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Light Attack Tank
Defending the Homeland: GT21
About this creation


Accessing history fragments:
Defending the Homeland: Operation "Overlord"
Enemy combatanants: Hark

During 307 YOF, Hark forces began their invasion on our homeworld. Defending the homeland, as we called it. While we thought they only had a space attack, they manipulated us and sent forces topside onto Faron Soil. As soon as they rained from the heavens, we had already lost Gargash. With the Hark's slowly advancing to the capital, Faron, we sent out several battalions of one manned tanks. We would have to stop them before they reached the capital, in the plains of Vounia. With no cover for their infantry, the tanks slowly, but surely, made short work of their forces. One soldier, Sgt Caunter, had destroyed one of their flanking lines which would've swept through the capital.

Vehicle in Faron history: Light Attack Tank: GT21 Puncturer

Speed: 78 miles per hour
Armor: Medium anti armor, deflectible bullets
Armarment:
Main gun: The main gun is able to put a whole through any Hark unit save for the Harbringer. The main gun is able to thrash and cut through Hark battlements, such as a 8 meter outpost which is 9 meters thick.

Secondary gun: The secondary gun, or, the big bang, is used to take out a structure or havoking enemy in one blow. Armed with 19 C4 charges, in one shot. Although it has an amazing blast, it takes 2 minutes to reload.

Heavy Machine Gun: This MG, which is on the same turret as the first two guns, is able to take out Hark infantry in quick succesions.


Tank uses: Last primary defense, quick recon missions, Aieral battles, Airborne combat.

The Works:

In the images below, the tank will look fat and small. Never underestimate size. On the bottom of the tank, there are repulsor engines to get them anywhere in quick time. There are viewing slits near the viewport. The turret which contains all armarment can move in a 360 degree turn. To get into the GT21, it is placed upward like a lifepod. * Note, these images show the airbirne use* The pilot then grabs the seat, and attaches it to his combat trousers. By planting his feet into the holders, the engines became one with the tank.From there, the GT21 will bring it's "Cockpit" up until it slides into a complete Halt. The Tank is then dropped an the battle begins.

Battalion information: In one battlation, there is 100 GT21's. In the battle of Vounia, one battalion consisted of 20,000 GT21's.











The Last photo, shows what it would look like if you were piloting it in a game.




Comments

 I like it 
  October 26, 2007
Wow. Great work. Plllllllllleeeeeeaaaaassssssse make a moc of the Faron Emporer!
 I like it 
  October 15, 2007
Its a sad day in LIU history, but we accept your decision. We were not aware that the USSC was operating outside of your permission. We even checked your home page to see if it was true. Either way, we refused to join in the conflict because--1. It was not given permission by you to exist and 2. You were our greeatest ally. Whatever it takes, the LIU is interested in resuming our alliance. We were on the verge of releasing our LIU Super Tower (with a Faron inside), but we will await your response if this is still allowed. Also, if the USSC or Arman Empire as they are now called, is the reason for the break in the alliance, we could part ways with them. Thank You.
 I like it 
  October 15, 2007
NICE tank. they look effective and cheap to make, PS, i added you to my page.
 I like it 
  October 13, 2007
love the design!once again you amaze me!
 I like it 
  October 13, 2007
A huge improvement over the Medium Barrage Tank, both in color scheme and design. This contains a wonderful amount of detail and manages to fit a minifig into a very small space. Great job.
 I like it 
  October 12, 2007
Wow that's cool. I like how the pilot fits inside. Nice story as well.
 
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