Practical Robot

Raeging Snail

General Robot added 10 months ago

Not flipping or Skipping when going backwards

Two movement mode

1. is same as normal hover
2. is tilted mode,by pressing downward and sliding on ground, the mortar can get to -7 degree fire arc.

Use titled mode when engaging close combat, tilted mode is stable but a bit slower even on uneven terrain but can't run up a steep cliff

CPU:1997
Damage boost: 0,41%
Base health: 1,872k
Health boost: 66.18%
Base speed: 185MPH
Speed boost: 5.60%
Mass: 13,40kg

Primary 1x Mortar
Seconday 2x Aeroflak Sentinel

In CRF search author: Garo64

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Robot Statistics
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504
Comments
4
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
5.0
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by sonicjeye7.5
Creative rating by sonicjeye5.5
Function rating by RedlegDaddy7.5
Creative rating by RedlegDaddy4.5
Comments and Ratings
RedlegDaddy
10 months ago
Interesting take on the tilt mortar idea. The exposed hovers bother me a bit but overall looks like a solid design. Has a pretty good amount of HP and HP boost to, well done.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 4.5 creative0
Garo64
10 months ago
The exposed hovers are to dummy's to draw fire they don't have a real impact on the movement
forgot to mention that in the description the important once are inside
sonicjeye
10 months ago
I mean it looks practical buttttttttttttttttttttt kinda ugly sorry :/

Ratings 7.5 practical and 5.5 creative0
Garo64
10 months ago
Ty a last some feedback :)

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