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Dovahgolz (Dragonstone)

Ion Hover added 3 months ago

Laser leviathan and Ion Distorter hybrid.
Has 54.93% damage boost to ensure you can shred any enemy one on one.
Bit squishy as it had 881K HP with a 18.30% boost.
Quick and agile with 185MPH and a 36.29% boost.

Great for either a hit and run style or capping bases.

Up on the CRF with a non carbon-6 version also.

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Function rating by kysexclamationmark6.0
Creative rating by kysexclamationmark4.0
Function rating by andrefrcaetano8.5
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano8.0
Function rating by Social_Elitist7.0
Creative rating by Social_Elitist8.0
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Social_Elitist
2 weeks ago
Very interesting use of rods for aesthetic reasons. This may somewhat(?) hinder its ability to tank, but still, thats one way to make a good looking meta bot :)

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
andrefrcaetano
3 months ago
Its hard to make Practical Bots look good, or even decent, so thats a + for this one ^^
The only thing i would try to improve is the Health Boost, it feels a little too low for the kind of bot this is.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
kysexclamationmark
3 months ago
The structure of the robot is weak and ugly, but the damage and speed are good.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 4.0 creative0

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