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StingRay 3.5 : Chubby Cheezbr93r

SMG Copter added 2 years ago

Improved version of StingRay 2.0

Inspired by Grigerbest's MSMG copter

Builds on the flatness advantage of the stingray, but removed the bottom front blades to make room for guns. To compensate the rotors follow a zigzag stack formation near the rear. The zigzag formation compresses MSMG copter rear rotor designs by making the entire copter flat enough to hide behind protonium towers.

The problem with version 3.0 (a larger version of 2.0) was the huge weight issue near the guns. Removing the protection would make the guns too vulnerable, so instead, the guns in 3.5 would be placed on a grill-like down facing structure. However is a severe handicap in aerial combat. Thankfully, the prevalence of rails and smg tanks in the new meta prevents extensive dog fights.

Version 3.5 is built to withstand one moderate smg cruiser/light tank in moderate range combat. However, like any aerial vehicle, the copter cannot survive in any close range combat (RIP squarechan).

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Comments
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Ratings
8
Practical Rating
6.6
Creative Rating
5.0
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by Heldens7.5
Function rating by Heldens7.5
Function rating by HybridHusky5.0
Creative rating by HybridHusky5.5
Creative rating by Ahapid5.0
Function rating by Ahapid4.0
Function rating by markusz2n10.0
Creative rating by markusz2n1.0
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markusz2n
2 years ago
It's functionality 10, but creativity only 1, because it Looks like a bad Robot but it's really good.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 1.0 creative0
HybridHusky
2 years ago
I saw this in a game and it got rekt in a few hits and its very open

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.5 creative0

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