Practical Robot

Flying Devourer

Plasma Copter added 1 year ago
by Viren
White Novice

A quick light robot that can withstand high damage and blast enemies in the air or on the ground into pieces.

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Robot Statistics
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379
Comments
5
Ratings
10
Practical Rating
2.4
Creative Rating
2.4
Last Updated
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Function rating by TeGraMis5.0
Creative rating by TeGraMis4.0
Function rating by PuffyQuail3.0
Creative rating by PuffyQuail3.0
Function rating by keysha181.0
Creative rating by keysha181.0
Function rating by BuilderNumberOne1.5
Creative rating by BuilderNumberOne1.5
Function rating by Avestron4.5
Creative rating by Avestron3.5
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Avestron
2 months ago
I wish you included more images from more angles.

This clearly is intended to lay heavy fire on targets before they can effectively react. Damage Boost is on its side. However it is quite a glass cannon and while it could take a few laser hits, it couldn't take much more. Furthermore the mounting points of your rotors are exposed and connected at just the one point. At least consider routing rods directly to the main column for a little more survival odds.

The platform being 'flat' is a valid criticism - as it adds to its fragility. Consider cross rods at various points to improve ability to soak damage without mass loss of parts.

I consider the concept creative enough but the result does not look pretty - hence the score.

Ratings 4.5 practical and 3.5 creative0
BuilderNumberOne
1 year ago
..................................................

Ratings 1.5 practical and 1.5 creative0
keysha18
1 year ago
Dismantle it pls

Ratings 1.0 practical and 1.0 creative0
PuffyQuail
1 year ago
its a tad flat... Looks like some of my first tries.

Ratings 3.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
TeGraMis
1 year ago
I tink...better you gota dismantle it and try to make someting whit a good look xD

Ratings 5.0 practical and 4.0 creative0

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