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SMG Drone added 3 years ago

This is my personal favourite build that I have ever made, because it has 2 tier 6 wheels at the back and 2 tier tracks covered up by the cubes.
the cubes I have been trying to put on my vehicle are tier 5 armoured cubes but I still haven't finished, so it has both tier 3 and tier 5 armoured cubes.

This build can be upgradable, changed to walker legs, medic, plasma or even a mega. It is great with turning because of the tier 6 wheels at the back.

This build is able to either be a long range or close range vehicle. While is it great in its steering, this build of tier 6 doesn't move very fast, so you can upgrade it by putting thrusters onto it. And that is about it for this build, I will be hopefully soon making the hover medic shielded.

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Practical Rating
6.3
Creative Rating
5.7
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by swiftduststorm8.0
Creative rating by swiftduststorm6.0
Function rating by Vtrobot7.0
Function rating by JSU4.5
Creative rating by JSU5.5
Function rating by Gottchar4.0
Function rating by Eltanin8.0
Creative rating by moooooon5.5
Function rating by moooooon6.0
Creative rating by Manjuel7.0
Function rating by Manjuel7.5
Creative rating by Juvar235.5
Function rating by Juvar236.0
Function rating by RoboDFX6.5
Creative rating by RoboDFX6.0
Comments and Ratings
InsaneZac
3 years ago
its ok, ill try to re-build and or modify it so the pilot seat is well protected and may try to make it go faster. Thanks for the help!
Vtrobot
3 years ago
I like the ideas originating from this, but your pilot is way too unprotected. If youre making a land tank (especially one thats pretty slow), you really need overhead protection. And as for the cubes under the seat, only connected to one place, that place is exposed, and the cubes are only one layer thick. I can imagine very easily this thing being one shot. Id advise a new version taking in hand what me and Swift said, if you want to improve your build.
(Sorry for the harsh truth)

Ratings 7.0 practical0
swiftduststorm
3 years ago
Ok Isaac This is a good build but if you have more CPU use it, spare cubes? just throw them on the back or ep on the front, try to always use up your CPU if this is your main tank, the 2 front guns might block the back ones so I would spread out the front guns further apart from each other, also radars don't stack so remove one and add something else (radar jammers, receivers), it has redundancy in the guns but the front mounts seem to vulnerable to DMG but its a nice design for T6. protect the piolet seat to!!!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.0 creative0

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