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Starter Cruiser [Wheely Big Update Version]

Medic Cruiser added 5 months ago

It's a rebuild of my Starter Cruiser after the update the Wheely big Update or 0.13.2208.

Old Version:
http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/bpruxFOP

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5.5
Creative Rating
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Function rating by BoneBreakerGer5.5
Creative rating by BoneBreakerGer8.5
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BoneBreakerGer
5 months ago
Doesn't look 2bad just few things

-the trusters on the back of the bot are kinda pointless
-you could give the bottomside of the bot more details (color/shaping)
-because the weapons take not much energy i would use remaining cpu for armor

Is this "starter-bot series" only uncommon and common?
-If not you should use some rods to protect the wheels if plasma gets under your bot all wheels fall off.

What you also can do is to hide the wheels since they are small enough to hide behind a 2block thick layer.

I hope most of the tips help :)

Ratings 5.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
benracer85
5 months ago
Thanks but for information, it's a not a full cube bot. ;)
Yes, this "Starter-bot Series" is only uncommun and commun; This is part of the challenge. :)
The thrusters at the rear serve essentially for the start-up side because they have rather a decorative side. ^^'
To summarize, I had to make some compromises but it works and that is what is essential. Besides, since you are also building cruisers, I am looking forward to seeing your vision of the Starter Cruiser. ;)
BoneBreakerGer
5 months ago
Gosh, my clanleader will kill me if he sees me not using rods/struts :coffin:

But maybe i do it anyway on my other account ... :smirk:

Ratings 5.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
benracer85
5 months ago
ok no problem. ^^

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