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Un-Named Tank
Designed to balance speed and armor while making an emphasis on fire power, this yet Un-Named tank is not ready to be deployed into battle. A system to switch from land to water without heavy maintenance is under development, and armor improvements are being made with minimal effect on the speed. When the tank is completed, it will be Field tested and potentially mass-produced for battle.
About this creation


Here's a nice little machine gun. It's telling you "I want to eat you up, you look scrumptious" The gun can be replaced with other stuff as long as it fits, I haven't made replacements for it yet, but I might later.



You can see the magazine for the gun laying on the tread. I love making things interactive, so having a removable magazine was a must.



A nice close up of the tread, nothing special, no suspension. Hey, I'm not an engineer, I'm a teenager who has never seen a real tank, give me some slack here. It'd be really freaking epic if someone would show me how to make tank suspension. Then my tanks would be exponentially better. Maybe.



Bulldozer thing on the front of the tank. There's an anti-infantry gun and two little nubby guns there as well. The little nubby guns don't have names, they just kind of hang out there. The dozer blade can be removed and the little nubby guns will come off, but the anti-infantry gun is attached to the tank.



A sophisticated little radar. Not much to say here.



Anti-aircraft turret, four barrels, automatic, 360 degree rotation, very nice up and down movement. That's about all that I can say about the turret.



Looking down the barrel of the larger turret. This turret has an even better up and down range, and also has 360 degree rotation.



Close up of the little blue light on the turret, dunno what it's for, I just threw it on. Maybe it's an eye.



Hatch in the roof of the tank. The ladder descends into the depths of the unknown.



Partial interior, referred to above as the unknown. We have here the controls for the treads, and the controls for the turret. I really will finish this up and add another picture sometime, but me saying that has guaranteed that it won't ever happen.



The anti-infantry gun and its magazine.



The anti-infantry gun's magazine has been removed (more interactive-ness) and is laying on the floor of the tank.



The tank's treads can be removed and replace with boat-like propellers for instant water travel! The procedure is actually relatively difficult since the tank must be transported to the location of the water.



The bottom of the tank is conveniently smooth for easy travels through rivers, lakes, and oceans.



The tank is shown with the MMSTDP these tanks are often seen escorting the MMSTDPs due to the MMSTDPs lack of protection.



A brief preview of what I'm working on now, not yet complete, but rather obviously a tank.

This is one of my favorite creations. It's the second tank I uploaded, and the better of the two. It is very structurally stable, and does not have as large a profile as the Goliath did. The tank itself is more pleasing to the eye due to the lack of out-of-place colors. I've never seen a dual-turret tank before, but I would be very surprised if one did not exist, I find the idea of a tank with both anti-aircraft and anti-vehicular capabilities appealing.




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