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Backstabbing droneI got the backstabbing drone and l have a heat mech also lm new my mech has only like 900hp is it worth it 5o have it as a drone or not also l have the same drone but the Phys version.
Yukiya18_SM posted a topic in FanartIntro:Magma Lazy In this game, there are Weapons of Night Early Physical and Grim Cobra Energy, and I made a Heat weapon of "Magma Lazy". (Status) Epic–Legendary– Mythical (Divine) (ArenaBuff:On) Weight:56kg DMG(Heat):220-385 Heat:+85 (Cost) Heat+50 Energy-15 (Other) Back:1 Shot:3 Range3-6 Design By Yukiya. Used Software:Adobe(Lightroom(Photoshop)) Thank You!
Yukiya18_SM posted a topic in Fanart
Here's the build I'm going for. I have all the items. going for a boiler/cooling dmg build. I also have divine windigo, but i need it for other stuff so i have to use zark. i use the red rain purely for feeding the hammer ... and as a range 2 weapon. (res drainers don't really count) I'm also not quite sure whether nemo is good for this, but it's my only legendary heat drone so i'll have to use it. i also have heatpoint and firefly. This is my current mech. the extra weight comes from a teleport i added.
Suggestion- New mechanic for heat || Balancing of modules
Zutchse posted a topic in SuggestionsNew Mechanic for Heat Lets start of with the new mechanic for heat: We know that the unique thing for heat is that you need to use 1 move point to cool down your mechs. I think this needs some tweaking so that it becomes balanced. I suggest that: Every turn, mechs will cool down with UP TO 10% efficiency of their heat regen (that means- if you have 100 heat regen, you regen UP TO 10 heat every turn)- which we would call it heat dissipation why did I say up to? well lets apply physics here: "Heat dissipation occurs when an object that is hotter than other objects is placed in an environment where the heat of the hotter object is transferred to the colder objects and the surrounding environment." - Corrosionpedia That means- our object (in this case the mechs), when its hotter than the environment (that is the arena) the heat should transfer to the environment so that the whole system may reach something called "equilibrium" or equal states on all systems. That means - The hotter the mech, the larger the heat dissipation is. This can go from <1% of your heat regen to a maximum of 10% of your heat regen. BUT- this mechanic ONLY APPLIES when you are not overheated, meaning the regen will not apply to your own shutdowning the whole mech. Balancing of modules Lets move on to our next topic: Balancing of modules On my last discussion of Quad Core booster vs. CUE/OP combo , we saw that the QCB (Quad Core Boosters) are superior against CUE/OP combo and I know the reason why: Take a look on this picture and focus on the regens Did you noticed something? The Quad core booster regens 59 while the OP regens only 88- WHICH IS UNBALANCED! The QCB regens around 67% of that the OP, and it should not, why? Because, the sole purpose of QCB is to become a all-in-one module but with reduced stats, which should be equal to around 50% or less of its counterpart. But its more than that, And I think QCB should be rebalanced. According to Warrmachine- the 3 quads is equal to 2 CEU and 2 OP, which should not be ( which also makes it overpowered). Therefore, In my opinion, the QCB needs some nerf due to it having higher stats by making it around 50% of that OP and the CEU. CONCLUSION: New Mechanic for heat: Passive heat regen depending from the current heat (from <1% heat regen to a maximum of 10% regen). This passive heat regen is automatically turned off if the mech is overheated. Rebalancing of QCB: Nerf the QCB to 50% of both regen and capacity of CEU and OP. I'm open for any criticism and suggestions for the game. thanks for reading my post.