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[Megabot] Goodbye Blue Sky

Aeroflak Cruiser added 1 month ago

Goodbye Blue Sky- The flak mega.
A megabot that uses wheels, it's similar in some ways to staircase megas. Except for one thing- it uses flak. With 8 Aeroflak Sentinels and 3 Aeroflak Guardians it's the ultimate way to annihilate and practically delete fliers. It has 8 Plasma Devastators as well for fighting ground robots and punishing crashed air bots. It has an EMP and a ghost module as well to stun enemies and hide. Though the wheels are not redundant or mega sized, it still moves fairly fast. Goodbye Blue Sky is a pun of "Mr. Blue Sky" (the song) and is what happens when you try to imagine the most overkill thing you can make to destroy an air bot.

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Practical Rating
7.7
Creative Rating
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Function rating by lukaszBiceps10.0
Creative rating by lukaszBiceps10.0
Function rating by Goldwizard684.5
Creative rating by Goldwizard684.0
Function rating by lightstorm6.0
Creative rating by lightstorm5.0
Function rating by benracer856.0
Creative rating by benracer855.5
Function rating by Silhohen10.0
Function rating by christianYETI8.0
Creative rating by christianYETI7.5
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christianYETI
1 month ago
LOL just leave the game if the enemy has no air people

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
Silhohen
1 month ago
Some1's had enough of air units xD

Ratings 10.0 practical0
ForbiddenUser
1 month ago
Rip Blu sky
Noodlewerfer
1 month ago
This was not really meant to be a practical mega, more of a mega meant to be as overkill as possible for destroying air units. The wheel mounts are mostly temporary as I only had four Geoterrain wheels to work with.
benracer85
1 month ago
interresting but it's no finish your bot. ^^

Ratings 6.0 practical and 5.5 creative0
lightstorm
1 month ago
Those wheel mounts are less than optimal; very fragile. Additionally they’re connected to each other, routing damage to each other. A plasma splash or two and the whole thing could be gone. You could have at least hid it with a hollow frame of armor. And forget that, you could filled in the entire thing and have many more wheels for redundancy and for greater carrying capacity, considering you have a great amount of excess CPU.

Try to make the arms more aesthetically pleasing with various building techniques, like the usage of various other cubes and rods to form patterns etc. This can help strengthen them, too.

Should protect the modules with more layers of armour.

Ratings 6.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
Goldwizard68
1 month ago
Honestly, where do I start. My apologies but prepare for harsh criticism.

You list this as an Air annihilator, I guess it does that but it severely lacks in ever other field:
Your wheel mounts are, simply put, pathetic: they are connected to the body via a few flimsy aerorods and are connected to the wheels ahead too; the wheels are also non-mega. It's like you're asking Plasma splash (which most air bots are equipped with nowadays) to leave you without movement.

The arm structures you used seem to be for purely aesthetic purposes as they are too slim and out of place to act as damage sinks or even protect the guns. The smaller flak variants(Which you have plenty) are again behind a single layer of Prism sheeting. This makes them very easy prey for rails.

Now the guns. Flaks will take out air yes, but how many custom megabot battles have you been in where you see in with heavy off-ground bot usage? You've added Plasma Devestators for ground combat, however they seem to be there as an afterthought. They're side mounted, making them hard to aim, in addition they're off to the far sides which makes it even harder to aim at anything in front of you, (also 10k energy is barely anything to work with for Plasma Devestators)

So, in conclusion, I don't know why the first commenter gave you a 10/10 in both categories.
Please watch some guides or others megas and try implementing armor to protect essential components like your wheels. Simple sheets of cubing around the aerorod might even prove to be effective. Try to get your guns to be a slight bit away from the front and make it so the first 2 layers reroute damage away from it. Maybe swap out 4 of your Flaks for Msmgs.
Get rid of those Plasmas if you need more CPU.

Ratings 4.5 practical and 4.0 creative1
lukaszBiceps
1 month ago
fuck xd

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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