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Aeroflak Mech added 1 month ago
by Dudzig
Brown Apprentice

Its a good robot, that can do damage at large ranges to flying enemies or do burst damage capturing a point at close range. It has some shields, and speed boosters to help too.

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Function rating by GallantPride8.5
Creative rating by GallantPride8.0
Function rating by Avestron5.5
Creative rating by Avestron4.0
Function rating by X_Bin3.5
Creative rating by X_Bin2.0
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Dudzig
1 month ago
Thanks for all the tips, as you can see, im a newbie at building robots, and i try not to copy... the big problem for me is money, i want to upgrade the flaks and the ION, i dont like the LOML that much... Overall i noticed that it was too much shield to that robot, and the reason to be wide is exactly what did you said avestron, is hard to put 2 flaks, i want to try make a new one, then later post it. Ty all
X_Bin
1 month ago
This Robot is extremely basic and compared to the robots of today it wouldn't be able to handle a fight. I wouldn't be surprised if it had a KDR of 0.5

Ratings 3.5 practical and 2.0 creative0
Avestron
1 month ago
It is less easy to assess a bot with no stats available - so I'll do what I can.

Yes there are similarities between your bot and that of GallantPride - and my advice to him also applies to this bot.

Looking at the bot, it strikes me that the main reason that you choose to present a wide frontal/ rear target to the enemy - is to cater for two flaks.

This would allow you to build 'thicker' but not wider, presenting a little less of a target.

It is unusual to see a top and bottom-mounted weapon system on a mech. Such is more common on flyers and maybe hovers.

You could save a lot of real estate by upping to the mega flak - and you could save space by shifting to twin LOMLs (or even one).

With top weapon real-estate saved, the 'shoulders' can move in - and this presents the option of side-mounting the ions - although you 'might' find it desirable to build a 1-2 block platform for the top weapons so that they are 'just' out of the way enough to place the Ions.

A comment on shielding: On a mech it 'can' be more effective to go fro brick armour. The use of a prop or two is actually an excellent substitute as they have a good area, are beefy and make you faster.

However if you do wish to stick with plates then consider using fewer. Try set the maximum for a non-mega at 4 plates as they 'can' get expensive CPU wise.

So thats my feedback. Looking forward to seeing the improvements in your next build.

Ratings 5.5 practical and 4.0 creative0
GallantPride
1 month ago
It's a nice robot but it looks similar to the one I made

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
X_Bin
1 month ago
I think all block spams look similar so no offense he didn't copy off you this is just a common thing(Brick Builds)

Ratings 3.5 practical and 2.0 creative0

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