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†☠Septophil☠† (Nuclear Mutation)

SMG Hover added 4 weeks ago

†☠Septophil☠†, a former sprinter mech, experienced high levels of nuclear radiation while battling at Birmingham Power Station. His legs had to be removed, internal structure replaced with hovers to move, and he grew "acid wings"...


"Lore? Nobody cares about that... Right?..."


Components:
10 SMG (carbon6)
2 Rails (Erazer)
10 Hovers (Tornado)

Stats:
2000 CPU
24/24 Cosmetic CPU
2,283,000 Base Health
78.18% Health Boost
Base Speed: 185 MPH
Speed Boost: 7%


Created as a project of art, Septophil is quite an unusual structure but at this point i am running out of ideas, might make him a Megabot later too.

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7
Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
9.0
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Function rating by Vicious_chicken5.5
Creative rating by Vicious_chicken8.0
Function rating by jamesburberry11010.0
Creative rating by jamesburberry11010.0
Function rating by ForbiddenUser8.0
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser9.0
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano9.0
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andrefrcaetano
3 weeks ago
Sorry but i've got to say this.
You are a great builder, yes, but this bot has nothing to do with you running out of ideas.
Griger uploaded a design like this to the CRF, and you just took his idea and did the same thing (and this is not the first time you do it, and probably wont be the last...).
Im probably going to be hated for this comment but i feel like i had to say this.

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Manicminer6
3 weeks ago
You're exactly right, but THIS is my first legless hover design. This was made before Grigerbest's version (as you can see by my old avatar)
Another angle.
The old version was not well balanced and didn't look good enough to document at the time but GB "reminded" me to create a new version of this design with wings added, thanks for the criticism and i understand your confusion.
andrefrcaetano
3 weeks ago
Np, also if you did post that version here i didnt saw it, so sorry for that.

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Manicminer6
3 weeks ago
That's the thing, i didn't post the bot before so it's fine^^
ForbiddenUser
4 weeks ago
It's a mech,its a hover its ________

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Manicminer6
4 weeks ago
A new breed of humanoid creature design
jamesburberry110
4 weeks ago
Such Neon, Much green O.o

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
4 weeks ago
Much Dev, very glow
Vicious_chicken
4 weeks ago
The mechless mech

Ratings 5.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
Manicminer6
4 weeks ago
Shibe... Why did it have to be shibe...

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