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Talos Mk2

Medic Walker added 1 year ago

This is version 2 of the Talos Medic Walker/Leaper. 12 Mk10.1 E-plates have been added to various locations on the bot. These have greatly enhanced the durability of Talos while maintaining it's UWD like flight capabilities.

While Mk2 is able to take more damage than Mk1 it is still highly recommended to stay in cover while healing.

This bot is on the shop if you would like to try it out.
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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by XTreme8.5
Creative rating by XTreme9.0
Function rating by Zearaz8.0
Creative rating by Zearaz9.0
Function rating by gtstarwars7.0
Creative rating by gtstarwars9.5
Function rating by filipzkonopi39.0
Creative rating by filipzkonopi39.5
Function rating by lightstorm9.0
Creative rating by lightstorm9.5
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lightstorm
1 year ago
Probably want dual movement with this.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
filipzkonopi3
1 year ago

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
gtstarwars
1 year ago
looks like its easy to disable functionwise and movementwise. You might wanna have separate connection points as well as ep

Ratings 7.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
RoboDrone3
1 year ago
It is much easier to disable than I would like, however unless legs are buffed it is impossible, they simply aren't tanky enough to play a front line exposed position, to heal front line bots I have to stay in cover.
Zearaz
1 year ago
Pretty great walker. I love the overall design. I havn't seen anyone place all of the legs on a walker like that. One small thing I wanted to point out though. Only using 4 legs is fine, but you should really move the legs so they aren't connected on the same block. Otherwise, great build!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
RoboDrone3
1 year ago
They aren't mounted on the same block, they are attached to different blocks, each leg has a Mk10.1 E-plate to lessen damage spread to the body.
XTreme
1 year ago
Very nice, needs a bit more EP coverage.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
RoboDrone3
1 year ago
The E-plates are mostly to limit the spread of damage, not really to cover the bot itself

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