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Coyote v.2

Rail Copter added 1 year ago

This bot is a fliying sniper, so obviously is not going to be as effective as the actual snipers with mech legs because of the flak power, but it can be very annoying if it doesn't get detected, and to provide it with great stealthiness, it has 4 radar jammer, and a great fliying speed.
It is equipped with 4 snipers, but can afford having more. The back section, where I have incorporated nanos, is a versatile section, and you can incorporate there the weapon you prefer, from more little weapons to be poky, to a missile launcher if you have more level than me, or a power booster.
The perfect version of this bot for me , being level 150, would have a power booster at the top, and a couple more snipers.

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Practical Rating
6.5
Creative Rating
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Creative rating by Zentro_Catson8.5
Function rating by piippiz6.5
Creative rating by piippiz10.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.0
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Zalera
1 year ago

Ratings 9.0 creative0
Zalera
1 year ago

Ratings 9.0 creative0
piippiz
1 year ago
super cool design, but there are flaws in the functionality, like the flashlights, they have the hp of 1 cube, and the cpu of 10 cubes, so they just weaken your build, voluntarily increasing cpu and giving absolutely nothing in return. Also, the chassis is very slim, it can't be very durable. the radar jammers are kinda like headlights, barely no function, and they have bad hp/cpu. Same about those smallest rudders. also to avoid flak explosion, it could have an insect leg that attaches to the ground every time you descend close to the ground enough, or if you are over a mountain.

One does not simply build a copter without missiles on it. xD

don't go changing the build based on my comment though, it looks awesome.

Ratings 6.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
TheBigCommander
1 year ago
To be honest in this copter funcionality was pretty secondary, I builded the hull to make it look nice and then added the weapons.
I added the flashlights cause I didn't have cpu left to equip something like missiles.
I am not changing this one because I did it in 30 minutes or something and it was meant to be pretty and at least be capable to fire xD , but the practical tips are one of the main reasons for me to join this community, cause I love building badass things , but I Know a very little about functionality in this game, in my opinion there is not much content about it on youtube , so I'll be pleased to learn all this community can offer me while I enjoy this Wonderful game!
piippiz
1 year ago
most of the information is outdated, that you can find elsewhere. There are also hidden numbers that are not mentioned in the tooltips, like barrier protection and resistivity or something like that.

because this game is an early access, and updates almost every week, a lot of info easily goes outdated.

Ratings 6.5 practical and 10.0 creative0
Zentro_Catson
1 year ago
This copter looks really cool! Keep going with this, great job!

Ratings 8.5 creative0
TheBigCommander
1 year ago
Thanks! It May look very messy because of all the rods , but in game looks better :D
Zentro_Catson
1 year ago
I don't think they look that messy. My copter looks a little similar to yours, and it has way more rods on it! Rods are great for triforcing, and BTW, make the gun "pods" be connected by multiple rods instead of just one. It really helps!

Ratings 8.5 creative0
TheBigCommander
1 year ago
Oh thanks for the tip! Ill do it, It Will definetelly give the weapons more durability

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