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== DSL ==
 
== DSL ==
  
Comes in four different types, Aluminium 1, Aluminium 3, Aluminium 5 & Aluminium 10. Aluminium armours are regarded as a 'waste of weight' in DSL due to their bad strength to weight ratio. They are however better than DSL [[DSA]]. The only 2 good armour types in DSL are [[Plastic]] & [[Titanium]]. [[Naryar]] made a fix for this however, which he implimented into [[NAR AI]]. This 'Armour Fix' edits the strength to weight ratio on armours to make them all as equally weight effective as all others.  
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Comes in four different types, Aluminium 1, Aluminium 3, Aluminium 5 & Aluminium 10. Aluminium armours are regarded as a 'waste of weight' in DSL due to their bad strength to weight ratio. They are however better than DSL [[DSA]]. The only 2 good armour types in DSL are [[Plastic]] & [[Titanium]]. [[Naryar]] made a fix for this however, which he implimented into [[NAR AI]]. This 'Armour Fix' edits the strength to weight ratio on armours to make them all as equally weight effective as all others. Many have boycotted this change though.
  
  

Revision as of 05:30, 9 October 2010

One of the four armour types in Robot Arena 2. The others are plastic, titanium & steel. Not to be confused with DSA

STOCK

Never used by advanced builders, the only two armour types used in Stock are Plastic & DSA.

DSL

Comes in four different types, Aluminium 1, Aluminium 3, Aluminium 5 & Aluminium 10. Aluminium armours are regarded as a 'waste of weight' in DSL due to their bad strength to weight ratio. They are however better than DSL DSA. The only 2 good armour types in DSL are Plastic & Titanium. Naryar made a fix for this however, which he implimented into NAR AI. This 'Armour Fix' edits the strength to weight ratio on armours to make them all as equally weight effective as all others. Many have boycotted this change though.