Practical Robot

The Vendetta

SMG Tank added 1 year ago
by RZ2000
White Novice

Behold the almighty Vendetta! This bot was a prototype to test out good weapon combos. After testing, decided to massively improve the armor and firepower even more. With the internals borrowed from a flyer and armor shaped off another design i saw, the Vendetta was born

Weapons: This beast packs a huge punch, 12 SMGs 1 rail and 2 nanos.

SMGs are the main weapons, fantastic choice for the close range brawls that the Vendetta calls home.
The railgun is the secret weapon that allows this robot to delete any mega weapon and very heavily damaged others. All it takes is one bolt and any robots starts to have second thoughts
The 2 nanos are for healing allies and for supporting big pushes. You can stay in front while healing allies behind you.

Speaking about taking hits

Armor: Every cube that you can see is not attached to any track or gun, all of the armor is just for show (and what a show) THe armor can hold up to all kinds of damage, with the squishy core hidden under layers of armor. The core is placed at the rear, fear not though, it is still a challenge

Movement: The movement of the Vendetta is strange to say the least. The Vendetta makes use of 4 Bison tracks, not the bigger, more impressive ones. This is to allow for the bot to take far more damage until it is rendered immobile. This robot moves at a modest 120 kph at oc 1. At oc 14. it can move at a stunning 230 kph. Not the fastest robot, but certainly no slouch

Strengths:
Feels like driving a brick into battle
High redundancy allows for 3-4 guns at 20% left
Can harass and weaken targets with railgun
Can support up to 13 SMGs and up to 2 nanos
Can fill in for many roles (support, tanks, ADC)
Guns and tracks all separate from armor
Great front armor

Weaknesses:
Plasma can burrow through layered armor
No electroplates
High priority target
Very weak rear
Feels like driving a brick into battle
Has to turn all the way around to use nanos

Summary:
overall, the vendetta fills in a key role in the team, a tank. You can absorb tons of damage while keeping the guns firing. While not as tanky as a landship, its armor is more than enough to take any amount of damage. Also the Vendetta can use plasmas in the place of SMG as well as fit nanos if support is important.

Currently in CRF as ‘The Vendetta’ minus the quotes

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LetsDoIt291
1 year ago
Certainly tanky unless they can get to the tracks then you may get immobilized quite fast, would be slow which is in my opinion the worst downside to it, other than that great redundancy probably can 1v1 almost any ground units like you said it has issues with plasma,rockets are also probably a weakness especially if they get you from above which could take out multiple weapons at once. So likely not good with moving air units. Overall great ground vehicle.

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