Practical Robot

Blue Baller 1.2

SMG Walker added 1 week ago
by Azurin
Brown Apprentice

Blue Baller is a point taking/holding mech. Uses only Hornets for weapons, no modules. Well triforced so it takes a very long time to kill. Still does decent damage and easily pinpoints weapons off of enemies.

CPU: 1,589
Damage Boost: 40.77%

Base Health: 1,901k
Health Boost: 55.58%

Base Speed 147 mph
Speed Boost 19.42%

Mass: 14,299kg

Changelog:
1.2 - Rudders added to top for more jump length and maneuverability. Health blocks added.

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Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
7.0
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Function rating by Luke200558.0
Creative rating by Luke200557.5
Function rating by Dan98.0
Creative rating by Dan96.5
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Dan9
1 week ago
This robot is able to hold points if a medic is nearby. But alone, he will die quickly. Metacopters are a scourge of this craft, although not only this craft. All the walkers are in danger. We thank the balance in the game!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
Azurin
1 week ago
If the copter is using a shotgun, it can tear through it pretty quick. But otherwise it can go toe to toe for a long time. But yes, with a medic this guy is unstoppable.
Luke20055
1 week ago
Overly generic shape, however I get nostalgia looking at the hovers protected by the T3 electroplates :P

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I miss you, T2 Apache

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Azurin
1 week ago
Yeah the shape is pretty standard. I went hard for function, while still not looking like a cube. Since the buff to electroplates I find it worth it to have a couple at key points. With those plates there, the hovers last long after the legs are gone and the bot is still fight-worthy.

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