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splitter sprinter

General Robot added 1 week ago

I sometimes add a ion distorter at the front but right now it's on a different robot. on CRF

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Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
6.0
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Function rating by Zalera8.0
Function rating by Avestron7.0
Creative rating by Avestron6.0
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Avestron
1 week ago
The only reason that I do not rate this higher on practicality is the low health of your bot.

I also feel that the front brick body structure looks like it is missing something.

Having just the one weapon with those modules is a lesser consideration - I'd 'personally' choose a single LOML rather than Ion but that is just personal choice.

How about using 2 more arch struts (alternatively strut ramps) across the front? If you colour them orange then it will compliment and enhance your bot's looks while serving to enhance its frontal defenses. Of course you will also need to add a center strip of blue cubes - but - bonus: You could still mount an ion later if you like. :c)

Frontal vertical tesla rack (in a wedge cheese-grater formation) is another possibility.

Oh... and I like how you used struts and cubes to make a head. :cP Kinda reminds me of the android logo. ^_^

Ratings 7.0 practical and 6.0 creative0
Zalera
1 week ago
Would really be better if you keep the ion on its nose tbh, only 2 CSP aren't that powerful as I saw ingame ^^'

Ratings 8.0 practical0

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