Practical Robot

Aura

Tesla Walker added 2 years ago

"Aura" is a pretty decent medic tank that can get to allies really quick. It does this by jumping, sliding across the ground for a little bit, and then jumping again. It goes fast because it does not lose momentum by using its walker legs to grip the ground. This method of getting around is only useful at around overclock level 3-4 + because it tends to catch the ground and flip over

This bot is really tanky, but because of this, the redundancy is, well, non-existent. It loses healing power after one nano gets blown off. This can be helped by having another medic with you to heal the guns you lose.

Also, This robot uses a really unique nano mounting technique I found myself. You put the nano disruptor down and the place a T10.1 plate right behind it, so that it covers the connection point and goes through the bottom of it.

Note: T5 Overwolf cubes show where all T10 thrusters are located.

T2 Green cubes show where the walker legs go.

T4 Orange cubes show where the Nano disruptors go.

T3 Cyan cubes are there to show you where the T10.1 plates go.

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Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
6.5
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Function rating by Nysion7.0
Creative rating by Nysion6.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna8.5
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.0
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VladimirEterna
1 year ago
Love your build man GG

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
Nysion
2 years ago
Overkill on foward thrust I'd say. I would advise getting some up and turning thrust instead.

Nice bot as a whole but not anything special to me.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 6.0 creative0
FRICKMYFRICKER
2 years ago
This medic uses lots of forward thrust, but that is to get to allies quicker.
AlaskaExus
2 years ago
not to burst your bubble the T10.1 trick was known before you

http://robocraftgarage.com/robot/bcdmowFL
FRICKMYFRICKER
2 years ago
"not to burst your bubble", but my technique is different than the one shown in that picture. If you took time to look at my picture of it, you would see the difference.

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