Practical Robot

The Ranger

Rail Mech added 2 years ago

Rail, ind, nano, booster mech

-excellent clearance and strong mounting on all components
-internal hover and booster module, fully enclosed
-rods join middle section to shotgun (shotgun also connected to legs) and outer layers (+rodforce on other components)
-nano for support
-compact yet very tanky chassis

Yes..its a shotgun rail mech... but its got a different layout c: With the new strafing mode, side mounted shotguns seem to me as a much more viable option. more compact component layout leaves more cpu for bulking up with armour, and in my opinion leaves a much cleaner chassis with less weakpoints. Feedback is appreciated ^^

Is on Crf under 'The Ranger' in case anyone wants to test it out

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Robot Statistics
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791
Comments
13
Ratings
12
Practical Rating
9.2
Creative Rating
9.1
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by piippiz9.0
Creative rating by piippiz7.0
Function rating by CavTrous8410.0
Creative rating by CavTrous849.5
Function rating by PROPH3T10.0
Creative rating by PROPH3T9.0
Function rating by Zalera9.0
Creative rating by Zalera9.5
Function rating by Comm9869.0
Creative rating by Comm9868.0
Function rating by swaggypanda2258.5
Creative rating by swaggypanda2259.0
Comments and Ratings
swaggypanda225
2 years ago
very nice, solid build on the gun mounts. seems like a strong solid build
Cons: the center seems weak, in comparison to the side part of the bot, especially since the power module takes up most of the inner space of the center "box" rails from a distance might be able to shoot that section off completely and leave you with half a bot, but most of the time this might not happen but that might still leave you with one less module, tahts also seems connected to the nano, radar, and jammer, so the damage might transfer.
this is what i can interpret based on the pictures, if you structured it / designed it otherwise let me know im wrong.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative1
WagonWheels
2 years ago
Yeah there are a few spots i wish to buff around the middle, especially that bottom nano, but it holds really well. Its hard to see, but rods stretch from the middle of the chassis to the shotguns on the back and front. I haven't had any problems with the middle section so far, but the nano is admittedly connected to a point on the booster module via a cube . I have a few plans to beef up the middle with more cpu, but for now, it holds together pretty well.
Comm986
2 years ago
A solid meta build

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
thanks dude ^^
Zalera
2 years ago

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
PROPH3T
2 years ago
Looks really bulky :D

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
smaller layout = more cpu for chunky armouring :)
CavTrous84
2 years ago
Hey WogonWheels i saw you in a game on RC i i can approve your mech is relly nice! ;) i like it

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
haha cheers dude ^^
piippiz
2 years ago
if you saw WogonWheels, it must be an imposter :o

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
CavTrous84
2 years ago
LMAO xD

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
piippiz
2 years ago
It looks gr7 m7.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
WagonWheels
2 years ago
thnx m9-1

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