Creative Robot

✫CrossFire✫

Interceptor added 2 months ago

Inspired by R0SEFALLs "Star Fire" a VTOL-ish design with some rotors for stability and rudders for turning. I wanted the name to be similar, while i was thinking of a name my friend sent me some music: "Cross fire pt. II" And i knew i needed it to be called that.

2 Rotors {Recon}

10 Thrusters {Carbon}

30 Thrusters {Panther}

6 Rudders {Albatross}

6 Smg {Vaporizer}

This thing flies like a normal plane with more Movement and overall just impractical, more of an artbot than anything.
{For the last image i got a protonium crate i'm not sure why it displayed as lower on the leaderboards}

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349
Comments
8
Ratings
7
Practical Rating
7.2
Creative Rating
9.7
Last Updated
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Function rating by pokemon2227.5
Creative rating by pokemon2228.5
Function rating by fawazbroly91659.0
Creative rating by fawazbroly91659.5
Function rating by excalibur695.0
Creative rating by excalibur6910.0
Creative rating by Trojanhorse10.0
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Trojanhorse
2 months ago
Good Looking! I like top view of the center.

Ratings 10.0 creative0
excalibur69
2 months ago
The rating for combat was given because you said it's more of an art bot. Anyway I liked the styling and I'm happy that you were inspired by rosefall. He is one of my favorite designers on Robocraft. So I encourage you to explore your designing techniques further. It looks like it's great to fly or even tried to copy your design but it didn't come out quite like yours. So yes you inspired me like Ruth fall inspired you. You have a fan in the Excalibur 69 hope to see you on the battlefield guns blazing. Let's see if my heritage ornithopter can stand up against your Crossfire.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
Thanks, you can take all inspiration :3
fawazbroly9165
2 months ago
nice origin story and it looks like a flying mega which is cool :D

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
You are now the mech ^w^
fawazbroly9165
2 months ago
ye :3

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
Would be.
pokemon222
2 months ago
Cool :D

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.5 creative0

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