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Dear Modiphius they are called Robobrains not Brainbots

posted May 22, 2017 21:49:01 by DCP
i noticed in your survey has this mistake in it please make sure to proofread this was very confusing and i got a bit annoyed something so basic could have a mistake made on it after all it's not like the Robobrain has been around since the beginning
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ChrisBirch said May 23, 2017 08:06:01
Hi thanks yes we saw that but unfortunately you can't change it after the survey is live otherwise it creates a new version of the question which screws up analysis.
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DCP said May 23, 2017 08:36:32
Hi thanks yes we saw that but unfortunately you can't change it after the survey is live otherwise it creates a new version of the question which screws up analysis.


well you could turn this around now that this has been said make "BRAINBOT" a robobrian Boss enemy
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Jordan.Peacock said May 23, 2017 13:02:28
Ah, I thought they were referring to the disembodied cyborg scientists from Old World Blues. However, it looks like they're more properly termed "Think Tanks." Eh well -- who am I kidding? I'd still buy it anyway.

A suggestion about Robobrains and such, though: This is something that would REALLY benefit from some clear plastic/resin if it's at all possible, or else a solid dome means there's no way to see the "brain" part of the Robobrain. Similarly, flying bugs could benefit from transparent or translucent plastic/resin wings, if at all possible (though I wouldn't be quite as worried if it wasn't).

In the event a clear dome can't be made for the Robobrain, I think I'd prefer it to be sculpted "glass-free." That is, have the brain on top, and we'll just have to IMAGINE there's a perfectly clear dome covering that brain. I might even be able to make my own plastic dome by applying heat to some clear blister plastic. (The end result is less-than-professional, but it gets the point across.)


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