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Medic Hover added 2 years ago

This robot is a Battle class 10 Medic Hovercraft. This was a original design inspired by many different wedge based designs, such as those made by UncertainAmbivelence and Amp2821. I built it originally as an SMG before Electroplates scaled in shield value with overclock. When that updated was implemented, this craft became obsolete as an SMG, but I decided to re-purpose it as a medic.

This design includes 11 Nano Disruptors. # of them are top mounted, 3 on the bottom, two on either sides, and one front mounted. IT has so many guns for gun redundancy. The SMG variant was built using the same amount of guns so that it could hold its own weight on 1v1 fights, and I did the same using the medic variant. 6 Mk.10 engines are used for forward propulsion, giving excellent speed. 2 Mk.8 engines are used for turning agility, and the other 2 are used for stopping power and reverse speed. There are 4 Mk.10.1 electroplates protecting the outer guns that are bottom and top mounted. For radar it has one on the rear and 2 jammers on the bottom of the craft in-between the bottom mounted guns. Finally, it all flies on 8 hoverblades.

This design, whether it is an SMG or a medic, excels at support and hit & run. while it can tank, its speed is what gives this tactic such viability. Tanking can be done, but one must be mindful of the hoverblades since they are fragile once the protecting armor is chipped off. However, to protect the armor, a lot of aero rod and triforcing has been implemented, so the weight is very low, hence the excelling speed. So therefore, the craft does very well that requires quick thinking and harassing, because of the speed and gun redundancy, but that does not mean it cannot be in the front lines; with a pocket medic, it can hold a defensive line very well.

There is a video above at the end of the gallery that I have done of the Robocraft if you are interested in learning more about this design.

Thank you all for taking a look at this design! I appreciate your comments and suggestions below! Also let me know if you would like to see a build tutorial on this bot!

*Please bear in mind that the chassis cube counts are estimates*

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Function rating by Snorlax10.0
Creative rating by Snorlax10.0
Function rating by swaggypanda2258.0
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Function rating by lightstorm9.5
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Function rating by AugustusV9.5
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AugustusV
2 years ago
Don't think the EP's are not necessary in that position. Looks pretty good though :)

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
TiberianGaming
2 years ago
The EP's are there for style more-so than anything else. but they do tend to work if they are hit albiet it is rare that they are hit.
lightstorm
2 years ago
Some of those guns seem to block each other ever so slightly...

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
TiberianGaming
2 years ago
The guns do not block each other when firing straight forward; Yes they do tend to at other firing angles.
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
those EP seem unnecessary

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Snorlax
2 years ago
Looks very good cant really say anything bad about it :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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