Actually this is the 'Skywhale Mk3+', currently the latest in a series of my first truly successful flyer series.
The Skywhale is so named due to the overall combined appearance of its prominent electroplate head and its distributed earofoils.
For this reason too I mostly stuck with a white and blue theme - this model featuring bright blue electroplates.
This bot was designed with capturing points in mind. It is agile and quite maneuverable and can nail cap locations very well.
However there is more going on here. The exploded hull design means that it is less likely to go crunch under hostile fire - but it suffers under the boosted flaks and protoseekers.
It is 'not' designed for Team Deathmatch but it 'can' leave a mark. Its plasma configuration is front-orientated and this means that it will surprise flyers and make less sturdy bots cry under frontal assaults... and frontal assaults and dive-bombing is what its configuration is suited for... but the configuration is actually designed to get plasma blasts onto the newly unshielded enemy base before the enemy can bring it up.
Suited for hit and run tactics and yes - this is a high-class capper. That being said, it fares less well in games where the caps are defended.
Its speed is great but a notch short of supreme. Maneuverability and handling almost as so. Its toughness (and survivability0 is pretty good and its offense is fairly OK.