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Rail Copter added 1 year ago

Lightweight Rail Chopper that is good for moving around the map quickly and re-positioning to take shots. It's name comes from the huge mess of Aero Rods connecting all 5 connection points of all 4 rotor blades together and to the craft. This makes the rotors incredibly difficult to shoot off without attacking the rotor directly. On the flipside though, it is incredibly difficult to flip over if you somehow end up on your back (without using the self righting flip tool).

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Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
8.9
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Function rating by SBB_ChiefTain9.0
Creative rating by SBB_ChiefTain9.5
Function rating by Tecko_9.0
Creative rating by Tecko_8.5
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera8.0
Function rating by W4RM3CH4N1C9.0
Creative rating by W4RM3CH4N1C9.5
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W4RM3CH4N1C
1 year ago
Hey buddy!

Very nice looking bot, a nice take on other designs by using mostly EP's on the design and it really works, nice for hit and run!

If i can offer any feedback it's that although they do look nice, the 2nd set of T10.9 EP's look a touch wasted and perhaps that CPU might be better used with another leg or rotor, or perhaps some thrusters for really agile movement, also the rotors don't really want to be connected to each other directly, but it's a great bot and I don't really wanna take anything away from that :)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
PsyoCartographer
1 year ago
Thanks for the feedback, I'll probably move the second layer of 10.9s in favor of something else. On the rotor connection, i found that the damage spreads among all 5 points that it doesn't actually take out the other in a single plasma or rail.
Zalera
1 year ago

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Tecko_
1 year ago
Looks fragile but deadly :p

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
SBB_ChiefTain
1 year ago
upload to CRF?

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
PsyoCartographer
1 year ago
Sure, just a sec
edit: Done!

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