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Tetraract

SMG Drone added 7 months ago

A project to make a Tesseract with Tetras as opposed to Corner Slopes. It works so far, but its weapons need to be upgraded as it only uses Wasp lasers which are not efficient for its CPU level. It seems to be much less maneuverable than a Tesseract- Whether this is due to the internals or the increased weight I'm not sure. It includes a lot of helium cubes, mostly on the front half to make the robot lighter and to balance the weight.
It has 2 stability rudders in the rear. It doesn't have nearly as much vertical maneuverability or overall maneuverability for that matter as a Tesseract.
The electroplates on the side are there to cover a small hole in the side armor- Since it uses Tetras instead of Corner Slopes I couldn't fit the rudders inside without removing some blocks.
My next priority is to find better lasers to replace the Wasps. At 1522 CPU it most certainly needs a more damaging type of laser.
The internals are probably different from most Tesseracts. It uses a rectangular frame around the middle row of blocks to mount internal blocks and thrusters onto.
Currently the internals are removed because they need to be rebuilt.

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Noodlewerfer
7 months ago
Update: Removed two of the rows of helium cubes from the roof (look closely at the second picture), this was because in battle it tended to be unable to descend when damaged even if its downward thrusters were still there, most likely because there was too much helium.

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