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T-125 Pharaoh main battle tank
The Oceanic Empire's newest main battle tank is ready to roll out to a battlefield NEAR you!
About this creation
The Oceanic Empire proudly announces it's newest main battle tank the T-125 Pharaoh main battle tank in efforts to replace the ASE's aging Leopard II tank. The Pharaoh will be the symbol of the Oceanic might. The Pharaoh is based on several main battle tanks including the M1 Abrams, T-54/55, T-90, the undeveloped Black Eagle, and T-95.

The Pharaoh is also part of the Universal Combat Platform Program and was initially prototyped as the XR-125. As of now the T-125 will enter combat service and will serve as our commercial tank.

Stats
Name: T-125 Pharaoh
Armament:
-1x 125mm main gun, (optional) 120mm coilgun.
-1x 12.7mm (.50 BMG) Bushmaster machinegun.
-4x grenade launchers, micro missiles (optional)
Speed: 54 mph.
Operational combat range: 800.
Armor: *CLASSIFIED*, equipped with explosive reactive armor (ERA).
Power plant: 4-X Tesla generator, micro solar panels.
Status: In prototyping phase/Pre-Production phase


The primary model.


XR-125 Base paint.


The Deseret King color scheme. Now the Oceanic Empire can roll onto enemy territories in the deserts and blend in with the crowd. This is also useful in the Driuna wastes.



Rear view.


Our official Urban warfare camouflage scheme.


The turret rotating.


New family variants that serve as innovated platforms for any objective.


Blackhawk Command variant can serve as a field of operations and used by field commanders. Armed with two .50 BMG guns and four missile pods and equipped with antennas and radio systems.


The Hellfire anti-air missile system. Carries 3 Hellfire missiles.



The smaller SAM carries 48 missile pods that can be used for air to ground objectives.


(Credit goes to Jack K for heavy inspiration from his Leopard style chassis)




Comments

 I made it 
  October 8, 2013
Quoting Matthew Sylvan Can you provide links for those creations that use it?
For what reason? Almost EVERYONE uses the same techniques if they are great builders like us. I minus well provide links to actual vehicles to the manufacturers of the real life vehicles THEY provided for everyone to use otherwise I don't hear them come out and claim copyright infringement of us building replicas off their own products nor even the LEGO Company for using their products we all use and showcase. I gave credit to Jack K on the chassis because I built it after his. I am a technique pioneer like you and me and I wish that I could prove it but it's all thanks to my camera that's broken and cannot afford a new one. I'm not taking all the credit here as I displayed in those images except for the turret and some other aesthetics I built myself.
  October 8, 2013
Can you provide links for those creations that use it?
 I made it 
  October 6, 2013
Quoting Matthew Sylvan Although, the tank is great, you forgot to give credit for my gun design. Stealing is something I take seriously and really, really hate.
You're not the only one who knows the palm tree trick mate. :)
 I like it 
  October 6, 2013
Although, the tank is great, you forgot to give credit for my gun design. Stealing is something I take seriously and really, really hate.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2013
great tank!, one of your best builds so far, keep it up! 5/5
 I made it 
  October 3, 2013
Quoting Matthew McCall This may be a copy of Jack's design, but at least it looks good.
It's supposed to be a mix of the M1 Abrams and Russian innovation (M1 Abrams and the T-90 get a room and this is what happens XD)
 I like it 
  October 3, 2013
This may be a copy of Jack's design, but at least it looks good.
 I made it 
  October 2, 2013
Quoting Jack K
Thanks for being honest about it. I know tank building is hard, so using a basis is helpful. Next time, please ask me (or anyone really) before using something of theirs. I won't make a fuss about this since you were honest.
As a payment feel free to produce them at will.
  October 2, 2013
<<<< TheWolfBrigade 01 NI actually built it off of yours since it was pretty easy for something basic until the tracks got in the way...
Thanks for being honest about it. I know tank building is hard, so using a basis is helpful. Next time, please ask me (or anyone really) before using something of theirs. I won't make a fuss about this since you were honest.
 I made it 
  October 2, 2013
Quoting Jack K Pretty good tank. Glad to see you positing. Can you post larger pictures, it's knida hard to see details. Also, was the chassis by any chance inspired by the one on my Leopard II? They look very similar.
I actually built it off of yours since it was pretty easy for something basic until the tracks got in the way. When I first joined I was going to use an Abrams tank and I did have the body for it but the tracks were difficult to put together and when I had finally had assembled the tracks plus the body. But then I wanted to use my Leopard and using that as a temporary unit until I created this. In fact THIS was going to be my first tank but the treads where the element of surprise until I figured that out. It's a long story to tell but I have a bunch of legos stashed in my closet but not enough to build stuff like this.
 I like it 
  October 2, 2013
Pretty good tank. Glad to see you positing. Can you post larger pictures, it's knida hard to see details. Also, was the chassis by any chance inspired by the one on my Leopard II? They look very similar.
  October 2, 2013
Great tank, great design, the only thing i have a beef with is that it has a high profile. But mostly everyones tank has a high profile.
 
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