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Arch Cruiser

Ion Cruiser added 4 months ago

Well I made a Arch Cruiser for races and battle, it's tanky and tri forced underneath also all guns have mounts connected tho wheels, enjoy :3

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Practical Rating
7.1
Creative Rating
7.8
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Function rating by Typhlosion1306.5
Creative rating by Typhlosion1305.5
Function rating by LePrimeMehster7.0
Creative rating by LePrimeMehster8.0
Function rating by christianYETI7.0
Creative rating by christianYETI8.0
Function rating by Lorr155mle507.5
Creative rating by Lorr155mle508.0
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Lorr155mle50
4 months ago
Ions are good but long range weapon like loml or msmgs would works better
or add some block and place smgs on it
btw design is great

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
Techhunter
4 months ago
Thanks, I will try with different weapons :D
christianYETI
4 months ago
nice! needs a long ranged weapon (other than aeroflak) though...

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Techhunter
4 months ago
Will be done ^^
LePrimeMehster
4 months ago
Typhlosion is correct, generally, putting your wheels (especially if they are that big) that close together leads to them being broken off very easily with or without the rod connections that you used... which only make the design worse. You honestly would be better putting solid blocks there rather than rods, but if you must rodforce it, I would suggest putting slope blocks facing towards the center of the bot, and fitting whatever rods you can towards a core of the design. Again, being only five blocks wide doesn't help, but it would still help to redirect your connections towards the center of the bottom rather than the ends, where plasma can easily sniper them off.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Techhunter
4 months ago
Thanks for tip and advice
Typhlosion130
4 months ago
the areorods in the bottom only succeed in making the bot weaker. you're directly connecting the damage from one wheel side to the other much more directly and the weight you lighten off the load isn't even worth it because mega wheels already carry a ton of mass and it doesn't matter

Ratings 6.5 practical and 5.5 creative0
Techhunter
4 months ago
Thanks for tip

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