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Plasma Hover

Plasma Hover added 4 months ago

Hi People

This is one of my first bots that looks good and works well. I also got 1 day premium to paint this so I hope you like it.

Weapons:

This bot uses ordinary Plasma Devastators (not carbon 6) to annihilate any bot in its path.

Modules, Functional Parts & Health:

This bot uses a weapon energy module to restore energy to allow it to fight longer and better. It also has 22 electro shields which give it 1,743,116 shield health. it also has 872,515 health which give it a total of 2,615,631 health and electro shield.

Factory:

On the factory this is called the Plasma Hover and my robocraft username is Epiccanadian13.

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Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
5.5
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Function rating by Zalera7.5
Creative rating by Zalera5.5
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Zalera
4 months ago
First of all, only plasmas with 1700CPU, and more on a hover aren't that nice... why ? The reason is kinda simple, first you can barely shoot long range targets because plasma projectile angle, on another hand, you can barely shoot air targets, and finally, I feel like it has only 5 plasmas... that are not enough redundacy ^^

Lets rate !

Agility : A hover is by definition pretty agile if it has enough blades, no wonder your bot is agile -> 3/3

Survivability : Talking about the chassis, burst dmgs and rails can go through your shields pretty easily, and since the main frame is pretty thin, I can easily say you would be killed fast by these weapons, and no wonder ions would break you into pieces without any pain... Also, your weapon redundancy isn't enough, that makes you useless pretty fast, because even with your power module, you can't do well with less than 3 plasmas, the firing rate isn't high enough -> 2/3

Firepower : good against ground bots in close / mid ranges, tho almost useless against air, I won't judge energy there since you've a power module, even if you can't use it that often, so it comes useless most of the time ^^' -> 2/3

Bonus : About the whole design, I would say the bot is kinda average, sure a good player could do pretty good with it, but a good player could do pretty good with any kind of bots, so this isn't a bot I would recommand for most of RC players -> 0,5/1

Now about the design, the shapes are in harmony so 3/3 there but logical since it's a classic plate hover...
About originality, well not original, even the colors are pretty classical :/ 0.5/3
Finally lets talk about the complexity, nothing really complicated in the design but the trick of plate placements,then, since the whole bot is made of plates... 1,5/3
and finally it's not what I call creative, but it has some good points at some spots... 0,5/1

Here is a fair raiting ^^

Ratings 7.5 practical and 5.5 creative0

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