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Chassis
Movement Block
Weapons
Special Block
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Type
Weapon
Purpose
Ramming melee weapon

The Tesla Blade is a weapon that deals damage on contact with an enemy robot.

Overview

Tesla blades output a large amount of damage upon contact with enemy robots. It is Robocraft's only melee weapon. Tesla blades are often combined with the Ghost Module to create stealthy attack craft.

Pros & Cons

Pros

Cons

  • The tesla blade has low health
  • The range is very limited

Strategies & Counters

Tesla blades are easily countered if you can see the enemy. If the enemy is using a Ghost Module listen and watch for hints that they may be nearby, such as a dulling of sounds or flicker in the air. Lasers can be particularly useful for specifically targeting the blades themselves. Railguns are going to struggle with the close range combat.

Statistics

Image Name Price Robit.png Health
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CPU Load
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Mass
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Damage Per Hit Energy Consumption Per Shot Single Gun Fire Rate Per Second Max Fire Rate Max Fire Rate Count
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Slicer 640 10,638 16 16.4 45,000 0 1.67 6.67 4
TeslaT9.png
Ripper 2,000 13,298 20 17.6 63,000 506 2.22 6.67 3
TeslaT10.png
Nova 6,000 15,957 24 18.9 88,200 837 3.33 6.67 2

Trivia

  • Tesla blades were added on 12th September 2014 in the "The Tanks Are Rollin' Out" update.
  • The name 'Tesla' comes from Nikola Tesla, a Serbian American Scientist best known for his work in Wireless Electricity Distribution and the development of the Alternating Current (AC) electricity supply system.