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blocky plain that acctually works

Plasma Bomber added 1 week ago

a very ugly bot (note the wing eagle on one side and bat wing on the other)

but it actually does pretty well in battle

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Function rating by Avestron6.0
Function rating by Zalera7.5
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Zalera
1 week ago
Weeell... it may be good in battle yeah

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Avestron
1 week ago
Its good to hear that this is performing well in battle.

I will leave aside comments on aesthetics for the moment. There is room for improvement.

With six wings and two rudders - all in a line, I would expect that this provides a very smooth flight, with the assistance of the vertical rudder on turns.

I have to admit that that amount of lift doesn't give much surplus lift over its 6,500+kg weight - but simply adding more wings might 'not' be the best way forward. Interestingly, if you could fit in a few hovers, it could very well perform even when "grounded"

If you do go this path then you could even go 'cap-holder' with a lot of guns on a wedge top-end.

A wedge will also help ensure that your guns aren't blocking each other (and its OK to encase a couple of thrusters or go around a vertical fin rather than raise them accordingly.

You could also armour up the weapons and thrusters on the edges - if their support cube goes - they go.

Its a pretty good base model to learn about how to build effective fliers. A good first try!

Ratings 6.0 practical0

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