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Mark IV

SMG Hover added 9 months ago

the Mark IV was the first ever working tank to have an effect on combat. designed in WW1, it was made to cross trenches while protecting it's crew. this version is the "male" version with cannons in the sponson mounts, the "female" version had 2 machine guns in each sponson, 1 forward, and 1 backward. it's armor was very thin, a heavy machine gun or high-calibre sniper rifle was able to occasionally penetrate it, and it had no chance at all against the heavier cannons and howitzers.

this tank is gunless as-is but does have internal hovers already added to it. you can mount any weapon you want but i advice disintregrators for good firepower at all ranges and against any target.

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Creative Rating
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Creative rating by ilies459.5
Function rating by DexExMachina7.0
Creative rating by DexExMachina9.5
Function rating by Otheisis7.5
Creative rating by Otheisis9.5
Creative rating by Kowalski79910.0
Creative rating by funk_masta9.5
Creative rating by Spacecam9.5
Creative rating by ForbiddenUser8.5
Creative rating by Ruggy6.5
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Ruggy
7 months ago
Looks cool but in my opinion the two side turrets are way too forwards, leaving that blank and boring space behind them.

Ratings 6.5 creative0
Ingmar118
6 months ago
well that is how the real tank was too! so i cant really do much there :P
Ruggy
6 months ago
fair enough XD

Ratings 6.5 creative0
ForbiddenUser
9 months ago
Biggest tank in Bf1 this thing is fun with a full squad ( ͡- ͜ʖ ͡-)

Ratings 8.5 creative0
Spacecam
9 months ago
Heh cute :P

Ratings 9.5 creative0
funk_masta
9 months ago
great tank!

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Kowalski799
9 months ago
A tank that I always wanted to create but was lazy to make it happen.
Thankfully you did it,well done.
10/10.

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
Ty! Your tanks inspired me to do this ^^
Otheisis
9 months ago
The caterpillar looks awesome

Ratings 7.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
DexExMachina
9 months ago
what's with people only using one rating gauge thing, the rating won't show up if you only rated one side.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
ilies45
9 months ago
the male version dosn't have an "driver" mounted gun(as you have there), if you wanted to make the female version than you should have put on the back of the foreward sponson mounted guns another pair of MG's also if you wanted to make the female version I sugest you use the rods(since the Viker's MG's were 7.7mm opose to the masive 57mm cannons the male had)

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
yea i used a female ref with the driver gun xD and yea i use rods and even vapor trails for lower calibre weapons
ilies45
9 months ago
so, it's a male or female?

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
Im going to remove the nope gun, so its a male
ilies45
9 months ago
good

Ratings 9.5 creative0

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