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  • Autopay - The current setting for how much money is dropped for bunnies who deliver usable items to the Feed Box
  • Bill - The fee the Robosaru has to pay for an automatically spawned Dropship, often at the start of a match.
  • Bleed - The act of placing barely useful items into a Feed Box with autopay set high in order to cause Robosaru to lose more money than he makes. Scrap and Missiles are the most valid candidates for this.
  • Bunny - A player who is not in control of Robosaru
  • Camper - A bunny who sits at Robosaru's door, subverting when the Robosaru has made a large purchase in order to avoid having to spend that money themselves
  • Corpse Bomb - The act of placing a corpse into the Feed Box, delivering a heavy penalty to whoever is in Robosaru at the time.
  • Corpse Factory - A laser wall set up with the intention of generating corpses to put into the Feed Box. It is usually hidden out of Robosaru's view.
  • Directive - Large icon placeable by Robosaru that indicates a particular instruction. ¢ directives can be picked up by bunnies. All directives fade after 17 seconds.
  • Drop Box - See FEED BOX
  • Drop Zone - (Also: Drop Site) The preset location on a map where the Dropship will always deliver its cargo, and where Robo's subversion penalty will drop.
  • Feed Box - The receptacle for items usable by Robosaru
  • Flame the Door - To aim as far down as possible and use the flamethrower along the red notch on the facing indicator, eliminating campers.
  • Kingmaking - (n. Kingmaker) Playing solely to manipulate who wins the game, with little or no regard to one's own score.
  • Leg - The supports protruding from Robosaru's base.
  • Mod - (Also: Moderator, Admin) The administrator of a server. Has the ability to kick players, set a player's score, spawn a dropship, or mark a player as a "troll".
  • Overlord - See ROBOSARU
  • Power Plant - The interactable structure responsible for generating Robosaru's passive income, and their subversion penalty.
  • Push to Talk - A microphone setting that, when enabled, causes the microphone to only transmit spoken voice when the Push to Talk key is held.
  • Rabbit - See BUNNY
  • Reign Bonus - The bonus money that Robosaru passively earns on top of their regular income. This amount increases slowly the longer a player has uninterrupted control.
  • Robosaru - (Also: Robo, Robot, Robosaur, Robosaurus) The enormous turret on the map, or the player controlling it
  • Scumbag - A bunny who takes money that was intended for another bunny
  • Sentry - The constructs in a ring around Robosaru that emit arcs of electricity when activated by subversion or using a battery charge
  • Snitch - A bunny who points out the wrongdoings of other bunnies in order to gain favor and money from Robosaru. Commonly associated with Pointer usage.
  • Spire - See SENTRY
  • Stacking - Constructing a stack of items for the purpose of blocking Robosaru's view or to raise another Bunny's elevation over an obstacle such as a Laser Fence.
  • Staircase - Items arranged in a manner that allows a Bunny to repeatedly access a location they would not normally be able to reach, i.e. a cliff or Robosaru's base
  • Subvert - The act of entering the door at the base of Robosaru, which displaces the previous player and gives control of Robosaru to the subverting player.
  • Subversion Penalty (Also: Subversion Bonus) The money dropped at the Drop Site if Robosaru is subverted while the Power Plant is On.
  • Tailgating (Also: Tail biting) Following behind another player in order to subvert them as soon as they subvert, often closely enough to avoid being shocked by sentries.
  • Troll - A player who finds enjoyment in ruining other player's fun. May also refer to a player marked with the "troll" tool, which makes them always visible to all other players.