Practical Robot

fighter (unnamed)

Plasma Bomber added 2 weeks ago

[System Environment]
- Screen resolution: 3840x2160 (top and bottom cut out)
- Quality setting: Fantastic
- FPS: 240

[Account Environment]
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[Robo Information]
- CPU: 1,804
- Inorganic energy: 11,176
- Basic HP: 1,098k
- HP Boost: 18.90%
- Base speed: 260MPH
- Speed ​​boost: 15.69%

[Equipment Information]
- 1: Plasma Destroyer Carbon 6 x 4
- 2: LOML Stinger x2
- 3: Rail laser x1
- 4: Flashing module x1
- 5: Inorganic energy module x1

[Movement Information]
main
- Two pairs of wing albatross (x4)
- One pair of rudder albatross (x2)
assistant
- Two pairs of rudder albatross (x4)

[Other Information]
- Propeller Cheetah x8
- Speedometer x1
- Altimeter x1
- Vapor Trail (Double) x2
- Vapor Trail (single) x2

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The name of the robot is not yet determined, and the fighter is designed as a concept.

The color is white point and black is the base.
The weapon placement section (block position) is shown in gray.

Structural features include
Each part of the destruction is modularized via tri-forcing (block connection).
Modularized areas are shown below.

Fore wings (2 pairs / 1 pair)
Underwing (left / right)
Booster (rear / center)
Module (flashing / inorganic energy)

When hit, only the relevant part is destroyed, and it is possible to continue to operate as a residual part, which increases the survivability.
There is also room for the CPU so you can change your weapon any way you want.
Rather than being advantageous for certain equipment, you can change the robot characteristics according to your personal preference with all-around characteristics.

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This is text that is translated from Korean into English by Google Translate.
Therefore, there may be misinterpretation, but thank you for your understanding.

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Comments
12
Ratings
7
Practical Rating
8.8
Creative Rating
9.3
Last Updated
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Creative rating by Ruggy9.0
Function rating by Silhohen10.0
Creative rating by Silhohen10.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser9.0
Function rating by xisecga7.5
Creative rating by xisecga10.0
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xisecga
4 days ago

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
ForbiddenUser
2 weeks ago
Other than the skinny but still somewhat neat look,I agree you would need more top and bottom pics.

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Silhohen
2 weeks ago
Very slim, i love it. Does it even work these days tho? The new VTOL wings kinda fked up the physics of the forward facing wings .-.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Desfigne
2 weeks ago
Other users' aircrafts are thick because of overlapping blocks for defensive purposes,
but the actual fighters are very thin, so I focused on that point.
However, because of this, it is very thin, and if you continue to suffer damage, it is very difficult to operate.
The front wings are not physically effective. :p
theimmortalone
2 weeks ago
i want this in my life 0.o whats it called on the CRF?
Desfigne
2 weeks ago
Unfortunately, it is not uploaded to the CRF.
I'll see you at the CRF with a little better ROBO later on.
Ruggy
2 weeks ago
Name it "Lance".

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Desfigne
2 weeks ago
thanks. name is cool, XD
Ruggy
2 weeks ago
Just saw the first pic, looked long and pointy, Spike! uhm no.....Lance!

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Zalera
2 weeks ago
The angle of your pictures isn't really good, try top and bottom view as well :/

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Desfigne
2 weeks ago
I will refer to it in the next introduction. Thank you. :D
Zalera
2 weeks ago
Alright ^^

Ratings 9.0 creative0

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