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HeavyArmor™ Destroyer

Plasma Tank added 4 weeks ago

The HeavyArmor™ was assigned by the secretary of national defense to induce a new element called Meltel. This material produces a really strong liquid that is capable of melting almost anything. The company had to do trial and error tests in order to even contain this new cautious element. After months of endless tests, they finally succeeded and were able to even come up with methods on using the element as a weapon of Doom.
The company then balanced the distribution of the destructive liquid to their weapons, giving the tank 2 types of firepower: Explosive and Impaling.

CPU: 2,000
Health: 2,533,755
Mass: 63,436 kg
Tier: 5

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4 weeks ago

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