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Praetor

SMG Drone added 1 year ago

A new drone I attempted, originally it was my Hornet design. But after a field test I realized the issues with my hornet, the shields cannot take any damage, originally they absorbed damage, now they are just like weirdly shaped blocks, so the damage goes straight into my delicate thruster insides. So I decided to use rods and blocks to create a working space armored drone. And I succeeded. It has fluid and fast movement. The heli blade is not necessary it merely helps stabilize it. Utilizes 4 layers, the inner layer holds the main bulk of the components with a ton of thrusters and the 2 rudders inside. The connection layer which introduces the movement parts to the 1st outer layer, it attaches all the parts together. The 1st outer layer which is merely blocks that carefully encase the inner without being fully connected as to spread the damage and break off without irritating the inner layer. Then there is the aerorod cage that just absorbs the main damage.

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9.5
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Function rating by Otheisis9.5
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Otheisis
1 year ago
Seems very tanky !

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Squigling
1 year ago
It is, but the major flaw is the yaw. Ive been experimanting with thrusters, so my next drone should be better.

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