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View Poll Results: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?
No, they are the best. 15 9.74%
Yes, they can be beat. (post who you think is better) 139 90.26%
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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

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I don't know, I think this guy's got a better hybrid mode.

Look how big he is compared to that trackball.

(try to fit him into the box, or the arena for that matter)
Well he isn't that big in the movie

I don't have his exact dimensions, but I'd be willing to bet he could even fit inside a trackball, let alone the box

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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

An alliance to beat them: 968/67/27. 968 and 67 for scoring and 27 as a backup scoring/lapbot. Yes 27 is a dangerous scoring machine in their own right but they are really fast if they can get their transmission troubles worked out. 968 had one of the best scoring systems out there and 67 was a very scary machine as well.

I decided to go with 3 dangerous scoring robots as opposed to defense. My logic is, 27 can run defense against 217, or 1114 but if either of the other two teams break their scoring mechanism they can trade places. This allows a level of redundancy that I do not see in 1114/217/148.
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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

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An alliance to beat them: 968/67/27. 968 and 67 for scoring and 27 as a backup scoring/lapbot. Yes 27 is a dangerous scoring machine in their own right but they are really fast if they can get their transmission troubles worked out. 968 had one of the best scoring systems out there and 67 was a very scary machine as well.

I decided to go with 3 dangerous scoring robots as opposed to defense. My logic is, 27 can run defense against 217, or 1114 but if either of the other two teams break their scoring mechanism they can trade places. This allows a level of redundancy that I do not see in 1114/217/148.
I sure hope I get to see team 27 run defense against team 1114 or 217 for that matter whether during qualifying or elimination at IRI.

And for the beginning of the thread, Team 1114's coach was Derek Bessette as Jane pointed it out.
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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

well, i am just starting up my team
i can't give any comment
but i think, the strongest team will also be replace within a certain amount of time
people leave and new people come
so the question is, are you ready to beat them?
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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

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well, i am just starting up my team
i can't give any comment
but i think, the strongest team will also be replace within a certain amount of time
people leave and new people come
so the question is, are you ready to beat them?
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Re: Are 1114, 217, and 148 beatable?

well, not really
sometime some mentors do leave for their reasons
but yeah, I agree that mentors are always there and so do the students will also be interested in joining the FIRST community
just like how the open soruce community works
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