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The DeLorean

Medic Flier added 1 year ago

Marty! We have to go back! Great scott!

My most fun robot (for now). A medic flier with helium and reverse thrust. It is mostly made with prism weaving and some other complex triforcing, it can hold up damage pretty well. The helium allows it to stall, and reverse thrust for 'changing gears' altogether makes it very manuverable and fun. I have this one with Nanos, and another with SMGs on the CRF.

Please enjoy and check it out on the CRF. :)

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Practical Rating
9.8
Creative Rating
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Function rating by W4RM3CH4N1C10.0
Creative rating by W4RM3CH4N1C10.0
Function rating by gtstarwars9.0
Creative rating by gtstarwars9.5
Function rating by Otheisis10.0
Creative rating by Otheisis10.0
Function rating by JDMasterKenobi10.0
Creative rating by JDMasterKenobi10.0
Function rating by lightstorm10.0
Creative rating by lightstorm10.0
Function rating by JordanRiver9.5
Creative rating by JordanRiver9.5
Function rating by Pizrre7.0
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Pizrre
11 months ago
A little bit late, but cool design! (thanks random bots section :P)

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
JordanRiver
1 year ago
Cool and cute

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
iMaxinator75
1 year ago
Thanks :)
lightstorm
1 year ago
Partially revealed wings...

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
iMaxinator75
1 year ago
Thank you for your ratings :)

The wings are partially revealed because I don't want them attached to the same block. The inside triforcing is complicated but if they were, the whole bot would be far more fragile. I have had and seen other bots with more wings that were FULLY exposed, and bigger as well.
They still don't have big hitboxes, and people generally don't seek out the wings and shoot for them directly. I see your point, though.
I did just play a TDM with a buddy and this bot took about 6 rail shots and at least as many plasma volleys without being healed, and was still fully functional.

Thanks again very much.
iMaxinator75
1 year ago
Ha xD

Thanks everyone very much :)

Sad thing is, eventually I have to destroy it because time is too delicate... *sigh*

JDMasterKenobi
1 year ago
Ohh with this thing we don't need roads!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Otheisis
1 year ago
Love it

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
gtstarwars
1 year ago
Cool practical artbot

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
iMaxinator75
1 year ago
Thank you it's what i shoot for :)
W4RM3CH4N1C
1 year ago
Taps flux capacitor "Yep, she's a beauty" :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
iMaxinator75
1 year ago
The way I see it, if you're going to travel through time, why not do it with some style?
W4RM3CH4N1C
1 year ago
Yeah man, and a nice stylish lil bot this is too - great work :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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