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Type 89B

SMG Hover added 2 weeks ago

the type 89B I-Go was a japanese medium tank from WW2. it was a very basic tank, one of the first designed by the japanes and was replaced very quickly, but it played an important role in japanese tank design doctrines. it was very fast for a medium tank, but with a 37mm short-barreled, low-velocity gun it was very undergunned even at the time of design, let alone at the time of production or later.

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. this model does have quite a lot of spare CPU, feel free to modify it with heavy weapons, nano's or a module.

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Creative rating by DiscipleX10.0
Function rating by DexExMachina8.0
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Spacecam
1 week ago
Heh cute

Ratings 10.0 creative0
ForbiddenUser
2 weeks ago
Why does these tanks reminds me of Girls Und Panzer

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Ingmar118
1 week ago
since my paintjobs are similair to theirs, i only made this one since it's in the series anyway xD
DexExMachina
2 weeks ago
Awesome stuff, It may be a bad tank irl but with that cpu you can add as any guns as you want.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
DiscipleX
2 weeks ago
This one is real nice

Ratings 10.0 creative0

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