Creative Robot

34k Medic Helicopter

Tesla Copter added 1 year ago

Original Design created by me, the one and only YMSYungPotato. The design is still in progress. The shields on the left and right sides protect the main body against enemy fire. The back rotor is one block down to save space and have them slightly overlap. There is only one T6 Nanotech Disruptor because i didn't have enough RP, although if you have the funds there is room for four T6 Nanotech Disrptors (from the pictures I only had 152 RP). The shields also protect the main thrusters, pilot, radar, and the back rotor. The play style of this Medic Helicopter is to stay close to your teammates (thus the shields being higher up rather than down to protect the body against smg, plasma, etc.), ideally at a couple higher than the ones being healed, and same level to the enemy. There has yet to be any front, back, or bottom shields.

Favorites 0
Robot Statistics
Views
587
Comments
1
Ratings
4
Practical Rating
6.3
Creative Rating
6.8
Last Updated
1 year ago
View Ratings

Robot Ratings

Function rating by Spacecam8.5
Creative rating by Spacecam8.5
Creative rating by WizardStark5.0
Function rating by WizardStark4.0
Share this Robot
Direct link to this robot
Embed robot info on your website
Comments and Ratings
WizardStark
1 year ago
It could certainly be updgraded to be better, firstly-when u have money- use on tier shielding, thicken body (a rail just loves 3block sausage) and then u should also be able to place more nanos. If u are using those mknanos and rotors, best to bring armor up maybe just to mk 4
.Also- use 3 rotors preferably, atm you'll be shot down quickly.

Ratings 5.0 creative and 4.0 practical0

Constructive Points

Constructive points are what you get when other users mark your reviews (comment+ratings) as constructive.

When should you mark a review as constructive though?

If you answer yes to at least three of these questions you should definitely mark it as constructive; is the review..

  1. friendly?
  2. helpful?
  3. encouraging?
  4. well structured?
  5. fair relative to the CPU used?

Why do I want these points?

After receiving X amount of points you will get a chance of being promoted to "trusted reviewer". This promotion is done by a moderator if (s)he thinks your comment and rating behaviour is reasonable.

Trusted reviewer?

As a trusted reviewer you no longer need to write a comment when rating a robot. If you add a comment you will receive extra points. Trusted reviewer is not necessarily permanent, continous bad behaviour or lack of comments might get you demoted.

Constructive Voting

Hey, seems like you're about to place your first constructive vote. That's awesome! I just wanted to inform you a bit about it before you jump into voting though. You can vote on any comment accompanied with a rating as a "Constructive Review". This will give the reviewer a "Constructive Point".

When should I vote a comment as constructive though?

If you answer yes to at least three of these questions you should definitely vote it as constructive; is the review..

  1. friendly?
  2. helpful?
  3. encouraging?
  4. well structured?
  5. fair relative to the CPU used?

Why do one want these points?

After receiving about 100 total amount of votes the user will get a chance of being promoted to "Approved Reviewer". This promotion is done by a moderator if (s)he thinks your comment and rating behaviour is reasonable.

Approved Reviewer?

As an approved reviewer you no longer need to write a comment when rating a robot. If you add a comment you will receive extra points. Approved reviewer is not necessarily permanent, continous bad behaviour or lack of comments might get you demoted.

Ok, got it! I want to place my vote now.
  • 1 items
1 page