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Armored mech shell (Read desc)

General Robot added 2 weeks ago
by GallantPride
Brown Apprentice

This is a nice armored mech it's made to have mech legs and a shield on the front the pictures of the mech is what it would look like with armor guns and legs the pictures with nothing is what it looks like with a shell when you get it you are geting it as a shell to make it more affordable

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Creative Rating
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Function rating by Dan95.0
Creative rating by Dan91.0
Function rating by Avestron5.5
Creative rating by Avestron3.0
Function rating by X_Bin4.0
Creative rating by X_Bin1.0
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X_Bin
1 week ago
One Tip is don't make it so wide because this doesn't allow you to go through some areas(Imagine a dog trying to go up stairs with railings with a stick that is in his mouth that is 5 feet in length). Seeing that it it your 17th build it is ok for MMR of 0-200.

Don't make it so thin and try to make it compact so someone can't just come by and shoot the middle and then 50% of your health is gone. If you are going to make mechs you might want to look at some of Awesome_Soul's(Youtuber/Twitch Streamer) mechs. Seeing that it is most likely in Camera-Control i would prefer to cover the back of the weapons a bit so the weapons can't be at from behind.

It also isn't the best thing to have more than 2 types of weapons because if you have 3 or 4 weapons types then most of your CPU is in weapons. Also you would have to switch from weapon to weapon more often due to there being less weapons allowing enemies to shoot them off.

Ratings 4.0 practical and 1.0 creative0
Avestron
1 week ago
I've seen this bot in battle.

In my opinion it requires a fair bit of refinement, keeping in mind the following.

Firstly, it presents too much of a frontal (and rear) target to the enemy. When you are trying to back out of combat this is not good. I am pretty sure that you did this to cater for the shield but perhaps you could opt for 1-2 different shields that cater for a narrower frame? Or even just beef up the body and have no shields. You could even place your mech legs closer together.

If you 'want' to retain this wide shielded form then how about a 3rd leg?

Secondly, this bot does not need 3 weapon systems. I know the wasps are intended for recharge but the Ion and the Chain have enough overlap to make you wish you had twin weapons in some circumstances.

Now... Chain or Ion + LOML would make more sense and provide more Utility.

A few nanos would instead of the wasps would really make this an all-rounder.

P.S. In the picture your chain mount looks unnecessarily exposed. Move it in a couple blocks.

All in all a pretty OK first bot design - the fundamental ideas are there but now you need to push the practical and aesthetic limits.

Ratings 5.5 practical and 3.0 creative0
GallantPride
2 weeks ago
This was my first robot I hope you like it feel free to tell me issues and I will try my best to improve
Dan9
2 weeks ago
So bad.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 1.0 creative0

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