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King Tiger
A German King Tiger Tank, from the WWII era.
About this creation


The King Tiger Tank, the beast of WWII. This German tank was used in battle in the WWII era. It weighed around 77 tons, and was about 13 feet tall!


A front view.


A side view.


An afar view.


Another afar view. This tank can be seen in action in my COD WWII battle replica Their Land, Their Blood which is a first person replica of a battle from WWII, and is also based on the COD World at War mission Their Land, Their Blood, please come see it!

Please tell me what you think, thanks!!!



Comments

 I like it 
  July 14, 2011
it is very good but it is missing the sloped armor at the front and the sides and the turret is to small but still good shape nice gun manlet and also the barrel dosnet look like a 88mm gun
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  January 22, 2010
Mace man, they were preetty large, and the moc is too studdy for my tastes.
  October 3, 2009
It's pretty good. But it's way to huge. And a King Tiger had a sloped front.
 I made it 
  August 13, 2009
In Their Land, Their Blood the tanks used are in fact King Tigers. Thanks for the comment though.
  August 13, 2009
hmm.....you could've added some more slope the the frontal and sidl armor, but anyway, it's amazing! Is this minifig scale? Oh ya, the tanks used in COD WaW were Panthers, not King Tigers.
  July 25, 2009
it is nice but it looks more like an english cusader and an konig tiger weighs 68 tons
 I like it 
  July 16, 2009
Nic Tiger II but the turrets to small and the end of the barrel is a little weak.
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  February 7, 2009
very nice this creation
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  February 7, 2009
Excellent, this is one of the better tanks I've seen here, keep up the great work.
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  February 5, 2009
Thanks for your comment... You seem to be really fascinated by tanks and so it comes as no surprise that you've come up with such a great creation. This one really does look powerful! Great work mate, keep it up!
 I like it 
  February 2, 2009
got your information about joining your group but my internet security won't let me go to it or add creations to your group and its my family's computer so ill ask my father what the password is and my computer is super slow so ill check in later by.
 I like it 
  February 2, 2009
nice KING TIGER good use for those shorter treads love it.
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  February 2, 2009
I am not trying to be a stickler about this tank, but it just doesn't seem like a Tiger II. I know what they look like (Since I am a WW2 fanatic and avid plastic model builder) and this just doesn't seem it. It does remind me of a polish 7tp tank. Nice anyway.
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  January 13, 2009
I like the way you've used the two sets of rubber tracks as a sneaky way of not using the technics link treads.
Dylan B
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Commander Mauser
  January 6, 2009
Maybe to big,but still good tank. P.S-Like future tank.
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  January 6, 2009
Nice tank,I think it looks a little like a Leopard 2.:-) Kind regards from germany Patrick
  January 5, 2009
I'm sorry, but this doesn't look anything like a King Tiger. Still a good tank though.
 I like it 
  January 5, 2009
Great King Tiger.
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  January 4, 2009
Wow! I am stunned!
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  January 4, 2009
AMAZING! lol, only one thing is wrong. 77 tons is not equal to 154 pounds. lol keep up the good work ~Jay
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  January 4, 2009
dang thats huge!! now thats why they call it a king tiger :)
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  January 4, 2009
im speechless i wish it had instructions thats the best good job dylan!
 
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