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Juxtaposer Class Heavy Tank . . The sound - the measured grate of a thousand thousand razors tearing at pavement. The whine of pistons as five tons of alloy is calibrated. The whump of wind being knocked from a behemoth's lungs. Finally, the brain searing blast of an exploding star. Dazed, it takes a moment to see the building which you once stood in is now mere fragments of mortar tumbling through soot choked air. As you fall, you see the stark white avatar of Death below you, smoke curling from its modern scythe. -Taken from "Memoirs of a Warrior: Battle in the Maritimes" This is my tank for the war game, Decisive Action being run here on MOCpages. Buckle up your seatbelts... The first Juxtaposer class tank was driven by Vaul Permeesch, esteemed deadeye and photographer of the Maritime Coalition. He has difficulty holding down his drinks though, so by virtue of being the only person able to tolerate the smell of the turret he remained the only driver of this particular tank. Yes, we have holographic displays. Please try not to drool too much. Prototype photos shown here are taken in the Maritime Coalition's R&D lab, hence the stark blue walls. This tank is designed for urban warfare - it's main turret can bring a skyscraper to its knees and the two depleted uranium machine cannons make short work of anything smaller. Reinforced titanium treads. As if you had any doubt about whether we have class. One of the aforementioned depleted uranium machine cannons. Seems overkill to use them on anything really... The back. I was inspired by Corporate Alliance Tank droids from Star Wars for the monotread design. This is what you see a couple of seconds before you stop seeing anything at all. Thanks for stopping by, if you like this tank fuel up its power by donating a like or comment! ;)

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