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Plasma Bomber added 4 months ago

she fly and she T H I C C,
fly well with that super wide ass,
those tiny flak canons are too small for her.

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Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
8.8
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Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by Avestron7.0
Creative rating by Avestron8.5
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Avestron
3 months ago
This bomber is majestic. It is a nice design even with its simpler lines and block elements. It also looks quite intimidating.

Practically it looks like a flying fortress. It has the health to back it up also. I am not sure if its one tile thick at its thinnest points. I like the rod-forcing of the wings.

Speaking of wings - this bird is 10K+kg! That means that it needs a lot of lift to keep it aloft - and sit seems to me that you haven't got a lot more rudders and wings than you need to achieve liftoff. This means that this plane may sometimes find itself landing involuntarily.

Fairly decent top-side laser arcs. You also opt to go for lower powered plasmas in exchange for having more of them. You also have enough undercarriage to swap them out for a set of Devastators if you so choose.

I am not sure if the electroplates are necessary. You might find it more productive to replace them with a couple of more Thrusters or wings or rudders or such.

Also, you may save some CPU by replacing the small thrusters on the tail to a couple in between them.

Oh... and I also love your use of Struts for armour. :c)

Well done.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
Syryx
3 months ago
whoa thanks for the analytical comment!

the thinnest point has 3 tile thick, its really heavy but thanks to the 6 Albatross wings at the back and 6 Albatross rudders at the front it lift off quite easily and fly stably, there's no problem with float power tho, but I can't guarantee it still fly well after it get shot down more than 4 wings or rudders.

I'm not using Devastators because it could lose fire rate easily since I can only mount 4 of them with that leftover CPU.

About the electroplates, well I don't want to add other things because there's no "good space" for them, it will ruins the aesthetic of the plane so I rather just put shields to protect the main thrusters, it looks good and gives spaces for the plasmas.

still, thanks for the opinions, maybe you can buy and try flying this plane once, since it costs nothing if you don't construct it.

(edit: Struts are good stuff, love them.)

Avestron
3 months ago
You are welcome.

3 Bricks thick is respectable! :cP

OK so you start out with 11,760Kg of Lift to carry your 10417Kg of weight. :c)

It definitely lifts off - and if you get shot up rather evenly then you 'should' stay aloft - but I'll bet that you often enough find it drifting sluggishly towards the ground as your fingers are jammed on the 'W' and 'space' keys (I had a few builds like that!)

Looking at the small rear-top thrusters, I would definitely consider replacing them with even another albatross wing pair pointing outward from the top ridge (or maybe twin rudders where the thrusters were (relocating the vertical rudders in the process).

This would probably reduce turning a little - in exchange for more responsive climb/ dive.

Well - just some thoughts. You did awesome - and when I get more rudders I'll remember to give this bot a try. :c)

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
Zalera
4 months ago
Original use of struts here

Ratings 9.0 creative0

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