Creative Robot

Aperature (Mk.2)

SMG Hover added 9 months ago

Same spiel as the old one. Sports better thruster placement, better shield placement, and raised back guns.

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397
Comments
3
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
7.8
Last Updated
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Function rating by Luke200559.0
Creative rating by Luke200559.5
Function rating by LETH4LITY8.5
Creative rating by LETH4LITY6.0
Comments and Ratings
LETH4LITY
9 months ago
I'm not hover pro, but I like a lot this one. Design is simple but nice, it has a good redundance with 7 smg and it's well made.

The 2 things that you can (at my opinion) improve is :
- the speed by adding thruster
- the upside (add some triforce + rod just in the bottom of smg), it will make you way more tanky vs bomber

Ratings 8.5 practical and 6.0 creative0
AWDRoboCraftian
9 months ago
All of the smgs, hovers are triforced and are protected from direct damage from the top. I can send you a picture of the frame if you want.
Luke20055
9 months ago
Lovely shape, I especially like the use of the T5 Electroplates (ah, nostalgia!)
Awesome, especially well detailed and designed using the non-premium colours! :D

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0

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