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Post Info Drifting 16:04, 25 September 2007 (EDT)
Content Actually, a SentryBot is prone to shock damage, so I believe a "?" is the more suitable placeholder until we get a real number for it, rather than the "N/A" or "Not applicable" that ILHI put into place.
Post Info ILHI 16:17, 25 September 2007 (EDT)
Content Well it is unspecified, the "?" makes it sound we don't know, such as what we do with most characters AI, (or we guess wrongly) so therefore the N/A works. We don't know for sure and we won't unless he makes an appearance in a future game. Plus do you know for sure that on Arcade he is more prone to the electrotool? Or is it just Story.
Post Info Drifting 16:08, 26 September 2007 (EDT)
Content The robot characters are always susceptible to electricity, although it's more exaggerated in Story mode.

And we don't really know his shock proof at the present time, so your reasoning doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Since SentryBot is susceptible to shock damage, "not applicable" is ironically not an applicable label since that implies that he is immune, or that shock damage simply doesn't exist in TS2.

Post Info ILHI 16:19, 26 September 2007 (EDT)
Content Well then label it "Unknown" - but I'm sure FRd could've made fire and shock proof stats for all characters on TS2, just not shown in it, I'm sure some bots would die quicker from fire (probably) but we cannot say for sure, therefore there'd be loads of "?"s. The "?" usually symbolises "We don't know" so maybe just an "Unknown" in place would work better.
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