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AQS Mobile Extractor

Rail Tank added 4 months ago

An old relic from the earliest days of the war, before the automated, shielded Protonium collectors were created. These behemoths would be escorted to Protonium deposits for mining and processing on a planetary excursion. Armed originally with only rail cannons for long-range engagement some people have recently refitted many of these mobile facilities with nanotech in order to provide support in a group. The design may be ancient and inefficient for combat, however the design and size attract the attention of both veteran and new pilots while in the field.

This was really my first try at an "actual" artbot and I think it went rather well. There are a few connection problems with the tank track "legs" that make them vulnerable however the sheer size of the vehicle's hull makes it difficult to destroy outright without dedication. Unfortunately the large open area where the mining equipment was used is on the center of mass, so no internalized gyroscope this time around. Being equipped with railguns and nanos this tank is actually better not on the front lines in betrayal of its size.

Either way this was a fun build and really fun to play around with when I'm not being super competitive, and I needed something superheavy anyways!

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Function rating by Otheisis7.5
Creative rating by Otheisis9.5
Function rating by BRindustries7.0
Creative rating by BRindustries8.0
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BRindustries
4 months ago
I dig it. :3

:D.....get it?.......dig?.......(ok i'll leave now..... :c)

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Otheisis
4 months ago
I very like.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0

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