Built with heavy armour, most found thier way into the military service. A few, bought by wealthy land owners to help with their product production, helped the workers plow, move machinery and many help pull products to market. In their military service most would be seen pulling artillary pieces, ammunition, and equipment for frontline troops. Some where taken for conversions into tanks because of their heavy armour. Most didn't get past the evaluation stage and testing. Two where seen in frontline action but found they were too slow when fitted with the heavy calibre gun that was needed to compliment the heavy armour. If not being used behind the lines, they would be used by generals to provide cover for infantry storming heavy in-placements. They could be also used to ram defences, smash holes for infantry to storm in and then over-run the defenders.
Quoting Yuri Fassio
It's quite well built, and the first picture is very effective :)
Thanks. It took me long enough to find some parts for it. The photo was taken on an overcast day and I postioned the camera so the light shined through. I think the photo makes it look bigger than it actually is, alough it's fairly big anyway. Thanks for accepting me into your group.