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MiniBurst

Plasma Sled added 11 months ago

So I have built a little sledder, one of my first attempts at a sled. While it leaves a lot to be desired, it is a quick, kinda agile unit that once the flattening happens will be able to unleash devastating burst of plasma. Turns kinda well, but is very drifty as no rudders or hovers are used, although that makes it faster. Main flaw is it loses its thrusters quickly, so please give me feedback on making it more tough :3

183 mph at OC1 - 217+ mph at OC15

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Practical Rating
8.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by beniproff989.5
Creative rating by beniproff989.5
Function rating by Desto17.5
Creative rating by Desto18.0
Function rating by jadebosson8.5
Creative rating by jadebosson9.0
Creative rating by Silhohen10.0
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Silhohen
11 months ago
Rip in Ski's :|
Rating a bit iffy so I thought i'd leave without :3

Ratings 10.0 creative0
jadebosson
11 months ago
Seems legit but I challenge you to join us in max cpu with it lol

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0
Desto1
11 months ago
Looks good but why only 1 green thing on also the only way I can think of to make the thrusters last longer is encase them with armour which cant be done if you are keeping it small. Like that it is is protected against splitting with the rods and with the new update would be practical but does not look like it can take alot of hit

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
McNugg2710
11 months ago
Yep, agree totally
beniproff98
11 months ago
Wow very cool bot,I like that! I only missing nanos a little bit.

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
McNugg2710
11 months ago
Thanks, but adding nanos would increase CPU and size too much

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