Oh no it’s not a bad thing, in fact I know the guy who posted this. I just think it’s kind of funny.
air game y'say?
MILD STROBE WARNING
mini VEX drones autonomously wandering above the 12x12
giant butterfly nets wooshing over the arena
we can only pray to the GDC
And the suspicious, unblurred robot in the bottom right
Nobody talking about fire game. SMHing my head
Shaking my heading shaking my head?
And the suspicious blurred table
I think that is what might happen if someone tried using propane or butane in their pneumatic reservoir…
The game is quite simple. Each team gets 2 air tanks that must be filled to 100 psi and 75°c with propane. Each match is 2 minutes long, and the last team to have a working robot wins the tournament. Destroying other robots is legal, so feal free to douse them in fire.
Best of all, you get to fix your robot with no additional funding, and more price increases
Also, get ready for this EP's, the field tiles are flamable, and it is your responsibility to have enough to last the full tournament.
battlebots in a nutshell
That is literally RECF Aerial Drones Competition see this: 2021/22 RADC DownDraft 2 Game Manual - Page 14-15
Except of course, you can’t transitively touch the opponents in the last 30 seconds, very important rule you left out.
I have at least one student who would LOVE this. The people responsible for buying parts … not so much.
Edit from my wife: he would think he died and went to Robot Valhalla…
And propane in the air is part of their robot
Dripping Point: Either a fashion show or a water game
Tripping Point: Robots try to trip the other alliances drive team.
Ripping Point: Battlebots
Slipping Point: Climb stairs that are coated in butter.
Gripping Point: Ladder
And no explanation. You need to keep all your propane in an 18 in³ box, with none escaping
A R S O N
G A M E
What if there was a skills-only game, imagine how much pain that would cause