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SMG Cruiser added 2 months ago

†‡XaeboriX‡†


This is an example of what i thought cruisers would look like when the "new" Tier10 wheels were added... I was severely wrong...


Components:

8 Wheel (GeoTerrain)

13 SMG (Carbon6)

2 Rails (Erazer)



3,416 pFlops... Oh well, better luck next time i guess.

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Function rating by christianYETI8.0
Creative rating by christianYETI10.0
Function rating by Avestron8.5
Creative rating by Avestron10.0
Function rating by X_Bin8.5
Creative rating by X_Bin10.0
Creative rating by Zalera10.0
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Function rating by Micsso8.0
Creative rating by Micsso9.5
Function rating by llwReptileSUN10.0
Creative rating by llwReptileSUN10.0
Comments and Ratings
llwReptileSUN
1 month ago
Good job “grigerbest” ;p

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
1 month ago
Shh...^^
Micsso
1 month ago
Well, if I saw smth like that for the 1st time I would rate it higher. However, still looks nice

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Manicminer6
1 month ago
I know what you mean, something "forgotten" is coming soon, though.
X_Bin
2 months ago
That Looks awesome and at first glance i thought all the weapons were mega weapons until i noticed they all had a 1x1 connection point.

Btw why is the cockpit window behind the wheels that would obstruct the drivers view so much XD. I also like how you used edges/prisms to make diagonal blocks. I also like the coloring it reminds me of a tiger. Btw since the wheels are so exposed at the front couldn't someone just shoot all 4 wheels at the front off.

I really don't find this so practical if it was to go against mega bots. Mainly because it lacks a number of it's secondary. The 13 SMG is great but you would just run out of energy before you could kill like a 1500 CPU bot. But Just Noticing This is 3,416 CPU it's probably meant to battle smaller robots than enormous ones.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
It wasn't meant to fight Megabots or T10, I just wanted a bot that fits the huge size of the T10 wheels properly. As for the cockpit, i wanted it to look like eyes and the glass would be some kind of respiratory system but it can be whatever you want it to be really.
Zalera
2 months ago
I got tricked, it's not a megabot uuuh...
Hell yup... the driver probably can't see anything from his place... :/

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
There is no driver, these creatures are independent.
X_Bin
1 month ago
Uhm you mean Robots i dont think a computer is a creature

Ratings 8.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
1 month ago
Can't i have... An imagination?
X_Bin
1 month ago
I mean yeah but logically speaking it's just a computer in a computer.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
1 month ago
It can be whatever my mind says it is, and yours.
Avestron
2 months ago
Holy smokes! That is an impressive looking vehicle!

Loving the lines, both architecturally and cosmetically, and the whole bot has some serious attitude radiating off of it. you have also opened my eyes as to how curve blocks and slope blocks can actually look darn amazing together!

Well done! :c)

Ratings 8.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
Thanks for the ratings^^
christianYETI
2 months ago
i really like the design of the wheels in the middle front of the bot. nice job!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Manicminer6
2 months ago
Thanks there^^

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