Creative Robot

Melatades VII

SMG Hover added 4 weeks ago

semi-functional artbot
(yes, it's on the factory)

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Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
7.0
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Function rating by Avestron7.0
Creative rating by Avestron7.0
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Dixit
3 weeks ago
It's the blaster actually. Plasma bombarders can fit too btw.

3 hoverblades total, less is better for damage boost so I went with 3. Having only 2 would wobble indefinitely on one axis. Beyond 3 would cost too much tankiness.

They are placed near the center of mass so if one gets taken out the destabilization is minimal.
Squall ones are used for the same reason, they produce less force so if the force is offset, it's less torque, and the fact that they're just 2x1 cubes also costs less to structural integrity.

There's some triforcing where needed, but still vulnerable to rails, particularly megarails

Plasmas are usually less of a threat because it's a small nimble target, quite hard to hit.
Its high mobility and low profile make it flexible in the sense that you're always at least in a fair fight, but it's not versatile in the sense that it has only one weapon set, and does only one thing, shoot things down, but it does it quite well, and in style!

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Avestron
4 weeks ago
Nicely fitted electroplates.

Very light weight. 2 small hovers enough to lift this thing. Probably doesn't like plasma impacts.

Good laser redundancy (Hornets?).

It would have been nice if you zoomed in more before taking screenshots. You are also lacking a picture of the bottom of the bot. Looks nice though.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0

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