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I have a series of humanoid combat robot dubbed the Atlanta-Types created specially to fight someone (codenamed Heracles) with the powers of electrokinesis and Low-Mid regeneration on equal footing. The Atlanta-Types are equipped with several features to combat Heracles including an electrically resistant exoskeleton, an aerodynamic body, carbon nanotube muscles granting them incredible strength and four rotating missile-launchers housed in the torso serving as their primary armaments.
However, each missile launcher contains a limited number of micro-missiles and an Atlanta-Types can go through them very quickly. In order to compensate for this drawback, the Atlanta-Types have been outfitted with a pair of forearm-mounted superheated stabbing blades composed of a Coltan-Titanium alloy and capable of reaching temperatures of 1,000°C. These weapons are necessary for negating Heracles' healing factor, which can quickly heal lethal wounds and coupled with his enhanced durability, makes him somewhat difficult to kill.
When I was deciding upon what sort of blades the Atlanta-Types would have, I came across several photos of the NERV-made Anti-G Weapon. The Anti-G Weapon has a large pair of triangular arm blades that fold up against the elbow when unneeded.
Although, I'm greatly concerned that these blades will greatly affect the Atlanta-Type's acceleration rate by creating extra drag when running. What would be the practicality or impracticality of such a weapon?