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Halo Fighter 1.0

Interceptor added 5 months ago
by toxa1984
White Novice

My first bot project.
I tried get both practical and creative result

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Creative rating by Avestron7.5
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Avestron
5 months ago
It looks nice. :c)

I am also impressed that this appears to not only fly but seems balanced in doing so.

That is the good news. Its also to be noted that it is very unusual to see a bot made primarily of struts.

However struts have their weakness - a lack of connection points.

Because of this I would be surprised to see your plane keep flying after any single substantial hit - or maybe a half-dozen weaker hits. Large sections of your plane would simply break apart.

However it is visually appealing and its not a bad first try (it flies well - which is better than my first flyer did!)!

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