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18th Deep's Armor Profiles: The Mk VIII Devastator; a siege tank.
The largest vehicle deployed by the Tri-Planet Coalition ground forces, comes this moving hill called the Devastator. Built as a siege tank to deal with bunkers, mechs, tanks, troops, large pests, and whatever else the enemy throws at you. The siege gun on this thing is powerfull enough to put a round through a 20-foot thick reinforced wall. Those aren't pirates driving it, those are the Death Guard; a para-military organization within the Coalition. They have the 'Skull and Crossbones' as a flag. I took bits-and-pieces from various sources like the Leman Russ (Warhammer 40k), and the French Renault (WWI). I decided to stick the third turret on top after I got the whole thing done and it seemed to be missing something. Enjoy!!
About this creation

Top reasons commanders use Devastators:
"When giving your enemy a snowflake's chance in Vulcan's Forge is still too much."
"Overkill? Heck no, that's my dog!"

"'Cause sometimes you just gotta put one tank up against fifty others."
"It does something to your enemy when he sees a rolling landmass headed his way."

"When all those pesky triple-neutronium reinforced bunkers are holding up your troops."
"Sometimes the vehicle itself has to do as much damage as its guns."

"Me? Oh, I do this all the time just to unwind."
"When infantry run for cover whenever the squeak-rattle of a tank can be heard, it's good to see tanks run for cover whenever the squeak-rattle of this beast is heard."

"Whoever said 'Strength in numbers' must have been lookin' the other way when this puppy rolled on by."
"Have you ever heard all three guns go at the same time? Have you ever seen what it looks like where they hit?"

"I like the view from up top, it makes you feel like you're alive!"
"The only vehicle that I've seen that could kill you by looking at you."

"Why I use it? Well, it's like "BOOM!" and then "KA-POW!" and "RAT-TAT-TAT!""
"Well, I spell 'Devastator' A-W-E-S-O-M-E-N-E-S-S. And, it looks cool."

Just a perspective to show you how it compares to my other vehicles.



Comments

 I made it 
  July 18, 2010
Quoting Xarxes Camoran Love it! I'm starting to wonder if it can put hole through one of my tanks. So it can deal massive amounts of damage, but can it absorb damage?
Well, the emphasis is on firepower over maneuverability, but not at the cost of armor. I thought I mentioned it in the MOC, but I didn't. It has folded steel armor, several millimeters thick.
 I like it 
  July 17, 2010
Love it! I'm starting to wonder if it can put hole through one of my tanks. So it can deal massive amounts of damage, but can it absorb damage?
 I like it 
  July 17, 2010
Would the color scheme I used on my Annihilator/Decimator tank fit into the 18th Deep space fleet?
Ultramarine .
Matthew McKay
  January 13, 2010
I like the idea of a huge tank, very cool. I also like that turret a lot.
 I made it 
  August 30, 2009
Quoting Kyle Merrill sweet were did they get the tank tracks
Called up Lego and gave them the part #, ordered as many as I wanted.
 I like it 
  August 30, 2009
sweet were did they get the tank tracks
  August 14, 2009
its good i like the fact that it has 2 guns that are powerfull and some of the bilding work on it is very clever still my heavey artilry tank has a biger barell try making a tank that has alot of fier power but is low like my soviet suport tank in modern warfare thes days it is beter for a tank to be low to the groun this makes it harder to shoot i no my tank isint that low but thats as low as i cold get it good luck eney way
 I like it 
  July 31, 2009
Overall you get a 29/31 nice job (=^_^=) <----- Random fat cat
 I like it 
  July 25, 2009
Looks like a pirate's preferred mode of land transport to me. It's a bit too tall, though, and the main gun in the hull is about a quarter the size it should be. Other than those two things, it's better than a heap of vehicles I've seen around the 'pages. Sorry to perforate your bubble, but the fact is that no moc is perfect.
 I like it 
  July 9, 2009
Yeah! I agree - this thing ROCKS and kicks ass! Sweet! Love the flag and the fat tracks! Good work!
 I like it 
  June 24, 2009
Dude, this thing ROCKS!!! I love it, I wish the USA had one of these. That would be teh AWESOME. the best part is the overall design
 I like it 
  June 18, 2009
This is a great tank and the thing that makes it better is that it fights for the U.N.E! I like the unique shape and the tracks. I'm pretty sure this thing could kick some b-tt.
 I like it 
  June 18, 2009
This is a great tank and the thing that makes it better is that it fights for the U.N.E! I like the unique shape and the tracks. I'm pretty sure this thing could kick some b-tt.
 I like it 
  June 16, 2009
Not bad Not bad
 I like it 
  June 10, 2009
I love the tread design, and it looks nice with color uniformity (you don't often get that on this site). My only gripe is thaty the turret seems to stand out a little too much, but what do I know?
 I like it 
  June 9, 2009
Really good! I like the green trimming on the front, it's a nice little detail. The main cannon looks like it's gonna blow anytime, you might consider making it a little smaller, unless 8/10 of the tank is weapon systems, and 2/10 is cockpit and armor. I like how you made it almost streamlined, making it tall. The plates inside the treads could have a little more detail, or tile covering.
 
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