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Dragon Mk15 + Dragon Classic

Plasma Bomber added 2 weeks ago

Unfortunately, Robocraft Garage is coming to an end. I want to thank all the people who uploaded their amazing creations here, because without you the Robocraft community would have been a lot more dull. I used to watch this site before I got an account when I was a total newbie to Robocraft back when I first got it, only a few weeks after Full Spectrum Combat was added. The designs showcased in this are the old and the new, an evolution of one of the longest series of robots I have.

The Dragon series has always been the mainstay of my lineup since the very first model. The Mk15, the one shown in the thumbnail, is the latest model and arguably the best. It's reasonably fast, extremely durable and very, very agile. Armed with four T4 lasers for attacking other aircraft, and 9 T4 plasmas to attack ground targets. I'm proud of this design, even though it's definitely nothing groudbreaking, and I hope it is useful for at least some people here.

The Classic dragon, shown in the last few screenshots, is the very first version of this series of bombers. It was created after my friend who I used to play with bought a low tier bomber plane from the shop to play with me when I was new. I built this plane inspired by that design, and have kept it ever since. On the outside it is identical to when it was first made, but on the inside it has been rodforced to make it more durable. I still would not reccomend using it, as it is still a very old design that is no longer effective since you can go up to 2000CPU in tier 1, and it's only just under 900CPU, meaning it's really really small.

I hope you enjoy these designs. If you want them, their names are "Dragon Mk15 and "Dragon Classic" on the workshop. The Mk15 uses vapour trail cosmetics, so it may be unavailable to buy for some if you don't have the standard and double vapour trail.

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Function rating by Manicminer69.0
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Luke20055
2 weeks ago
Neat, smooth and sleek design. Blocks line up well and the colour scheme works nicely with the build. Cool :D

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
Manicminer6
2 weeks ago
I always love to see how creatures evolve, this one can now rest in peace at it's final form^^

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0

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