Creative Robot

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SMG Megabot added 3 years ago

Lately I've been seeing some amazing mega's but one thing I noticed is that they all require the mega garage. I then decided to make a mega for people just starting of in TX-1 to avoid some of the questionable "mini mega's".

(By the way it costs 35463556rp and will sell for 17731778rp.)

Pros:

Very fast

strong

Has a snazzy TX coat

looks knida how I wanted it to :)

Cons:

NEEDS MORE GUNS!!!!!

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Practical Rating
8.3
Creative Rating
10.0
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by QuantumMech10.0
Creative rating by QuantumMech10.0
Creative rating by davie10.0
Function rating by davie6.5
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bob123warrior5
3 years ago
I acknowledge it would be better full t10 but I did say in the description it was build to fit in the regular garage before I had the mega one, and I assure you it wont be staying in this state for long, im planning in turning it into something much bigger
davie
3 years ago
Megas... please dont use tx1 blocks.. If this thing had Mk10 blocks it would be thrice as big and twice as strong! but the design is really nice!

Ratings 10.0 creative and 6.5 practical0
bob123warrior5
3 years ago
thanks for the advice, I know it could be improved but I kinda just made it cause I wanted to and decided to put it on robocraft garage.

I appreciate its not the best mega but its better than some.
Coornio
3 years ago
Hmm, i think my own first megabot would be a better choice. As i said before for another guy's megabot: "make sure all your guns always use 3 connection points. As you may know, when TX-1 guns are damaged, part of that damaged is randomly distributed to either of the three connection points. You want those to be as strong as possible so your gun survives the maximum amount of time possible under fire. When you have only 1 connection point, it will soak up the entire damage that is transferred from the gun and break before the gun itself reaches half health."

The same applies here. All your guns float on one mounting point, making them extremely fragile. A megabot with properly mounted and protected guns can easily put yours to the ground.

In addition, while the TX-1 armor looks coolio, it's a very huge waste of CPU better spent on using T10 blocks. As a wheel megabot, weight is not really much of a concern for you.

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