Practical Robot

Telvon Class Tank (MkIII)

SMG Hover added 3 years ago

A little T10 Hover-Tank...

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Robot Statistics
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1 114
Comments
2
Ratings
25
Practical Rating
7.6
Creative Rating
7.2
Last Updated
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Berandaro6.0
Creative rating by Berandaro4.0
Function rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by JSU6.5
Function rating by Joshington8.0
Creative rating by Joshington6.5
Function rating by WagonWheels7.5
Creative rating by WagonWheels8.0
Function rating by Eltanin8.5
Creative rating by StaticCharge5.5
Function rating by StaticCharge7.0
Creative rating by MegaBB7.5
Function rating by MegaBB8.5
Function rating by MadOrcGaming8.5
Creative rating by MadOrcGaming7.5
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku6.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku6.5
Function rating by Manjuel9.0
Creative rating by Manjuel8.0
Creative rating by Juvar237.5
Function rating by Juvar237.5
Creative rating by Esingar9.5
Function rating by Esingar10.0
Creative rating by VladimirEterna8.0
Function rating by VladimirEterna7.0
Comments and Ratings
WagonWheels
3 years ago
low level EP on the sides, exposed hovers, only 6 smgs with placement that looks troublesome for collisions at particular angles. It looks really sleek and all, but i cant imagine this bot going head on with another smg hover and winning too often. From what i saw in the video, it looks like you kept getting de-gunned after very little head on combat. I think this bot could benefit from just a few small alterations, mainly by swapping some of the smaller t7 EP for larger high level EP, covering those front hovers, and freeing up some cpu for gun redundancy. I hope this feedback is useful :)

Ratings 7.5 practical and 8.0 creative0
ZryCom
3 years ago
Yeah, you're absolutely right...
I don't really like this Bot and deconstructed it... now i wait for MegaBots and after that, I'll invest my money in another, more efficient bot...

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