Practical Robot

Dr. Blacksmith

Medic Walker added 7 months ago
by FryoKnight
White Novice

A build that I have been playing around with. Started with me wanting to build something around a EMP and Power Module I was lucky enough to get and evolved from their.
This Robot's main purpose is to follow more tankier allies, and provide them with heal recovery. The Tesla Blades and Railgun are mainly for Self-Defence.
The EMP also helps the player with disabling annoying (or unsuspecting) enemies, or to force them out of cover for your allies to get at them.

This being said, this bot is almost exclusively a Support Tank, and should never wander to far from allies unless you are able to find safety quickly.





P.S. Sorry, I forgot exactly how many of each Chassis blocks I used, so I guessed when putting them in here. ^-^"
P.P.S. Also, EMP Module isn't on here... So yeah...

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Practical Rating
7.8
Creative Rating
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Function rating by BRindustries8.0
Creative rating by BRindustries6.5
Function rating by piippiz7.5
Creative rating by piippiz6.5
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piippiz
7 months ago
2 modules raise this robot to a very high battle rank, and makes it quite weak. The idea is good, but it just doesn't work well enough.

You don't have to use cube manager, since there's the CRF if people want your robot.
The cube manager is an old thing, from back when people had to build robots from tutorials or from scratch. It has not been updated with all new cubes, so it's frustrating to use anyway.

Just list the CPU amount on the robot data tab, and mention hidden parts that we can't see, like modules, a hoverblade or thruster, or triforced/layered armor.

Ratings 7.5 practical and 6.5 creative1
FryoKnight
7 months ago
I will admit that this bot is rather fragile, but, as I stated in the description, it is meant to be more of a Support bot compared to an anything else. I have had some pretty good play with this bot, though it is most likely because I, being the one that built it, knows it's limitations and strengths.
With most matches I have played in with this bot, I tend to have the highest score (mostly from repair, spotting, and the occasional kill), and the only time I've lost a match is when the team is disorganized and scattered.

Ah... Well, that would explain it. I only been playing Robocraft for about 2 weeks now, and don't know the older system. ^-^"
BRindustries
7 months ago
Hehe, looks cute. :3 It sure is an intersting arsenal, might try it out sometime.

Also a tip, having one or two Wasp lasers on a build like this does wonders :3
For 20 CPU you can keep up a decent amount of damage with very little power usage, and they can fit almost anywhere. :3

(though on this build it might be bit tricky :T )

Ratings 8.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
FryoKnight
7 months ago
Thank you. ^-^ You'd be amazed about how effective this little bot can be if played right. :3

And to be honest, I was thinking about sticking some Wasps long the undercarriage, but at the time I originally built this bot, I had used all the available CPU (the pictures were taken at a later time).

And if you do decided to try it out, just keep in mind that you will most likely be playing a support for a tanker bot (I tend to follow Mechs around), and sometimes pegging Flyers with the Railgun or nomming on unsuspecting bots with the Teslas.

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