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Phobos

Plasma Drone added 6 months ago

This is the second drone I made. Armored helium.

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Practical Rating
6.3
Creative Rating
9.8
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Function rating by hinokapan10.0
Creative rating by hinokapan10.0
Function rating by jopie1102.5
Creative rating by jopie1109.5
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jopie110
6 months ago
This drone looks good! You actually tried to give it a nice shape where most other drones are just boxes. I liked it so much that I decided to give it a try.

Functionality is a different story. It's slow, thrusters are mounted to the outer shell (which makes it vulnerable), it has trouble getting altitude and the side mounted lasers make it hard to do effective dmg with them.
Ofcourse, this is only your second drone so nobody expects it to be perfect.

I suggest mounting your thrusters and rudders to a 'core' that's seperated from the armour, with only a few connections to the outside. Try to build it out of slopes as much as you can, you did this to a degree but it also has quite few full cubes which makes it slower than it should be.
Hope this is useful feedback, good luck with your next one!

Ratings 2.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Trojanhorse
6 months ago
Thank you for the great report! I tried to improve this!
hinokapan
6 months ago
cool.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
jopie110
6 months ago
I'd rate this but I can't find it on the CRF.
Does it use camera or keyboard controls?

Ratings 2.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Trojanhorse
6 months ago
Oh, I'm going to upload this to CRF. Keyboard control.

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