Practical Robot

The Snorpit

SMG Hover added 3 years ago
by Ackilles
Brown Apprentice

-531 Cubes
-Viable with all weapon types


The design features some triforcing, especially around the pilot. Fast and can take one hell of a beating before going down!

The best part of this build, is that it is viable at most tiers. I've tested it up through T8 with fantastic results averaging about 2 additional kills per game than I was getting with previous builds

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Robot Statistics
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Comments
9
Ratings
21
Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
7.0
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by 132hiro9.0
Creative rating by 132hiro9.0
Function rating by Gottchar4.0
Creative rating by Gottchar6.5
Function rating by Joshington8.0
Creative rating by Joshington7.0
Creative rating by 01001144.5
Function rating by 01001149.5
Function rating by JSU5.5
Creative rating by JSU5.0
Creative rating by Eltanin8.5
Creative rating by PyroSalamander7.5
Function rating by PyroSalamander7.5
Creative rating by WaspLV7.5
Function rating by WaspLV7.0
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku7.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku6.0
Function rating by Manjuel9.0
Creative rating by Manjuel8.5
Creative rating by Juvar236.5
Function rating by Juvar238.5
Comments and Ratings
M JSU
3 years ago
Some of those weapons need better reinforcing armour. :O

Ratings 5.5 practical and 5.0 creative0
Gottchar
3 years ago
The pics show prisms with an unused surface, therefore they can be tetras instead without losing connections. You ignore this and keep prisms for a nicer look. I never said you craft is slow, but it could be faster.

Ratings 4.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
Ackilles
3 years ago
Ah that makes sense, I'll swap them in
Gottchar
3 years ago
Too heavy and bad gun placement.

Ratings 4.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
kinglagalot
3 years ago
"too heavy"
MOST other people just use cubes and yet you are still saying using all prisms is still TOO HEAVY???
Gottchar
3 years ago
I tell people what is wrong with their builts and if they want I tell them why and how to do it better.

Do you want me to rate every built a 10 and say "very nice, solid built" like the majority on the page? Not my style.

Ratings 4.0 practical and 6.5 creative0
Ackilles
3 years ago
Nearly entirely made of half cubes with 6 hovers, it certainly isn't slow! The cube list is a very very rough estimate
132hiro
3 years ago
Amazing look and I like how it can be effective even with low cpu.

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Ackilles
3 years ago
Thanks! CPU can change based on which tier, T6 is difficult to fit jammers and additional guns on though without going over into T7

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