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Blood Lust

Plasma Bomber added 7 months ago

Intro;
This is one of the older bots I have in my garage. I look a break from robot craft around 2016. I just came back to the game so I decided to edit and improve this robot.

History;
This bot was originally a tier 5 bomber back when tiers were still around and I improved it into a tier ten and the bot proved to be both durable and powerful. I uploaded this bot into the robot shop a long time ago and it reached the top 10 most bought robots. This latest model I added a proto seeker for air to air combat and replaced the smaller thrusters with larger ones. In addition to this some of the flaws in tryforcing were fixed.


Specifications;
The robot uses 6 sets of internal rudders to control it. The rudders are laid in3 sets of two pairs. Some of the rudders are in the backward orientation as it improves flight stability when some are lost. The rudders are covered completely by a layer of rods as they are lightweight and protect the wings well from damage. Due to its size and triforcing the robot is extremely hard to take out of the sky and will remain flying at very low amounts of health. Its weapon set consists of 4 max level plasma cannons that allow it to do a large amount of damage. In addition to this, it has a proto seeker mounted to the front to allow it to combat small nippy aircraft as plasmas are ill-suited for the task. The robot is designed to be able to take a lot of rail shots as try forcing redirects the damage and the sheer amount of blocks allows it to absorb large amounts of rocket fire. Because the wings are covered it can take some aero flack shots before losing control.


Shameless advertising;
This bot is available in the robocraft garage under the tag Blood lust
If interested I would love if anyone would purchase it as I believe it is an enjoyable robot to play.


Tldr;
The bot uses a total of 13 rudders for flight and is powered by thrusters. It is tryforced and the wings are protected by rods. It uses 4 plasma launchers and a proto seeker.


End;
Please leave a comment about what you think. Any criticism will be taken into consideration for future improvement of this robot and will be highly appreciated. Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day

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christianYETI
7 months ago
just awesome!

Ratings 7.5 practical and 10.0 creative0

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