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Dreadnaught by PeterPrime Dreadnaught by PeterPrime
The lemurian supertank, Dreadnaught.

Acting as a front line command fortress and heavy siege/offensive monstrous hover tank.

The Dreadnaught is capable of transporting and storing numerous tanks and other armored vehicles and it also comes with 6 VTOL pads for air support.

Nothing can match it's firepower on the battlefield besides the gargantuan lemurian spider tank.

Used for large-scale offensives and for obliterating heavily fortified positions.
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Betakrogoth Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
What kind of projectiles do they fire from those main cannons?
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PeterPrime Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014   Digital Artist
Huge cannon shells, although I will still have to work on that. I'll probably redesign this one later on.
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LightningCato Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Student General Artist
This is pretty SWEET :D
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PeterPrime Featured By Owner May 9, 2012   Digital Artist
Thank you very much :)
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LightningCato Featured By Owner May 9, 2012  Student General Artist
You're welcome!
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Millenium110 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
Why a hover tank? Why not use treads? Treads would make much more sense on a scale like that. I like it, but I still think treads would make a lot more sense.
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PeterPrime Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012   Digital Artist
Because the Dreadnaught is considered a heavy command tank/carrier which can store numerous vehicles and weapons.
It needs to be more agile and couldn't let obstacles get in it's way, most notably water.
But what you say makes sense also, I just look at it as a mobile base rather then a tank.

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Millenium110 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
I see. You do know that having multiple tread bases that have armored rotation points will alow it to be extremely agile, and only really deep water would be a problem for it at that point.
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PeterPrime Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012   Digital Artist
Yeah, I know. I've seen them turn with reversed tread rotations.

But I still thought this "hover"...or rather anti-gravitational field suits this monster better :)
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Millenium110 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012
Oh, anti-grav is a whole different story. Anti-grav fits. Hover doesn't, but anti-grav does.
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