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SawTooth V4

Rail Mech added 2 months ago
by StealthRanger1032
Brown Apprentice

This is the fourth iteration of the SawTooth line of sprinter rail chassis.
Unlike the ones before it this version comes equipped with four cheetah thrusters and four poking wasps. This is attached to the new fully damage routed body designed to break apart nicely in combat.
In keeping with tradition this bot comes with a specialised DSM hover core as standard that allows the bot to "infinite leap" up hills and down hills (may not work 100% of the time).
I hope you enjoy this railer as much as I have making it and playing it ^

It is now avaliable to purchase on the CRF for anyone who wishes under my username, StealthRanger1032.

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Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Avestron9.0
Creative rating by Avestron7.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by christianYETI8.0
Creative rating by christianYETI7.0
Comments and Ratings
christianYETI
2 months ago
nice bot

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Zalera
2 months ago

Ratings 9.0 practical0
Avestron
2 months ago
So - this looks like a very refined design.

I like how you mounted 6 Erazers without making major compromises, even including a few wasps as back-up. The rear-flank rails could be mounted upon light cube wedges perhaps but its fine as is.

To have fitted both a disc shield module and hovers in that frame without making it very fragile is also impressive. Cannot snort at that damage boost either.

I honestly was going to penalize on dependency on vulnerable sprinter legs but hover inclusion helps a lot.

The frame looks very good even if a couple of blocks could have been filled in for an even smoother look.

Nicely done.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0

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