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The Dancer

Tesla Flier added 2 years ago

BRIEF:

A medic bot which strong point is the speed and the mobility, however, it is weak. It is designed to maintain the horizontality.

THIS BOT IS THE KING OF THE MOVEMENT!!!! :D
(do not forget to watch the video)
The video is not at combat, because my pc cant record while combat, but I invite you to test it. You will see yourself at the top 3 of the most of games.

TECHNICAL:

The ship can be built easily from the images.

The key to maintaining stability is to keep the symmetry (in weight) between the tail and the nose and between the left and right side. For example, T1 and T2 blocks on the tail of the ship are to offset the weight of the T2 and T3 engines, which are in the nose. Consider this if you want to make changes to the design.

add to components:
+2 aero rod short mk10

ADVICES:

We must harness the speed of the ship to repair at the base (or at a nearby medic) frequently if necessary, as it is a boat that can quickly lose stability if it is damaged in excess or if damaged in key issues such as rudders . Fortunately, it is a boat that can return to the base even if it has suffered much damage (with a bit of driving skill), because even though the ship may become unstable, you can always move.

The ship does not support direct fire: always seek coverage, and if there is none, always keep moving frantically (up, down, in circles and back and forward). This is called "The Dancer" by something. This comes in handy against rails and bombers.

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Practical Rating
9.9
Creative Rating
9.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by swaggypanda2259.5
Function rating by swaggypanda2257.0
Creative rating by joefoe35799.0
Function rating by joefoe35799.5
Function rating by StationaryWind10.0
Creative rating by StationaryWind9.5
Function rating by Casanueva201510.0
Creative rating by Casanueva201510.0
Function rating by _DarkMind_10.0
Creative rating by _DarkMind_10.0
Function rating by Otheisis10.0
Creative rating by Otheisis9.5
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Otheisis
1 year ago
I like balanced bot :3

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Casanueva2015
2 years ago
Wooooooooooooow

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
but from the video, i would say this bot has amazing movement abilities.

Ratings 9.5 creative and 7.0 practical0
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
y do u have random lower tier blocks

Ratings 9.5 creative and 7.0 practical0
xisecga
2 years ago
"The key to maintaining stability is to keep the symmetry (in weight) between the tail and the nose and between the left and right side. For example, T1 and T2 blocks on the tail of the ship are to offset the weight of the T2 and T3 engines, which are in the nose."

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