The Massive Artillery Last Option Tank( or M.A.L.O.T., is what most people call it ) is used under strict conditions by the Death Guard in the 18th Deep Space Fleet. Its main weapon is dual ion cannons with two (one on each side) explosive mortars. To carry such immense weight, the tank has two tank treads (one on each side), four large all-terrain wheels and six legs to hold the tank in place when it fires. All four wheels have armor plating around them for safety. The back wheels have the exhaust pipes. The tank can only have one person in it so that more soldiers can fight on ground. On the back wheels connectors to the mid frame hold not the main engines but rather the boost engines for fast travel but the speed boost isnít long lasting. With this tank, you can easily take down a large part of an enemiesí fortress, base, or town (watch the citizens scream and run). Itís your last option but it comes in first place to downsize the enemy completely.
About this creation
Energy source for cannons
Better view of front wheel armor
Driver's control center
Feeling lucky today?
Stabilizing legs for cannon fire or tough terrain
Back wheel armor and secondary thrusters for short burst of speed
Back wheel inner armor plating
View of both wheels' armor and thrusters
Inner plating and exhaust ( center )
Please rate and/ or comment so I know if my tank building skills have improved.
Do to parts shortage and the need of a APC, I'm planning on keeping most of the tank design but I'm remodeling it. It shouldn't take too long to redesign but posting mocs have been a problem. With school going on, I have had hardly any time to post my newest mocs (some of them were completed a few months ago). Here is a small list of the models, Juggernaut V2, Military ATVs ( one off road design and one urban design), Futuristic Construction Vehicle, Military Space Freighter WIP, One manned Four Barreled Tank, a few new military figs, and more!
Quoting Kain Culver
IT'S great, but those legs should go I mean it's great but the legs
I understand the legs might not be so attractive but there are reasons. First, it's suppose to be a bit more realistic as in capability to go where some of the worst terrain out there that normal tanks can't drive very well in or drive at all. Second, the legs are there to draw away attention from some of the not so perfect parts.
Quoting Aidan Bryant
Interesting tank, reminds me of Starcraft.
Funny you say that. No I do not play Starcraft tho I used to play WoW which I quit due to it caters to horrible players, but thats just my opinion. I have seen some Starcraft stuff but never a tank and the closest thing to it I will be play is 40K Online once it comes out.