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T95 Doom Turtle

SMG Hover added 9 months ago

the T95 Doom Turtle was an experimental super heavy tank made my the american forces just after WW2. with one of the thickest frontal armor platings ever made, it was designed to be a moving wall to help allies push. it also had 2 pairs of tracks, the outer ones were designed to have the ability to disconnect from the main body so it could be transported on a train. only 1 was made after the design of the T28 super heavy tank (basicly the same tank, but without the secondary track units), of which also 1 was build.

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 by ilies459.5
Creative rating by Artjomski10.0
Creative rating by Otheisis10.0
Creative rating by Wymsageu10.0
Function rating by PuffyQuail8.0
Creative rating by PuffyQuail9.0
Creative rating by Kowalski7999.5
Creative rating by funk_masta10.0
Creative rating by Spacecam10.0
Function rating by Jonh_Harvest8.0
Creative rating by Jonh_Harvest10.0
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Jonh_Harvest
7 months ago
woah, very good bot, i love tanks, and this one is amazing.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Spacecam
9 months ago
Cool

Ratings 10.0 creative0
funk_masta
9 months ago
wow, ur tanks are badass

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Kowalski799
9 months ago
The effective 'sickness' of this tank is over 9000 mm.
Well executed,altough would've preferred if it was brown.

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Wymsageu
9 months ago
The effective "OH-AH-AH-AH-AH" ?
Get it? Sickness? Down with th- I'll leave

Ratings 10.0 creative0
PuffyQuail
9 months ago
Nice!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
Wymsageu
9 months ago
Very nicely done. The only target that the more advanced Tiger II 88mm cannons can't do much about on the front, but this thing is so slow and bulky, so most people don't know how to use it in an effective way in War Thunder :p

Also, picture 4 "back when there were different colored blocks with different durability" lol
(typo in the description btw, I'm guessing you didn't mean to say "T96")

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
edited it now it's T95, thanks for the heads-up :)
Otheisis
9 months ago
So nice

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
9 months ago
Nice job with all the details on the roof and sides, length looks perfect but the width could maybe use 1 more on either side. Overall great job on this build!

Ratings 10.0 creative0
ilies45
9 months ago
What about the Tortoise 240-50mm of frontal armor?

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
thinner, this one has over 300mm :P
ilies45
9 months ago
effective thickness

Ratings 9.5 creative0
Wymsageu
9 months ago
Depends where you hit. The tortoise has several spots where you have 215mm or less effective thickness. Relatively simple case for most tanks in that tier

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
"tier"? where are you talking about m8 this is a REAL LIFE tank there are no tiers
Wymsageu
9 months ago
War Thunder.

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Ingmar118
9 months ago
oh well this isnt war thunder :P

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