I did drop the mech legs, and went with the speed type, wow greater control was gained. I'll be posting an update once I've completed my changes and fixes.

Right now my Raptor, more like a Fury than Raptor type.

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