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Rebellion Tortoise-Class Fighter Tank . A tank with the mobility of a walker and incredible speed. Heavily armed and armored, only a few were put into production. I decided I never make anything out of yellow, and this is the result! Partially inspired by the GAT from the Clone Wars game, and partially taken from the rebel tank in Battlefront II. . The back of this powerful, yet high-velocity, tank. With the door open, you can see the troops awaiting deployment. The weapons of these soldiers and the driver are kept on the back of the door. The tank is equipped with a turret on the top, which houses a high-powered laser cannon and eight missile tubes. The legs can swing into this position to raise the back of the tank and lower the front guns. The ability of these legs to "rearrange" allow it much greater mobility than a standard tank. They can also be moved into this position, to aim the tank upward. From this angle, you can see the driver in the front windshield, and the gunner in the turret above. You can also see the front guns. The tank also has working shocks on this side... And on the other side... The top hatch opens, allowing the trooper in the turret and the driver with another way out, which is accessible by ladder. On the left, clipped onto the wall, are the two portions to a blaster pistol. All the troops outside the tank; the driver has his own personal blaster pistol. Edit: I outfitted the tank to hold a third troop in the back, and replaced the turret operator with a B-wing pilot. Unfortunately I never got a picture of this, but you can just imagine the back of the tank a stud longer. The driver at his controls.

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