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Lightweight™Hover Tank

SMG Hover added 4 weeks ago

A tank capable of moving through any terrain...Equipped with a LOML stinger (T4) and a laser leviathan (T5)
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When the Lightweight™ company was formed, after the invention of hover technology, they received demands of a fast mobile tank capable of traversing through any terrain since tanks during those days moved via tracks which are slow. The team was pressured since they just started testing their hover technology on heavy metals...which was not going well... The team then decided to hit two birds with one stone and started developing the Tank's chassis at the same time test the hover blades on the body of the tank. A couple months moved by and the team has not yet perfected its speed and mobility. They tried everything, using additional sleds (known for their great sliding technology), thrusters, hover rods... Everything was ready except the desired speed of the tank. The manager lost faith and decided to turn down the contract...But before he got a chance to do such a thing, one of the engineers figured out a solution. Why not add the recently produced Propeller made by a company called "Tornado Flight tech" which had members the left the Wings of War™ team...The technology made by Tornado Flight was capable of forcing an object really hard as its in mid air despite its size and weight. The idea seemed to be a gamble, but the team was so desperate to release the tank to show what their team is capable of producing and what their hover tech can do. The team then did it, they sacrificed their whole day and night just to set up the dual propellers behind the tank. On the next day, the team started the tank and fired the engines up. The tank then boosted straight forward but then stopped as the engines turned off. The team checked to see that the engine has drained all of its power despite it being full before they tested it. The manager then chose to add a Giga battery behind it to power the tank...The decision payed off but with a hefty price tag by "Matter Shock tech" which is the same as Tornado Flight but this time they produce modules for the companies to purchase for their bots.

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Luke20055
2 weeks ago
Repetitive front looks nice from a distance and the overall colour-scheme is pleasing to the eye. Cool robot :)

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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