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Flippt
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Egg - Son of Eggman
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Remote-Controlled Dave
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Post by Remote-Controlled Dave »

Ha, "down to my usual standard", I like that. Still win my fair share of fights though dont I? lol.
And as long as Egg doesnt blow up like Monster Munch did a while back, I'll be happy with it.
Cant wait for Reading, been out of it too long!
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My new flipper didn't exactly shine at Reading but it was mostly due to me. It lost its first fight when I was trying push a spinning FIN out and dropped a wheel over the edge. The fourth fight I had flipped to self right and it jumped over the wall and out of the arena. But it did show some promise and with a couple of mods it should be ok for the AWS. I was going to call it flipant although I seem to remember this name being discussed before. I don't think it ever appeared but I could be wrong and I am sure someone will point it out if I am.

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Post by Remote-Controlled Dave »

I dont remember a Flipant personally Pete, I just think the name's boring as hell...lol.
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It may be boring Dave but at least I can fit it on my charts which is more than can be said for "Mrs Trellis of North Wales". Only joking Dave its just my attempt at being flippant. Woops just realised I spelt it wrong before in the previous post it should be 2p's or not 2p's that is the question.

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Good old Pete
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Post by leo-rcc »

So you wouldn't like it if Tim or I entered "DBA Evil not quite so evil as the previous DBA Evil but still right up there" ?
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Don't go giving Dave any idea's Leo.

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Post by Remote-Controlled Dave »

Least that's original. lol
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Post by Critters »

wow everyone's bots are looking great!
I saw the reading robots club vids. Very nice
I wish i could be there. I realy wish I could be there becuase of the middle weights I saw in the back ground

I've been thinking more on that idea Pete. Have you seen the bot called Biohazard? It was in BattleBots.
maybe you can use the same arm desine
Pics: If you are bit confused google Biohazard and look at it's flipper. You'll see what I mean.

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