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The Behemoth
The Behemoth- a heavy APC, currently in use by Grimm's army,though it used to be used by the first crusis lancers.
About this creation
This is the behemoth, part tank, part troop transport. it's declared as a "heavy APC", and with good reason, with it's armorment of two 'avenger' auto-cannons, and one "bug zapper" anti-infantry laser, it's not just a transport. It transports an undefined number of troops ( depending on how freindly they are). The behemoth also has one of the longest service records around, so far Grimm's army has been using it for at least 25 years.
Grimm's army obtained the behemoth through finding it in the first crusis lancers old base (on the now 'Grimm's isles') after operation "setting sun". It has seen many battles, and has become a valuable piece of Grimms army.



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   The Behemoth's side, where you can see the "bug zapper" anti-infantry laser and the various sections.



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   the front, with the Behemoth symbol, with tusks and a large 'anti-troop' bumper, in other words, the last thing you want to see on the battlefield.



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   The shot from above, hopefully showing that it is rather large,among other things.



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   the back door, where troops come in, yes it can v



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   lower!, it's set on a hinge, which allows a exit ramp for the troops in the back bay.



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   a random flag, whose symbol is very similar to 'saber-scorpion's.



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   one of the two "avenger" auto-cannon's, inset into the side of the second bay.



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   and the turrent can swivel out, almost 180 degrees.



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   the front, with both auto-cannons displayed, this is the view you REALLY don't want to see.



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   the second troop/ vehicle bay, with a small hover-bike that fit's perfectly inside.



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   the pilot's 'cubicle', lets hope he isn't claustrophobic...



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   ah! fresh air, yes it's cramped, but for Grimm it's all utilitarian, so... it works.



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   ugh... "the belly of the beast", what's that?, oh a drive train!, why?... it runs!, all on one motor!- oh, and there's my jeans...



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   about that 'anti-troop' bumper...



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   the "bug-zapper" laser, which pivots 360 degrees, and up and down.



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   < there's where the rcx is held, hopefully well.



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   the treads, with a little s.n.o.t near them.



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   a good close-up of the side, in the middle of the troop bays (where the rcx is), with a random clone, and the anti-lore.



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   the last picture, of the side...



Comments

 I like it 
  October 30, 2006
Very impressive entry! It looks like it certainly deserves a high score on the "grimmness" level. Looks just like something a rough mercenary would want to drive. Good job!
 I like it 
  October 29, 2006
WOAH...
 I like it 
  October 29, 2006
Is this for the contest? Damn, I better remake what I plan on entering, its nothing compaired to this.
 I like it 
  October 29, 2006
That thing is huge, which is the problem. If it goes onto the battlefield, it'll be a very easy target for rocket troopers, so, surely, they have a short life span?
 
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