Practical Robot

Dangerous Dinghy

SMG Hover added 3 years ago
by LeadPaynt
Brown Apprentice

*very small build
*lots of gun redundancy
* self righting
*hill climber

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Robot Statistics
Views
858
Comments
4
Ratings
15
Practical Rating
8.2
Creative Rating
6.0
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Joshington8.0
Creative rating by Joshington6.5
Function rating by JSU6.5
Creative rating by JSU5.5
Function rating by swiftduststorm8.5
Creative rating by swiftduststorm7.0
Function rating by Eltanin8.5
Function rating by WagonWheels8.0
Creative rating by WagonWheels5.5
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku5.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku1.5
Creative rating by Manjuel6.5
Function rating by Manjuel9.0
Creative rating by Juvar236.5
Function rating by Juvar238.5
Comments and Ratings
LeadPaynt
3 years ago
uhhh wow thanks @Gottchar..... thats some serious constructive criticism
Gottchar
3 years ago
*very small build
this is a con

*lots of gun redundancy
this is not true

* self righting
Come on, if it wasnt you would not post it

*hill climber
any hover which can not climb? My landship can climb if I take all but 4 hovers out.

This is just a smaller worse version of the real thing, everybody has to start somewhere, my crafts were shitty when I started out, too. But try to sell it as if we were a bit smarter please.
Eltanin
3 years ago
bit mean don't you think ._.

Ratings 8.5 practical0
WagonWheels
3 years ago
he gives the hard truths, sadly, in t10 it is hard to be competitive without a giant monstrosity of a bot, but as gottchar said, this bot is a good starting point, all you need to do is make it bigger and add more components as you level up so that you can reach the "full potential" of this design. :)

-btw Gottchar is harsh with everyone, so dont take it personally :P

Ratings 8.0 practical and 5.5 creative0

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