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Interceptor II

Interceptor added 3 months 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: 1,925 (total light cube configuration excluding 8 regular blocks)
- Damage boost: 3.00%
- Basic HP: 1,091k
- HP Boost: 8.30%
- Base speed: 260MPH
- Speed ​​boost: 21.61%
- Mastery level: 10
- Weight: 2,353kg

[Equipment Information]
- 1: Plasma Destroyer Carbon 6 x 6
- 2: LOML Stinger x2
- 3: Blink module x1

[Movement Information]
week
- 1 pair of wing albatross (x2)
- 3 pairs of ruther Albatross (x6)
assistant
- 3 pairs of ruther Albatross (x6)

[Other Information]
- Thruster Cheetah x9
- Speedometer x1
- Altimeter x1

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The name of the robot is Interceptor II
It is the second version which improved Robo which was previously made as a fighter.

The color is white point and black is the base.

Improvements in existing fighters (Interceptor I)
The wing shape was changed to look like a fighter wing
Different layouts have improved retention and narrowed gaps to reduce robo size.
Even if the rear wing is destroyed, you can fly with only the front wing. (Old version not possible)

Previous versions of Interceptor I
If you use a light cube with a CPU limit, you can not use the module, and if you use a module, you can not use a light cube.

Improved version of Interceptor II
Use both light cube and module.

Unfortunately, much of the design was sacrificed to focus on improving combat performance.
How many booster... :P

That is all. Thank you.

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2017-08-21 11:16 change the design

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In the previous introduction, a screenshot of the up and down views was also requested and added.
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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Practical Rating
9.3
Creative Rating
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Function rating by excalibur698.0
Creative rating by excalibur699.0
Function rating by Silhohen10.0
Creative rating by Silhohen10.0
Function rating by HTTechincs10.0
Creative rating by HTTechincs10.0
Function rating by Fyrvell7.5
Creative rating by Fyrvell9.5
Creative rating by D3adCl0wn10.0
Creative rating by JordanRiver9.5
Function rating by GioTheDestroyer9.0
Creative rating by GioTheDestroyer10.0
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GioTheDestroyer
2 months ago
again, loveleh bots

Ratings 9.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Riker26
3 months ago
Hey, I have a quick question for you, are those two front aerofoils practical or do they just look cool? I'm thinking of adding them to mine and I'd love to know, thanks.
Desfigne
3 months ago
I have not tested it myself, but in my experience I know it has no effect.
JordanRiver
3 months ago
nice design :D

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
Thank you for thinking so.
D3adCl0wn
3 months ago
Slit front?

"I see you are a man of culture as well."

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
thank you :D
Fyrvell
3 months ago
Looks astonishing! Really, even tho the frontwing concept is very common nowadays (also due to the pitch boost that it offers) the rest of the bot looks very sleek and uniformly :)
The weapon choice and count is good as well, it can lose some of them and still keep nominal count, being able to use them efficiently.
But it seems... Squishy. The health and hp boost are really low due to the use of light cubes. That's not very good for an interceptor, which needs to stay in the air for a long time, rather then just bomb and hide.
I also think that from the practical side the vertical back wings are useless, but I guess they are there purely for the aestchetics :)
Overall opinion:
Pros:
- sleek, cool shape
- right weapon choice
- good amount of weapons
Cons:
- low health and health boost
- 2 useless rudders (from practical side)
Neutral:
- use of power module (I'd rather take the dmg boost from it's CPU)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
Detailed analysis Thank you. It is a good analysis to understand my bots objectively.
I plan to reflect this in the next activity. Please note that the design has been partially changed.
Fyrvell
3 months ago
Oh, I forgot the ratings, here they are :)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
HTTechincs
3 months ago
Super Amazing bot, I Like it.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
thanks a lot. :D
Silhohen
3 months ago
Looks amazing.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
thank you :D
excalibur69
3 months ago
I find it interesting that you made a version two of your interceptor. Unfortunately you had to sacrifice some of the design for combat ability. That's okay combat ability means more and survivability in combat. I like the way your plane is design it actually looks like some type of futuristic tactical fighter from the United States Air Force. You have a fan in the Excalibur 69 hope to see you in the air or on the battlefield guns a-blazing

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Desfigne
3 months ago
I am very happy to have someone who understands my troubles.
In the future, I plan to design more futuristic fighter or stealth aircraft.
Thank you for your support.

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