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; How does it [[Movement|move]]?
; How does it [[Movement|move]]?
: It doesn't.  =)  In the future I'll probably do [[Anti-Gravity Movement]] using my simulated bullets as points.
: [[Random Movement]].
; How does it fire?
; How does it fire?

Revision as of 17:00, 1 June 2010

Background Information

Author(s) Awesomeness
Extends AdvancedRobot
Targeting Linear
Movement Weird
Released Yes
Current Version 1.0
Code License RWPCL
[[1] Download]
Bot Name
What's special about it?
It's my first Nano that's advanced so far and is tiny in codesize.
Great, I want to try it. Where can I download it?
See the infobox. It used to be called Elite, but I like this name better. I'll re-upload it as PwnBot when I finish 1.1 in a few days.
How competitive is it?
36th in the Nano Melee at the moment! =D And I'm really excited because it's only 220 bytes so far if you ignore the color. I have lots of room to grow!


How does it move?
Random Movement.
How does it fire?
Linear targeting, but with all the space I have I might make it a Pattern Matcher.
How does it dodge bullets?
It uses a weird home-made... Thing, that I made. It's just a sort of random inversion thingy, yet it's very effective.
How does the melee strategy differ from the one-on-one strategy?
It was origianlly made for one on one, but that quickly changed as I realized it was really good for melee.
What does it save between rounds and matches?

Additional Information

Where'd you get the name?
I wanted to make a robot that really pwns.
Can I use your code?
Yeah, but not until I'm done!
What's next for your robot?
Finishing the targeting.
Does it have any White Whales?
Used to be N, but now he's surpassed the ninja and my little internet meme desperately needs to pwn Assertive.
What other robot(s) is it based on?
None, except for the linear targeting and the radar, but snippets from the wiki aren't bots.
HUGE credit goes to Nat, for helping me with trigonometry, common sense, optimizing, and much, much more. Too many people to list helped me with a few things– see my talk page for all the names. This applies to all of my bots.