Wow what a tank! I suppose that it has that Special Hit table, but its way undergunned for something so massive. I'd of thought it might move faster (say 6") for its size alone, those wheels would make up a lot of ground. Awesome looking machine - thank you for previewing it!
Post by David N.Tanner 07011959 on Apr 7, 2016 15:44:13 GMT
In the real world it was a mess. It was so underpowered it got stuck in soft ground early in it's trails and stayed there until the Bolsheviks broke it up for scrap. I think the guns in AQMF are way to big. But hey, it's a game. I guess you could give it 5" guns but that just gives it +3 Power instead of +2. Here's the Special Hit table I came up with.
Dave Tanner "In any moment of decision the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing." Theodore Roosevelt
@dave Tanner It just looks unusual and very cool! I thought that I saw a 1/72d scale plastic model for the Tsar tank once. I like massive 3 wheelers, like the German WW II Alket Minenraumer, designed to clear paths through minefields. I picked up a 1/35th model for my Orks about 10 years ago but alas never put it together. A 1/72d scale version like the one below would work well in AQMF. This is probably one of the rare exceptions that I would make for my historical timeline, only because it is so unusual. Perhaps just give it a turret swap. www.ipms-farnborough.co.uk/gallery/v/competitions/competitions_in_2014/jun_2014/DSCF4360.JPG.html