Practical Robot

Pegasus Mk2

SMG Hover added 3 years ago

This robot is a remake of Sylvette's 'Pegasus' for SMG/nano, including shielding. Original was MSMG, hence no shielding.
Original Pegasus thread:
http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/klosBIOQ
Original Pegasus tutorial:
http://robocraftgarage.com/tutorial/bsJNORT7
I have Sylvette's full permission.

It looks like crap cause of the T9 blocks, I apologise...

There are 2 versions of Pegasus Mk2 in the pictures. The later version, with the horrible-looking single EP at the front has better functionality because of the side guns further forward and long rods on top, more short ones on the bottom.

You cause T10.5 EPs on the front which looks better, but the front side guns need to be built out further for better line of sight.

*disclaimer*
Sorry for the poor image quality; had to use ipad...

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