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Volgatus Sagittario M1

Rail Tank added 2 years ago

I wanted to try my hand at building a competitive quad-tracked tanky T4 sniper that used a realistic amount of cpu for players who reached tier 4 through standard progression (Very specific, I know).

642 cpu is what one has at level 20, the level I assume is average by the end of T4 if people gain 5 levels per tier.

While it looks very ugly (Blame armor reduction on cubes that aren't full), this bot works very well in both classic/battle mode and has the following features:

[*] Radar Jammer (Cpu waste to be honest.)
[*] 6 Tier + 1 guns
[*] Ejection Seat for Battle mode.
[*] A little over 300 armor cubes, mixed T3/4
[*] 4 mostly skirted tracks for movement and redundancy.
[*] Tri-forcing around tracks to prevent losing multiple at once.

Chassis cube counts are estimates.

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Function rating by TheRagingMage7.0
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