Practical Robot

Shrike

General Robot added 1 year ago

even thrust gatling, booster, nano, radar choppa thing

-centred up and down thrust to maintain balance
-rotors evenly distributed for the wieght
-centre off mass has majority of weight (again for more balance)
-loads of thrust for snappy controls
-nano and radar snuck in to the ends ^^
-booster module buried inside
-Lightweight cubes for more speed

Wanted to make a more evenly balanced choppa that could take the weight of the 2x gatling combo and came up with this. It is compact af considering all the tech. Loads of rodforcing make it a tough bot to split. has thruster for every direction, so you can get out of most situations, even play as a sled if you loose your rotors.

Has a few wierd problems with flipping when not using tilt controls on camera steering(because freejam physics), but works fine when it is on. Also flys very smoothly in keyboard controls. Feedback is appreciated ^^

On the CRF under the name Shrike

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Practical Rating
9.6
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Otheisis9.5
Creative rating by Otheisis9.5
Creative rating by Comm9868.0
Function rating by Comm9869.5
Function rating by ColdSnow10.0
Creative rating by ColdSnow10.0
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ColdSnow
1 year ago
cool m8 ! hope we can platoo some day

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
WagonWheels
1 year ago
later today maybe ?
Otheisis
1 year ago
Looks terrifying

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative1
WagonWheels
1 year ago
thanks :) cosmetics are now added
http://imgur.com/a/vZWG3
Otheisis
1 year ago
Yay , it looks better

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative1

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