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E.A.F. MR-700 Hovertank . Well, that's it, we've hit the market! Anyone who would like to rent or by their very own MR-700 can rent it or buy it! If they have the money that is. But I promise, it's worth the small amount... Enjoy . This is my entry to the tank round of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Contest. And yes, Cade is awesome. I did it! I broke the invisible barrier preventing me from building a tank! I'm so proud... But, back to the point. The MR-700 comes equipped with all of the latest E.A.F. technology. We will cover this on the tour, so come along. First off, we have a 33.3 mm barrel for extreme explosive power, one thing that is not to be underestimated. Oh, and also, this tank is operated by a warhead that only listens to you. (no, not that warhead. This is just advanced computer technology, you don't need to understand it, just accept it. Second, the actual hovering part of the hover tank. It is so mind boggling that I have to explain it in more detail later. Also, as standard, the tank can rotate 300 degrees, because 360 is just sooo 2009. Here you see the storage tank for the fuel. The fuel is pure 100% custom clone, no preservatives, and compressed so that it can last for over a week and fit in the tank. Don't forget the useful and decorative exhaust pipes. More for decoration than for use. Did I mention that the shape of this hover tank evades radar detection? Now you can work in stealth. We now focus on the 13.5 mm. Anti-aircraft guns, a very good bonus, for then you don't have to worry about being bombed from above. Unfortunately, the standard package does not come with the AA guns, for they are an extra $70,000. Instead, you get these extra grates that serve as armor. Another upside to upgrading to the premium package is that the AA gun can be adjusted backwards for those pesky, sneaky jets who like to come from behind. They can't surprise attack you anymore, though, for the long range radar comes as a standard package. Standard can go up to 20 miles, and premium can go up to 50 miles. The upgrade costs $7,000 Here are the gravity defying devices that make the craft actually hover. These devices emit tiny particles at high speeds and fast so that the equal and opposite force required by Newton's third law of motion allows the tank to hover. This is the most advanced technology on the market, making the tank's value soar. (the clear pieces are there for support) Here we have our demonstrator Keith for scale. Yet another pic. What's that you say? Action? Oh, you want a trial battle to see how it performs. You've go it. Here is a band of rebels from sector 592. Let's see how things unfold, shall we? Ah yes, the ever effective intimidation tactic. The tank gives them five seconds over the loudspeaker to get the farthest away possible, for the closest rebel will be exploded. Funny how in panic people always bunch up so conveniently. Second later, a job well done. So, watcha waitin for? Get buyin! Standard=$100,000 Premium=$177,000 Fourth wall blabbering: Well, I hope you enjoyed my first tank, it was fun building it, and fun to post too. Tell me what you think in your comments. Waff out.

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