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Frigate Transciendance

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Frigate Transciendance is a Megabot.

**SHIP BACKSTORY**
First put into service in the year 2148, The Transciendance is the Lead Frigate of the CF Alliance, Originally designed with the defense of Earth in mind during the conflict with E-14 it was quickly redeployed to Mars to deal with the Drone Invasion, Leading a fleet of D-16 Cruisers and Odin Heavy Frigates they fought for 3 Weeks straight losing countless D-16's to the enemy but ultimately succeeded at the cost of Frigate Commander Orcus' Death. The Transciendance took severe damage during the fight and took 3 Years to repair, The mechanics originally stated that it would take 6 Years but due to the war between the CF-Alliance and E14 reaching new highs they halted production of all Odin's and focused on repairing the Transciendance.
The Frigate alongside the rest of the CF-Alliance fleet stormed E14's stronghold at Birmingham Power Station almost losing the entire fleet, All that remained was Frigate Transciendance and 14 Odin Heavies, Storming the central core was their goal, During the charge towards the Core they encountered The E14 Leader aboard their Fleet's Flagship, "Truth". The ship was Destroyed by the hands of the Acting Transciendance Commander, 'Zeta'. Returning to the CF Spacestation Zeta was granted the CF-Alliance's highest honor for his actions in battle and was granted the rank of Fleet Commander.

**ARSENAL**
2x Ultra Heavy T-Class Nuke Cannon
1x Drill-beam Cannon
4x Mk.2 Anti-Air Platform "Aeroflak"
4x Prototype Targeted Missile Launcher
2x Shard Missile Silo
8x Automated Laser Platform

**SPECS**
- T63-Class Warp Drive
- 96,300 Horsepower Solar-Powered Engine (x6)
- Dual Command Centres
- Critical Self-Destruct System
- CF-Atomic Central Core
- Self-Reloading Drill-Beam Cannon

**DESIGN PORTFOLIO**
The T-Class Cannons on her sides give her exceptional area-clearing potential and the Drill Beam Cannon on her head allows her to bore through solid bedrock to reach a destination.
She comes fully loaded with 8 Automated Laser Platforms, 2 Missile Silos located on her head, Anti-Air Platforms to deal with Drones and Targeted Missile Systems for Long Range engagements.

**ACTUAL BOT INFORMATION**
This was the first design i wanted to put a backstory to, Basically the story portrays how it was designed to act as a Flagship for the CF and provide firepower E14 couldn't match, It was originally going to be deployed to Earth to help fight off E14's feeble attempts to take the CF's stronghold but was dispatched to Mars to deal with the Thruster Stick and Drone problem.
Story behind me, I'd like to talk about the actual design.
It's fragile, VERY Fragile. It was built as an experiment to see how much health i could stick on a bot and still make it look decent. This was also my first attempt at making cosmetic cannons, They aren't real of course but i tried to make them as close to the image in my head as i could.
It can climb walls by the way, Did i mention that?

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Creative Rating
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Creative rating by bobeksmrodek8.0
Function rating by Silhohen7.0
Creative rating by Silhohen8.0
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Silhohen
4 months ago
Not much flow on the design, lots of shaping but its all separate :P
Rod spam works but not an advanced technique that CAN be countered :P

There's alot of un-used space :P

Ratings 7.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
bobeksmrodek
4 months ago
Not sure what is that supposed to be but looks interesting xd

Ratings 8.0 creative0

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