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C3's Ares Mk3 (Very Broken)

Tesla Flier added 1 year ago

Third Model of my Ares series and first submission to Robocraft Garage.
FEATURES
13x MK10 Tesla blades
5x MK10 smgs
4x MK10.7 Ep Shields

The Ares series are built to with stand a ton of damage and keep flying.
The Ares Mk3 can be flown at 4% (1 rudder remaining) while maintaining Full maneuverability with some minor loss to speed.
At 3% and lower you will lose some directional control but can maintain flight in a desired direction. I have survived at 0% a few times with only 1 thruster remaining in the traditional ejector seat fashion.

The way this bot works is that "ALL" the core flight components are attached directly to the cockpit while the Teslas, Smgs, redundant thrusters and Shields rout the damage away from the pilot.
Thus giving the bot extreme durability and redundancy while maintaining nearly flawless control anywhere from 99% down to 4%. (YES I SAID 4%)

There a few exemptions where you can lose control of the bot. If you manage to lose both rudders some how the bot becomes hard to control or while being repaired from low health the bot will go crazy during the first 30% of the repair process.

Unlike most teslas, the Ares Mk3 rotates and drifts around its core.
So at first the controls will feel different but are very easy to master.
With the Ares you can out tank, out maneuver, out gun and out melee every tesla on the market I have come in contact with.. aside from the Pterois..

The Ares Mk3 is currently on the market and can be found easily by searching C3's. The current bot on the CRF has vapor trails and isn't very stealthy but ill be posting the one in the screen shots using teir 2 blocks instead for balance.

Again this is my first post so I would love to know what you think about the bot. Also if you have any tips for making the bot better I would love to hear them.

The flight core was borrowed from G17's Dragonfrost design, though I don't know who the original designer of it is.

Cube Manager info is not accurate as I don't know where to add aerorods.

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Function rating by MFDreamless10.0
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Function rating by W4RM3CH4N1C10.0
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W4RM3CH4N1C
1 year ago
GREAT bot, nice to see someone realising there is more to the bot than teslas and, that the fact teslas are so often shot at first baffles me how others don't isolate them more! Awesome sauce, most likely gonna go rent this one hehe

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
C3sgarage
1 year ago
Thanks xD Mk4 is now on the shop and its twice as easy to control with only one tesla less and 50% more durability in both smg and nano gun form.
C3sgarage
1 year ago
There is a medic version in the CRF as well.
MFDreamless
1 year ago
Is it in shop in healer version? Can I try it out? I am a big fan of tesla healers

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
C3sgarage
1 year ago
Not at the moment, only the smg version. I think I could make a few changes though to fit the nanos :). All my bots can be found by searching C3's I'll send ya a message once I upload a medic version.
MFDreamless
1 year ago
That will be great!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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