Creative Robot

Two-Face

Plasma Bomber added 1 year ago

7 Plasma Launchers, 4 Aerofoils (Eagle and Falcon). 3 Rudders. 2 Tesla Blades.
Good maneuvering, good attack, fast speed due to a couple (heaps) of thrusters. I shouldn't include this, but it seems to ever so slightly avoid the fusion shield in Battle Arena. Overall, I think it's cool. Looks cool too.

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Comments
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Ratings
6
Practical Rating
6.3
Creative Rating
7.5
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Function rating by Duke6.5
Creative rating by Duke10.0
Function rating by Genre_of_Legend5.0
Creative rating by Genre_of_Legend4.0
Function rating by mrpythagoras7.5
Creative rating by mrpythagoras8.5
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TheRealpopo431
1 year ago
I got a better version. 15k.
mrpythagoras
1 year ago
Cool idea, even if it's been done before :) Nice work for an 11K bot :)

A couple thoughts:
With one vertical rudder and many forward thrusters off the center axis, it could have a tendency to become a spinner when it takes damage.
You could remove some of the thrusters if you replaced some of the cubes with slopes or prisms to lighten the craft...then use the extra cpu for some redundancy on vertical rudder.
Just ideas ;)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
Genre_of_Legend
1 year ago
I'll cut to the chase

Cons:
-Name is already taken
-Different Color halfs idea is already taken and would be unoriginal to use for your bot
-Plate placement[You don't need plates on-top of a bomber[Attacks come from below]
-Tesla Placement[Unless your plane can fly backwards at the same speed it flies forward it's useless[Takes up cpu]
-We need a picture of the plane's bottom

Pros:
+Plasma[Plenty of them]
+-Thrusters[Plenty of them[Too many of them[both Con and Pros]

I'm sorry but my ratings are strict.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
Duke
1 year ago
Nice, bot very creative with the colors, it sadly looks prone to rails though.

Ratings 6.5 practical and 10.0 creative0

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