Practical Robot

T2 Apache II

Plasma Hover added 2 years ago

Presenting my first "competitive remake" of a shop bot, something I hope to do with them all.
The idea behind it is to use the same main components (Radar, 5 T2 hover, 4 T3 plasma and 2 T3 plates in this case.), same cpu and preferably being at the tier's cap for RR.
With those requirements in place, I then proceed to change the shape and location of components, Tri-forcing where need be.

The flags are meant to be the vapor trails, and the nameplate replaces the flag.
As with the original, this uses T1 and T2 armor for chassis, and glass for a windshield.

In terms of performance, this does rather well for such low cpu. The front plates can tank tap-fire SMG with ease and being bottom-heavy makes it hard to flip. All key locations are tri-forced, making it very rare to lose multiple components at once.
The redundant hover blade helps me move as normal once damaged.

The 4 plasma put out plenty of DPS and their arcs are fine. The only issue I have with this build is myself; a person who's really bad at using long range plasma.

All pictures expect the thumbnail one were taken before various small tweaks of triforcing and lightening the bot.

Total cube count is correct but number of each armor cube type is estimated.

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Practical Rating
7.0
Creative Rating
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Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by mestmaker7.0
Function rating by mestmaker8.0
Function rating by Mark9.0
Creative rating by Mark8.0
Function rating by JSU7.5
Creative rating by JSU6.0
Creative rating by AmericanDragons8.0
Function rating by AmericanDragons6.5
Creative rating by Rinthallion7.5
Function rating by Rinthallion6.5
Creative rating by pmlg87456.5
Function rating by pmlg87456.0
Creative rating by Manjuel7.5
Function rating by Manjuel7.5
Function rating by necr0tix10.0
Creative rating by necr0tix10.0
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necr0tix
1 year ago
♪~ ᕕ(ᐛ)ᕗ

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Mark
2 years ago
I re-rated 9/10

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
AmericanDragons
2 years ago
Do I see a new robot series treading?

Ratings 8.0 creative and 6.5 practical0
Nysion
2 years ago
You do indeed. That being said, there's other things I want to build, and I don't always have the time.
AmericanDragons
2 years ago
I dont know why poeple dont like this though! I think its creative!

Ratings 8.0 creative and 6.5 practical0
Mark
2 years ago
come on what is that? but for noobs its good

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Nysion
2 years ago
The idea of this build was to remake the T2 Apache into a more competitive bot while using the same components and cpu.
Mark
2 years ago
ow sry but the IDEA is not ORIGINAL

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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