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Tortoise

SMG Tank added 2 years ago

smg quad-track tank

-Heavy chassis (around 900 cubes)
-excellent gun clearance
-12 gun redundancy
-4 track redundancy
-split core
-tracks aren't connected to each other

this bot is basically a substitute mega :P. Can take around 3 rails before loosing a track, and snipers have a very hard time immobilizing this bot as the tracks aren't connected to one another. The large cube mass and redundancy make this bot very ideal for 1v1 even with megas, and with a medic on your side you are basically invincible.

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Robot Statistics
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557
Comments
15
Ratings
13
Practical Rating
9.4
Creative Rating
8.2
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Goldwizard6810.0
Creative rating by Goldwizard684.0
Function rating by Lkz05so9.0
Creative rating by Lkz05so8.5
Creative rating by Ratbag468.5
Function rating by Ratbag468.5
Function rating by CompletelyCaleb10.0
Creative rating by CompletelyCaleb10.0
Function rating by Searz8.0
Creative rating by Xaphiar10.0
Function rating by Xaphiar10.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna9.0
Creative rating by VladimirEterna3.0
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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
Love your build man GG

Ratings 9.0 practical and 3.0 creative0
Searz
2 years ago
Pretty good.
Not the best use of space, but overall very solid.

Ratings 8.0 practical0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
yeah, might have been better to make it longer rather than wider, but i just wanted something simple and with excellent gun clearance. It is just so frustrating when half the shots clip :P
Searz
2 years ago
Yes indeed. Gun clearance is quite important in general.
Having 24 guns isn't very useful when half of them clip :D

Ratings 8.0 practical0
CompletelyCaleb
2 years ago
10/10 I'm gonna make it. :D

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
sounds good dude, hope it brings you many awesome games :)
Ratbag46
2 years ago
Those exposed treads in the rear seem like a liability in higher ocl, especially against bombers. I like the front armor and good on gun redundancy, the damage output is pretty standard as there are no tx-1 weapons and I could see this thing maybe taking on a starter mega, but not many other than those.

Ratings 8.5 creative and 8.5 practical0
Goldwizard68
2 years ago
How does it handle to tesla in the back?

Ratings 10.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
dunno, i never let it happen >:)
Goldwizard68
2 years ago
so it has a fast spin-rate?

Ratings 10.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
yeah, but i also have radar, so i detect most enemies before they get close anyway. Either way the bot has enough armor and redundancy to at least keep moving after a tesla ram from the back
Goldwizard68
2 years ago
then u get a full function rating!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
life = complete. point scabbing lvl up !
ty :)
Goldwizard68
2 years ago
guess what i managed to lvl up just afta u did !

Ratings 10.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
Goldwizard68
2 years ago
welcs
:)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 4.0 creative0

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