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Infinite Edge [Unrefined]

SMG Hover added 1 year ago

NOTE: This is an unrefined first version build. Please give me some advice to improve my build. Btw, sorry for the bad paint-job, I inserted a screenshot of what it should look like :3


First of all, you may have noticed the wedge design, though its not commonly used, it's still relatively effective. I pulled the design out of one my earlier builds and reengineered the internals to make it more durable and balance {in the case of rail and plasma damage}.

Now... Onto the technical

Armor/Movement
The Infinite edge has a various assortment of thrusters, it has 2 side thrusters for faster turning, 4 front facing thrusters for better acceleration, and one upwards thruster at the back to help get better gun clearance in certain situations. In addition to this multitude of thrusters, there are also numerous lower-tier hovers hidden inside. Though it is cpu-intensive and somewhat inefficient, it provides more agility and speed, some of the key points of my hover bots. Also, the thrusters are nearly perfectly attached to specific parts of the bot, in order to rebalance the bot while absorbing damage, it's a sort of "reactive" armor, if you would. Although the hover to block mounting tactic is effective, it doesn't help with the overall durability of the robot, so I utilized a variety of rod-forcing and weaving. The weaving helps absorb the damage to the outer-layer of armor and the high armor-weight ratio of the aero-rods provides strong connection points to different part of the bot, to ensure that no piece of armor breaks out without being utilized to it's maximum effect. The combination of this armor technique makes it extremely hard for smgs, rails, and plasma to disrupt the performance of the robot. Even if this armor fails, there are other mechanisms that help bail you out. One these mechanisms is the dual-core system on the bot. One of the cores, mainly consisted of weaved half slopes, is at the front (if the back core is destroyed); the other core, the main one consists of a power module connected to a weave of hovers and slope-weaved armor. Overall, you have a pretty good survivability ratio if you don't get super aggressive.

Stats:
OC/1: 185.5mph
OC/15: 224.8mph

Armament:
1 Power Module
2 "Erazer" Railguns
2 "Constructor" Mediguns
8 Carbon "Disintegrator" Smgs

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Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by Zalera9.5
Function rating by theimmortalone10.0
Creative rating by theimmortalone9.0
Function rating by aaa98004421510.0
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aaa980044215
8 months ago
Very good :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
theimmortalone
1 year ago
Nice bot you don't see many hovers as detailed and as well thought out as this one these days I'm sure it would be great in battle

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Zalera
1 year ago
Well it's a nice bot, I've to say.

Ratings 9.0 creative and 9.5 practical0

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