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Cosmetic cubes are cubes primarily used for aesthetics. All cosmetic cubes have no armour, no mass and cost 1 Cosmetic/Normal CPU. They can only be found in Salvage Crates.

Cosmetic Cubes have a dedicated CPU pool, which varies in size according to the status of your Robocraft account. Standard users have a Cosmetic CPU pool of 6 CPU, limited Premium users have a Cosmetic CPU of 12 CPU and Lifetime Premium users have a Cosmetic CPU pool of 24 CPU.

When the threshold of your Cosmetic CPU pool is exceeded, any Cosmetics added will contribute to your normal CPU pool instead. Depending on your account, a 2,000 CPU Bot with all 24 Cosmetic CPU used will be seen as either a 2,000 CPU Bot to other Lifetime users, or a 2,012 or 2,018 CPU Megabot to Standard and Limited Premium users.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Most cosmetic cubes are only used for aesthetics, but some have additional uses:

  • Vapor Trails and Holoflags have particles trailing behind them. This feature can allow you to see which direction you are moving while scoping, to measure drift, and to look great. Note that the trail will make your bot easy to track.
  • The Speedometer can be used to measure speed. Your current speed appears both on the block and on the HUD. It will continue to display on the HUD even when the block is destroyed.
  • The Altimeter can be used to measure altitude. Your current altitude appears both on the block and on the HUD. It will continue to display on the HUD even when the block is destroyed.
  • The Robot Name Banner displays the robot's name on the block.
  • The Headlamp generates a cone of light when toggled on.

List of Cubes[edit | edit source]

Altimeter.png

Altimeter

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 3,125 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 9,375 Robit.png

A small 3x1x1 cube that allows the user to see their current altitude. It is displayed on both the block and the HUD, and will continue to display on the HUD even if the cube is destroyed.


Cosmetic Spike.png

Cosmetic Spike

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 200 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 600 Robit.png

A slightly angled short spike introduced as part of the Honeydew Dwarfbot. It has no offensive use and cannot be used for stabbing other robots.


T1Light.png

Headlamp

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 750 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 2,250 Robit.png

Generates a cone of light when activated. Can be useful in very dark places and if placed behind a weapon it can enhance the projectile emission.


RobocraftHoloflag.png

Holoflag

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 200 - 750 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 600 - 18,750 Robit.png

A small three block tall hook-like cube that projects an image as a holographic trail. Similar to the Vapor Trail.


Mask.png

Masks

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 1,200 - 4,500 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 600 - 2,250 Robit.png

A collection of 6 pieces, that when connected, form a mask. A completed mask will glow orange, and upon pressing 'Q' in battle, will trigger a Taunt.


BronzeBadge.png

League Badge

Costs: 4,000 - 30,000 Robit.png
Sell Price: 200 - 6,250 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 600 - 18,750 Robit.png

5x5x1 holoscreens that are awarded for reaching each league rank. They display the desired league on the screen. You can purchase additional badges, provided you have reached the league rank.


NameBanner.png

Robot Name Banner

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 750 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 2,250 Robit.png

Displays a name on the banner, based of the respective robot's name in the garage bay. Will also display colored legacy names.


Speedometer.png

Speedometer

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 3,125 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 9,375 Robit.png

A small 3x1x1 cube that allows the user to see their current speed. It is displayed on both the block and the HUD, and will continue to display on the HUD even if the cube is destroyed.


T1Vapor trail.png

Vapor Trail

Costs: N/A (Unforgeable) Robit.png
Sell Price: 750 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 2,250 Robit.png

Displays a vapor trail behind itself, much like the holoflag. It comes in two variants, single and twin. The single variant emits one trail, that lasts for 3 seconds before dissipating. The twin variant emits two trails, that last for 5 seconds.


Pilot Seat Cray.png

Pilot Seat

Costs: N/A (Unobtainable after 24/08/2017) Robit.png
Sell Price: 200 - 6250 Robit.png
Premium Sell Price: 600 - 18750 Robit.png

Long long ago, the FreeJam team removed the Pilot seats

("You no longer need a Pilot Seat to drive your Robot, the Pilot Seat object has been removed altogether to prevent confusion"--Robocraft official website). Now they're back as cosmetics. However, they cannot be forged or found in crates. Given to players who played during Robocraft's early access phase (or those who redeemed promotional code...), each seat was awarded depending on when players created their account. There are four different seats, the Cray (2017), Mega (2016-2017), Gene (2015-2017) and Retro (2014-2017) pilot seats.

As each player is only capable of receiving one of each seat they can be considered more valuable than legendary items.

For more information, check out on official website.


Statistics[edit | edit source]

All cosmetic cubes have the same statistics.

Image Price Robit.png Health Health Cosmetic CPU Load CPU Mass (kg) Mass
CubeType Cosmetic.png N/A N/A 1 (max. 24) N/A