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Yet another sniper

Rail Walker added 2 years ago

This is my everyday sniper design. I was experimenting with full-armour-tanky sniper and this happened. I'm not sure that back sniper guns are OK placed, but there is no more room for them)

It have nearly 700 armour blocks, little triforced from inside and have back-placed "panic and escape" leg to heal or respawn safely.

I usually play as tanky sniper - push forward, hit the face, win the game.

Before you would say that "These T10.4 EP's is useless" - almost every time I'm being focused, enemy somehow focus them and then rails. Or maybe I'm just lucky)

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Comments
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Ratings
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Practical Rating
7.3
Creative Rating
5.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by Nysion5.0
Function rating by Nysion7.0
Function rating by WagonWheels7.0
Creative rating by WagonWheels8.0
Creative rating by davie5.5
Function rating by davie8.5
Function rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna5.5
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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
keep making great builds bro :)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 5.5 creative0
davie
2 years ago
just 4 legs... 4 legs make your walk look funny :D But im sure that was intended XD

Ratings 5.5 creative and 8.5 practical0
SimplyCrazy
2 years ago
there are 5 legs.. however, i'm currently working on another version
WagonWheels
2 years ago
this bot kinda borrows elements from both tanky cube railers and ep railers and the result is a bot that gains neither benefits of each design :I. The low redundancy in legs and the weak gun mounts will leave this bot disabled despite the sheer cube mass and the little EPs on the gun mounts wont prove very useful when the mounts are lost so easily. I would recommend going for more legs on your walkers for these types of heavier bots or going for some form of secondary movement system such as skis. Also beefing up the rail mounts and loosing those badly mounted eps would free up cpu for thrusters and more legs, etc. I reckon this bot functions well despite my suggestions, but it could be made stronger with some tweaks. hope this feedback helps ^^

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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