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SniperWolf

Rail Walker added 2 months ago
by jezero
White Novice

SniperWolf. Inspired by a Metal Gear boss of the same name, and a Zoid which gotten the design inspiration from.

Equipped with 1x Rail Impaler for dealing with far enemies and 4x Laser Hornets to chase/finish off injured ones.

The insect legs in front allows the bot to climb over steep cliffs on a certain degree, to gain a high vantage point for sniping.

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Practical Rating
2.0
Creative Rating
8.0
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Function rating by TenebraSolanum2.0
Creative rating by TenebraSolanum8.0
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TenebraSolanum
2 months ago
While I can see what you were going for, the design is much too frail to mount a mega weapon, the midsection is only a few thin blocks and there's no apparent rods being used from what I can see.

I would reccomend going back to the drawing board on this one and upscaling it with better legs and torso, and replacing the 'cockpit' with glass.

However, I can appreciate fellow zoids creators so...eh. 8/10 creative.

Ratings 2.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
jezero
2 months ago
Still starting up on the building how-to, and lacks the other resources for a better design. Settled on a lightweight chassis so it's easier to climb up walls.

I get the pointed flaws though, thanks.

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