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Panzer II (World of Tanks)
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This is the first tank in my World of Tanks series. I will be adding random machines as I obtain them in the game, with tier (level) or two in between tanks. This is the Panzer II that I used to have a few weeks ago. (I sold it so I could get a pz. IIIa.) In the game, the Pz. II is considered one of the best Tier 2 tanks when fully upgraded. (This version is shown fully upgraded (researched) with the 2cm flak 38 L/112 autocannon, as I played it with.) As with my earlier (horrible! hideous! revolting!) pz. IV, this is not my best work. The next tank I build, however, will be. The next tank, the Alecto (an experimental British tank destroyer that I currently have in-game) in the series is currently in the works. Hopefully the project will not be abandoned before I can post it. On a different note, World of Tanks is distracting me from my MOCing a little bit, so my production of MOCs might slow slightly.
About this creation
Of course the Panzer II was also a real life tank. It was used by Nazi Germany during the beginning of World War 2. Later in the war, their chassis were used to make the Sturmpanzer II, a self-propelled gun. (Coincidentally, this SPG was also featured in World of Tanks.)



as you can see, I cheated on the treads. I simply didn't have enough to finish it, so I used this clever technique.


the bottom is rather ugly.


a view down the barrel of the 2cm Flak 38 L/112 autocannon.


it wouldn't hurt to take 10 seconds of your life to rate and comment on this. (please!)



Comments

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  July 6, 2014
Awesome! I play the World Of tanks Blitz on the iPad and one of the players in that game had a panzer II very very...VERY! Good job
Claw Paradox
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General Electric
  June 8, 2013
Its too bad you didn't join DA, with your skills you would have been a top-player. Thanks for your review and the smiley-power, it is greatly appreciated.
Claw Paradox
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CY-EV .
  June 5, 2013
Looks like I'm not the only one to get inspiration from video games. Good job with the improv treads! It reminds me of some of my old creations where I'd just build the part that would be seen in the picture. I like all the armor-plating bits too.
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  June 4, 2013
Great Pz II! It stinks to lack the tracks to finish the other side, but some times we just have to do what we can. And neat idea with the turret machine gun clipped to the underside of a brick, never seen that before.
  May 30, 2013
Oh... wow. That really stinks. I guess I'll be selling my AMX-38 :D
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  May 28, 2013
Quoting Dylan Something This is a good representation! I prefer the American tanks though :) However if you have not started any french tanks I highly recommend heading toward the tier 4 AMX-40. I shot it six times in the back once, alternating shells, and didn't even scratch it. And I was using a great gun too.
from what I hear, the AMX 40, or "duck", is one of the worst tanks in the game. apparently its armor is the only good thing about it. it has ghastly power to weight ratio, at just over 7 horsepower/ton, most of its guns are next to useless against most tier Vs, its hull and turret traverse speed are also woeful. however, it still has well sloped armor. I remember once I was shooting at the side of a AMX 40 with a long 75mm in my pz. III/IV, and the shots kept bouncing off. BTW, I highly recommend the pz. III/IV. it is very fast, hard hitting, and well armored for a medium tank. for more info on the AMX 40, follow this link: http://wiki.worldoftanks.com/AMX_40
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  May 28, 2013
This is a good representation! I prefer the American tanks though :) However if you have not started any french tanks I highly recommend heading toward the tier 4 AMX-40. I shot it six times in the back once, alternating shells, and didn't even scratch it. And I was using a great gun too.
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  May 26, 2013
Neat work!
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  May 3, 2013
pretty cool
  April 27, 2013
Cool panzer man hope to see more tanks from you.
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  April 22, 2013
I like the classic square turret shape of this panzer, plus how you've used those illegal connections to make the front and back mudguards. I also like how the different shades of grey break up the shape of the tank. Good thinking to make one complete set of tracks and then just cover the front wheel for the photos.
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  April 21, 2013
nice!, its too bad you didnt have enough treads to complete it, but its still looks awesome!!, great job
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  April 20, 2013
Very well portrayed! I like how you did the suspension parts on the roadwheels. And I understand the brick shortage problems, there isn't enough cheap sets with brown chain in them :)
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  April 20, 2013
Nice work, like the wheels and treads.
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  April 19, 2013
Quoting manthanboeing MAD AWESOME!!! I also want build a tank, scince i just got the centurion, i think i will build that, and the stpz II is an arty, not a TD
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  April 19, 2013
AWESOME!!! I also want build a tank, scince i just got the centurion, i think i will build that, and the stpz II is an arty, not a TD
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  April 19, 2013
Awesome build. I like the wheel-construction. Do they work like normal wheels? (uurgh the pain! Have to stop my comment here!) :D
 
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