Creative Robot

Asphodel

SMG Hover added 3 weeks ago

I think the pictures should do a pretty good description. I do regret not having premium colors and apologize for the pixels.

Movement:
13x Hover Blade 'Storm'
8x C6 Thruster 'Cheetah'

Armanent:
9x C6 Laser 'Disintegrator'

Stats
Cpu: 1,580
Damage Boost: 41.19%
Base Health: 1,773K
Health Boost: 52.98%
Base Speed:185mph
Speed Boost: 44.28%

Mass: 9,815Kg

Side Notes:
Goes more or less 260mph
Block core
Proper weight distribution
Adequate hover lift
On CRF

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Ratings
2
Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
8.5
Last Updated
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Function rating by X_Bin7.0
Creative rating by X_Bin8.5
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X_Bin
3 weeks ago
Hmm Great robot. The Cube cores are great at keeping your parts safe to a point. If that block core is destroyed though then your dead. I myself don't really like SMG on hovers because i like SMG better on a tank. Unless your trying to do some type of Hit and run than i would just do plasma or shotgun.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.5 creative0
Happyface2nd
3 weeks ago
Yes, it's definitely more fragile than land tanks. What it does well is capping and dps at medium range, as it has good gun redundancy, is extremely agile, and has hover stability. Cube cores can seem vulnerable, but they are good if they are attached to bottom armor. I tried adding shotguns, which seem to be a good addition. Thanks for the review!

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