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Churchill VII

SMG Hover added 1 month ago

Infantry tank Mk.III Churchill VII was a brittish infantry/heavy tank of WW2, designed to support infantry attacks and clearing fortifications. it had one of the thickest armor platings of it's time, and was invunurable against most german anti-tank weaponry. it's main gun wasnt that powerfull, only a 6-pounder, but it did get aditional firepower upgrades later in the war, such as the churchill crocodile (added a flamethrower) or the churchill HAVRE (replaced main gun with a heavy mortar to convert it into attillery)

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 Artjomski10.0
Function rating by DexExMachina7.0
Creative rating by DexExMachina10.0
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ilies45
1 month ago
and the Churcil 75mm version

Ratings 9.0 creative0
DexExMachina
1 month ago
Oh yeah struts are kinda hard to incorporate to artbots.

Ratings 7.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
Artjomski
1 month ago
awesome build, nice usage of the struts

Ratings 10.0 creative0

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