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Sky Samurai

Plasma Bomber added 1 month ago

This bot clocks 2K CPU and so it had better have something up its sleeve.

As a matter of fact it does.

- Two weapon modes: Forward-focused Epic Lasers and Plasmas
- A light yet sturdy frame with a total weight of around 2750kg
- A fast maneuverable bot with very good forward thrust
- Strut Armour and Strut Weapon Mounting Points.

This all makes it very good at capping points, harassing the enemy and getting out of trouble. Of course its sturdy but not the most tanky flying bot out there. Tanky enough.

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Function rating by christianYETI9.5
Creative rating by christianYETI9.0
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christianYETI
1 week ago
yea...... this one is better for dogfights

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
Avestron
1 week ago
Thank you for giving this bot a look ^_^

It does fare better than the 'Skywhale' in head-to-head confrontations - and dogfights.

Fun fact: since the wings are rodded together there is the funny tendency for the chassis to be the last thing remaining. That would normally be an issue - but since the chassis is pure light cubes, it handles it well.

That, and the bot has a habit of flying well at ridiculously low health. :cP

Thanks for the feedback. ^_^

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