Practical Robot

The Bronze Phalanx

SMG Cruiser added 3 years ago

Alright so this creation came as the brainchild from a few cool ideas and mechanics I've been wanting to try out. Now that I have tried it out, it has been battle tested and the jury's out because ladies and gentlemen: this guy however ugly it may be is a beast, like seriously it just stomps through the competition.

So my goal when i made this was to make a SMG tank without any weak spots, because tanks with a tiered gun design have a varying thickness across the face of it making some parts very strong and others thin. To combat this I instead made it a single thickness, which normally would create an issue with gun coverage and their hitbox's getting in each others way, so I gave it a slant. The slant allows me to maintain a consistent base so that each section is equally strong and maintain gunfire even if the target is point blank, but it also allows for greater protection for the front tires.

Now where this design becomes really interesting is the 'chain mail' triforce design which consists of 2 independent prism layers on top (the top layer also has the skirting) both of whom never touch, which creates this cool effect of damage dispersing across the top of the bot rather then through to the core, and since there is 2 layers on top of the base layer all of which are not connected (apart from a few strong points) it means the opponent truly has to kill the entirety of the tank and not just a portion. And of course all the guns are disconnected from the chain mail layers and instead is connected to the base making it the last thing to die. (See in game pics)

Pros
-Exceedingly tanky
-Suprisingly mobile
-Can take hits and still maintain peak dps
-Low wide body offers great stability
-Excels in close and long range

Cons
-Light rear means heavy braking can be dangerous
-Only 4 tires so keep them safe
-So ugly its own mother doesn't want it

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Practical Rating
8.1
Creative Rating
5.0
Last Updated
3 years ago
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necr0tix
2 years ago

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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