Yatagan

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Yatagan
Author(s) Sheldor and Skilgannon
Extends AdvancedRobot
Targeting Pattern Matching
Movement Multi-Mode
Current Version 1.1.2
Code License RWPCL
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Background Information

Bot Name
Yatagan
Author(s)
Sheldor and Skilgannon
Extends
AdvancedRobot
What's special about it?
It is jointly developed by Sheldor and Skilgannon.
Its PM gun is smaller than WeekendObsession's gun, and it is more effective than Moebius's gun.
Great, I want to try it. Where can I download it?
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4066735/jk.sheldor.nano.Yatagan_1.1.2.jar
How competitive is it?
Number one in the nanorumble!.

Strategy

How does it move?
When it dies, it decides between one-way movement, oscillating movement, and Random Movement.
How does it fire?
It uses a nano-sized Symbolic Pattern Matching gun. The gun is based on WeekendObsession's gun and Moebius's gun.
How does it dodge bullets?
It monitors the enemy's energy level (using a few brilliant char tricks by Miked0801) and decides whether or not to reverse direction when it detects an Energy Drop.
Is this robot melee-capable?
It won't get disabled if you put it in a battle with more than one opponent, but it won't perform very well.
What does it save between rounds and matches?
It saves many things between rounds, but it doesn't intentionally save anything between matches.

Additional Information

Where did you get the name?
The yatagan is a short sabre which was used extensively in the Ottoman Empire. wikipedia:Yatagan
May I use your code?
Yes, but under the terms of the RWPCL.
What's next for your robot?
Take the nano throne. Done.
Or, failing that, hold second place with a comfortable distance from third. Done.
Does it have any White Whales?
Not really.
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