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Streamlined SoB

Plasma Hover added 3 months ago

I wanted to make the most of the Electroshield F's and I ended up with this soapbar (SoB) shaped hover.

Once established the outline I worked a lot on the insides to create a strong frame, space for modules, and add thrusters.

Not particularly fast but since it's low CPU with the new damage boosts it's lethal.

If you remove plasmas, you can refit with SMG's or PSK's.

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Practical Rating
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Function rating by ForbiddenUser7.0
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser7.0
Function rating by Silhohen7.0
Creative rating by Silhohen5.0
Function rating by Zalera8.5
Function rating by RedlegDaddy4.5
Creative rating by RedlegDaddy4.5
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RedlegDaddy
3 months ago
Sadly the damage boost does not really compete with armor boost and hovers are far to slow to conduct peekaboo attacks. The only bot that is even semi viable of this type are the super fast and agile plasma drones. The shields cost you terribly in health boost. The 12 shields are costing you something like 40% HB. This style of hover worked alot better before boosts were introduced and they were my favorite type. Now tho they just can not compete.

Ratings 4.5 practical and 4.5 creative0
sandrotbg
2 months ago
It's still one of the most competitive with Ghost Module installed. I know disadvantages of electroplates but I am not a brick spammer. :-D
Zalera
3 months ago
I wonder if these are better than in the past, I guess not really but well, still good ^^

Ratings 8.5 practical0
sandrotbg
3 months ago
I've seen some in similar shape that integrated a propeller, and they were really tough to kill because of propeller damage sink.
Silhohen
3 months ago
Not bad...
Some outer paint could be nice.
Dunno why u r using the inners... maybe triforcing? Cuz the weight is the same im pretty sure :P
Stick thrusters on the top and bottom of the middle for some speed.
Redundancy with plasmas would be good.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
sandrotbg
3 months ago
I use inners because this bot was born some time ago. Weight was a concern and if you were to completely remove electroplates you'd see the top was lighter than the bottom, to keep COG low, otherwise it's easy to roll. As a secondary reason triforcing.

I have the other versions you suggest. (now that we can copy garage content... yay!).
Silhohen
3 months ago
nice

Ratings 7.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
sandrotbg
3 months ago
Anyway my favorite in battle (especially TDM, less effective in League) is being highly mobile with four devastators. Highly mobile serves me to make it difficult to be degunned. And 4 Devastators give me the low CPU boost I am looking for.
ForbiddenUser
3 months ago
So smol

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
sandrotbg
3 months ago
Goes with the style of play, some time you want your cross section to be as small as possible because you'd be an as small as possible target.
ForbiddenUser
3 months ago
It was a compliment

Ratings 7.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
sandrotbg
3 months ago
Gladly accepted!

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