NoVIcE
NoVIcE
89 / 9
15th Dec 2018
16th Dec 2018
Kinda. As you might know, protons screw up electronics, so, why not blast this thing with some? Be careful though because it can't take too much at once. Also hydrogen can build up and clutter everything.
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Comments

  • Calm
    Calm
    21st Dec 2018
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  • Calm
    Calm
    21st Dec 2018
    Idea is good but it doesn't work
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    21st Dec 2018
    maybe i should have realy named it proton resistant
  • JoeSchmoe
    JoeSchmoe
    21st Dec 2018
    I defeated it with a GRVT+PROT snow bomb. GRVT with highly negative tmp blasts the PROT right through.
  • App
    App
    21st Dec 2018
    put some dray in the middle of the loop
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    21st Dec 2018
    you can set the hydrogen on fire with fire CLNE, but it gets laggier
  • Dnarbnellih2
    Dnarbnellih2
    21st Dec 2018
    The main weakness is that the gas that is formed (hydrogen) builds up, and allows the protons to move closer while blocking electrons, and if properly bombarded can be very easily beaten.
  • Mirceacrafter
    Mirceacrafter
    20th Dec 2018
    ctrl+shift protons ;)
  • Timothysparrow
    Timothysparrow
    20th Dec 2018
    You can aslo just use a box around it so that the hydrogen gas formed from protons and electrons coliding keeps electrons from getting through.
  • Timothysparrow
    Timothysparrow
    20th Dec 2018
    To beat the container, first surround it with refrigerant gas so that it is touching the box, second use some protons.