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VulcanXplorer

Medic Cruiser added 1 year ago

This looks like it can handle pretty much any hostile environment, like volcanoes! So it's called VulcanXplorer!

8 nano constructors and 2 plasma devastators mean you can heal anyone anywhere around you and also spread some devastation.

I've been playing this for over a week now. It's very tanky, takes lots of damage and I've never been immobilized by losing wheels :)
The inside is filled with aerorods, so it's not as heavy as it looks.

In the video you can see the benefits of using a hover on a car. It never spins out. I climb up and down steep hills repeatedly. The hover prevents me from flipping when going off a cliff and landing upside down. I love it!

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Function rating by piippiz8.0
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piippiz
1 year ago
it's tough but not fatsts

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Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
funk_masta
1 year ago
style over essence my friend
piippiz
1 year ago
true.

I just don't understand that people like "normal robots" when you can literally build that's.. that you..um you had..you'd..you could.. you..you would you want.. y-you could do so..you..you'd do.. you could.. you want you..want them to do you so much that you could do anything?

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
funk_masta
1 year ago
you've had too much coffee or not enough lol
Coornio
1 year ago
It looks pretty good indeed. My only complaint here is that it seems to be so painfully slow, why is that?
funk_masta
1 year ago
I put a speedometer on it to check, it tops out at 153 on flat ground in elimination mode. the hover does sap the speed a bit. I try to stay with the main part of my team when I play this one since I can't really rush around the map, but it's fun to play and often gets me protonium crates.
Coornio
1 year ago
Hmm I see. The hover is over-encumbered so it slows down the whole bot because it can't act as a lift. That's a silly mechanic if i'm to be honest. I would much rather see hovers unable to lift themselves than slow down the whole bot, especially since wheels are the one doing the pulling in this case. Without it the bot should be fast enough to reach 200mph on top OC, but then you lose your flotation device. Decisions decisions..
funk_masta
1 year ago
btw totally agree with you about the mechanics of hovers on cars being silly
funk_masta
1 year ago
well, with wheels as they are now, I prefer to go a bit slower and have complete control rather than slide all over the place. After the last update messed with the wheels, I had to refit about 20 bot-cars with hovers

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