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Halo Warthog

SMG Cruiser added 3 months ago

Made this a while ago and I'm finally getting around to sharing it here! I would consider it an art bot, but I always try to make everything as survivable as possible :D

I knew that because of the Warthog's design, the wheels would be very exposed so I went with some pretty big wheels. The wheels are mounted on a solid block of TX cubes with some triforcing so a lost wheel won't translate damage to another wheel-mounting block. Also the front and rear of the bot are triforced so they do not touch the TX wheel mounts at all. I've had almost the whole bot destroyed many times and can still drive away with 3 or 4 wheels, so though the wheels look exposed, they're tough wheels on tough mounts, so it's not much of an issue unless you sit still and let someone target your wheels. On my battle version I also built bumpers in front of the wheels. It's not much, but it is a little extra protection.

The shields that make the windshield are also triforced a bit to minimize the chance that damage will transfer from one shield mount to another.

The artsy fartsy version has some thrusters in the front grill to represent lights, and yes, one is meant to be backwards because my reference picture had 3 lights there, with one light smaller than the other two.

The battle version has 9 disintegrator lasers and some interior details were smoothed out in favor of a slightly more solid build.

As art bots go, I think it's a pretty solid build :)

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Creative rating by shaon10.0
Function rating by _thegodfather_7.5
Creative rating by _thegodfather_10.0
Creative rating by Micsso10.0
Function rating by Wova4310.0
Creative rating by Wova4310.0
Creative rating by Luke200559.5
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Zalera
2 months ago
Seriously, nice one.

Ratings 9.5 creative0
ForbiddenUser
3 months ago
Halo 6, still waiting ( ͡ 0 ͜ʖ ͡ 0)

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Luke20055
3 months ago
Beautiful design, most accurate Halo Warthog I have seen... maybe even ever!

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Wova43
3 months ago
cool

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Micsso
3 months ago

Ratings 10.0 creative0
_thegodfather_
3 months ago
i wonder how it would do with a splitter on the top as the turret instead of smgs.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
shaon
3 months ago
Nice replicate.
For full halo driving experience switch to camera controlled steering :P

Ratings 10.0 creative0

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