I am Trokodile174, a 10-month RoboCraft player. I make guides for noobs. This is my second in the series. Check out my first, The Mistake Guide for Noobs. In this guide, I will tell you dos and don'ts about Mech Legs/Sprinter Legs and Mechs. This Guide is unfinished.
- Use two mech legs.
- Don't use oversized weapons.
- For example, Aeroflaks and Spartan legs.
- Lasers and Plasma are best weapons.
- Railguns are better on sprinter mechs.
- Mechs look weird. Make it functional and then stylish, not the other way around.
- Use white cubes and a grey/orange/blue bot if you don't have cockpit/glass.
- Use only 1 kind of mech/sprinter leg.
- Keep them level.
- Use leg size based on body size, not the other way around.
- Only jump-strafe with sprinter…
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I have only been playing since September 2016, and have learned from my mistakes. Here are some to avoid and there might be a way to fix them.
- Holding down the fire button while using railgun. This
is called rail spamming, and is very hard to do successfully, as it
is very inacurrate.
- However, it is easy to do at close range, and is better then.
- No-scoping. This may seem like a way to seem cool, but
more often just gives away your position and causes you to miss.
- Again, this is fine up close.
- Using Aeroflak on ground bots. Aeroflak is ONLY damaging
against Helicopters and Planes.
- It deals medium damage against jumping mechs and insects.
- Using keyboard controls. This makes it harder to move. This is only good for railgun tanks and railgun i…
- Holding down the fire button while using railgun. This is called rail spamming, and is very hard to do successfully, as it is very inacurrate.