Techs by Falchoin

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    I've been playing TerraTech for about a year now and have a decent sized library posted on the Steam workshop but I figured it's about time I posted some of my favorites here on the TT forums! I'm more of a function over form person when it comes to designing things, so most of my techs are campaign viable (assuming you can afford them). Without further ado...

    Ground pounders: anything with wheels and/or tracks without any special gimmicks

    Colossus: My largest ground tech which functions as a mobile base. It's a brick of batteries powered by multiple mobile generators and the tears of your enemies.
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    Hailstorm: An internally wheeled tech which fires an absurd amount of bullets for its size.
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    Kobold: A small scout tank made using the Venture hurricane tracks when they first released. It's a shame they're so terrible compared to the wheels since they look amazing.
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    Hovercraft: techs using hoverplates to stay aloft

    Brawler: My current favorite hovercraft. Light on power generation (only 16 solar panels), but heavy on power capacity and weaponry. It's possibly a bit too light since the recoil from the guns aimed down can cause it to float up.
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    Razorback: A low-riding hovercraft which can pick up resources to fuel mobile generators.
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    Dirk: An agile hovercraft made of mostly Venture parts.
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    Airships: Neutrally buoyant (or close to it) techs to ply the sky

    Barracuda: My largest airship to date. It has a rediculous amount of weapons on the front to balance out the back-end.
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    Sunfish: A non-standard airship. W and S are more for pitch control (but can be used for small movements) and the thrusters are the main source of propulsion. It has mobile generators, but it is difficult to collect resources without anchoring.
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    Minnow: A smaller non-standard airship. It has similar controls to the Sunfish, but is balanced to allow forward movement on the turbines and thrusters active at the same time.
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    Wall Crawlers: Techs utilizing the hoverbug, but for downforce which allows them to climb walls or even drive upsidedown.

    Gecko: My first wall crawling build (though updated with the new shiny twin autocannons). Meant to be used as a general utility craft to harvest and pick up bits of dead enemies.
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    Roach: Basically an upgraded, slightly larger version (and heavier armed) of the Gecko. Also a utility craft.
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    Drone Carriers: low key multi-techs with small AI controlled drones for combat and/or utility

    Roach Type C
    : A Roach wall crawler retrofitted for mobile power generation and a pair of light combat hover drones.
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    Wolf Spider: A hovercraft droneship and mobile base. It has some problems going up very steep hills, but rides low enough to easily collect resources. Comes equipped with four light combat hover drones.
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    Scorpion: The Scorpion is a mid-size ground pounder mobile base built from the ground up with the intention of utilizing 6 larger drones to assist in the gathering of resources as well as combat. If we ever get legs as a mobility option, I will definitely revisit this and make them work!
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    Drones: Light AI controlled techs meant to be used in numbers and with a supporting mobile base tech to transfer power

    Roach Drone: A very light combat drone utilizing a pair of Avalanche launchers and Seeker missiles pods. The GSO cab is meant to be pulled off after spawning.
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    Scorpion Drone: A larger drone with double the battery capacity of the Roach Drone (2 batteries instead of 1!). It also sports an extra set of top mounted Seeker missile pods and a GSO Flatbed Collector for delivering resources.
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    Fliers: Non-hoverbug flying techs, both planes and helicopters

    Bumblebee: A relatively small bomber which requires almost zero runway to get airborne.
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    Buzzard: A larger bomber with vertical takeoff capabilities.
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    Herald: The Herald is a small hoverglitch-free helicopter utilizing the new hoversteering blocks.
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    Anchored Techs: Base and turrets

    Scrap 'n Fab: The scrapping and fabrication base I use in my maxed out campaign.
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    Tesla: Turret and charging station equipped with a Venture scrapper and three GeoCorp anchored furnaces to power techs even if spawned in during the night.
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    Dropper Turret: A smallish turret with a Venture scrapper to supply fuel blocks to nearby techs as needed.
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    Fun Stuff: Techs which don't really fit any category above, or are more form than function

    Cricket: A medium sized scout tech with vertically mounted thrusters to allow limited flight.
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    Salamander: One of my few form over function builds. It started with the head while I was messing around with the plasma throwers. It has some mobility problems unfortunately.
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    Armageddeon: Another form over function build in the shape of a cute rocket hamster.
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    Glad you like it!

     
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    Hornet: The Hornet is intended as an AI controlled gunship/fighter. Larger than a drone, but smaller than most player controlled late game techs, the Hornet is relatively light on defense (only 4 Hawkeye batteries) but heavy on offense for its size. Fully controlled by the use of steering hovers despite use of the hoverbug due to the AI not properly using turbines (possibly related to the spinup time on turbines).
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    Derp Tank: My only successful attempt at a multi tech turret since for the life of me I cannot get the AI to properly aim turrets mounted on bearings or other similar methods. Press X to drop the turret cap on an avalanche launcher.
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    Guardian: Expanding the drone army to include AI hover support units. The Guardian picks up resources, sells, and uses a pair of mobile furnaces to generate power. Comes equipped with two GeoCorp batteries to ensure there's power to share while maintaining its own defenses.
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