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Plasma Guardian

Plasma Hover added 5 months ago

This is a AeroFlak robot that can take planes, helicopters, and pretty much anything out of the sky in just a few shots! with its slick design and Beautiful paint job, you can swiftly destroy the enemy towers with ease, this comes fully equipped with Carbon-6 Plasma Devastators. If you love to use hovercrafts then this is the bot for you! the speedy light weight design gives you plenty of speed, but still gives you plenty of health. This robot also comes with 4 Carbon-6 thruster cheetahs, and 2 normal thruster cheetahs for some extra speed! Search for "TheSlayer00017" in the shop.

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4.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by shaon4.5
Creative rating by shaon3.0
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NAFGames
5 months ago
yeah, I did not have that much time to make this. so its not THAT great, but still a good robot if your just starting, or if you just want to buy something. Also I don't exactly have that much ro-bits so I cant just go buying crap, also I don't have premium so I cant do anything about the color.

shaon
5 months ago
Sorry to say it so blunt. What a terrible design.
You made a plate of 2 blocks high, maybe 3 at some points. The plate is made of a base part with some 'arms'. These arms can easily break off. which means to lose a gun and a hover.
You placed random several hovers at the outside of this plate. which means that they are completely exposed to enemy fire.
There is no form of triforging or other forms of dmg direction visible. (layered armouring, spaced armouring etc.)
Since this bot is assumedly designed to take air units it's not wise to make a big flat plate. Against air its better to make a tall high design like a walker. A 'flat' slick design is better to use in ground to ground battles. (but with flat think about at least 3 to 5 layers high.)
About creativity. Your design is completely white with some grey blocks.

Sorry to shoot you this hard with negative feedback. I am sure you can learn a lot with this feedback and improve you designs. Try to watch some building video's and buy some bots in the crf. Dismantle those to see how they are made and why designs are made this way. Try to find some information about: spaced armouring, triforging, layerd armouring, damage direction.

Good luck. And I hoop to see more designs of you soon.

Ratings 4.5 practical and 3.0 creative0

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