Practical Robot

Existential Electromag

SMG Tank added 2 years ago

This is not only prisms although it may look like it.
This is a pit fighting cage monster.
12 guns
2 small tracks but very well hidden . (wagonWheels knows ;})

Uses the advantage of prism armour and gun bed redundancy along with a tx damage blocking core.

It won the very first pit fight it entered

FROSTED CARBON TIPS!

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Robot Statistics
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465
Comments
10
Ratings
16
Practical Rating
9.7
Creative Rating
8.7
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by Atuik9.5
Creative rating by Atuik8.0
Function rating by WagonWheels10.0
Creative rating by WagonWheels10.0
Function rating by Prince10.0
Creative rating by Prince10.0
Function rating by turtlelore210.0
Creative rating by turtlelore28.5
Function rating by swaggypanda2259.5
Creative rating by swaggypanda2258.5
Function rating by MerlinMcLean8.0
Creative rating by MerlinMcLean8.5
Function rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Creative rating by EvilGamer19310.0
Function rating by Datsik_28s7.0
Creative rating by Datsik_28s1.0
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Comments and Ratings
MerlinMcLean
2 years ago
Interesting looks with the prisms, but since you're using tank tracks you'd be better off with full cubes for the slight armour advantage, since prism weight reduction is useless due to tracks' carrying capacity. Also you might wanna consider protecting your guns better, plasma looks like it'd strip 4 or more guns without even trying.

Past that, tracks are well protected, good gun clearance (though poorly protected) so not bad!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
nice prism triforce with the high amount of guns for this gunbed.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
Prince
2 years ago
Hi There,
Very Good Looking Bot Nice Use Of Prism
Please Make A Full Block By Block Video :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
Nice use of prism dude ^^

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
One of us..One of us...

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Atuik
2 years ago
Tutorial please?

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
llwReptileSUN
2 years ago
full block by block deconstruct video
llwReptileSUN
2 years ago
You make that creative rating higher and ill post the tutorial tonight!
how bout that?
Atuik
2 years ago
Done, and done, I did it because one of my friends Oblite_Oath on steam, has actually built many bots with that main hull design of prims, and it works pretty damn well. I also didn't want it to be labelled creative, so I tried to make functionality higher, how about I boost it to a 9.5 since I've seen how effective it is from her?

Ratings 9.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
llwReptileSUN
2 years ago
I finished the tutorial it is a deconstruct block by block posting now.

I just want to point out that in this particular design it has only prisms armor but the main build is actually cubes they are just all covered lol

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