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sewerpers0n
sewerpers0n
1 year ago

i really like the design, but one question, why does the front look like it was striped down? it feels like it would be very easy to put a durasteel sheet there. im assuming it was primarily an aethstetic decision, as i can imagine the design being more boring with it in the way of the internal details.

CRMcNeill
CRMcNeill
1 year ago
Reply to  sewerpers0n

Possible explanation: because operational experience had shown that, while the front was sufficiently armored / shielded / angled to soak the sorts of damage a Broadsword could reasonably be expected to face, the sides proved more vulnerable, and the simplest solution was to add spaced armor to the flanks.

Lenard
Lenard
2 years ago

It looks like an actual and practical tank amazing

MaNdO'a 333
MaNdO'a 333
2 years ago

I really do believe that if the Empire had had more of these, they’re ground forces would have been far better off than with the fragile AT-ST’s and cumbersome AT-At’s. Repulsortanks are more nimble and quick than either of the two.

Nathan Redder
Nathan Redder
2 years ago

I like how configurable this tank is. I do wish it had rear guns though

Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago

So Fractal about this tank was this a original concept before this?
http://bbs.stardestroyer.net/viewtopic.php?p=3196812#p3196812
Also if you bring it back will it be a different class?

Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

Right and this tank is the same length as the original at 15 meters?

Tbillz
Tbillz
4 years ago

Love how it looks like a star wars version of an M2 Bradley

Dan
Dan
4 years ago

What is this things speed

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

What the length of this repulsor tank?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Like 7 or 8 meters long?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

By away is this repulsortank a light tank or a medium tank?

Zeitos
Zeitos
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

MAV stands for Medium Assault Vehicle. I can say that because of several legends vehicles having a HAV designation, that stands for, you guessed it, Heavy Assault Vehicle (atleased Im pretty sure of that). The small r stands for repulsor I think.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

Is the laser cannon in the middle the as the AT-AT’s twin laser cannons?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

Neat and how much stronger or weaker it is compare to the 2-M Saber class repulsor tank?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

*the SAME as the* I can not believe i forgot to type that in!

Hecatomb
Hecatomb
4 years ago

What are the two twin apertures at the front of the craft? They look like heavy ordnance launchers, but the firing line appears to be blocked by the ventral armor. Any thoughts on crafting a 2-M Saber-class tank?

gorkmalork
gorkmalork
5 years ago

So you *can* crank out compact, efficient armored units in an SW setting. Can’t help thinking a few of these would’ve made the Endor ground situation fiendishly rougher for Rebels & hooded rock-dropbear allies alike. And hey, nice wide rear exit hatch if you cop a disabling hit & make it down intact.

Zeitos
Zeitos
3 years ago
Reply to  gorkmalork

I mean there are canon repulsor tanks in the empires armory. The Firehawk and heavy Imperial Class repulsor tanks both are pretty compact, but still offer a bunch of firepower. They cant be outmaneuvered as easily as the At-At, as they can turn much more easily and there is no blind spot under them. They seem pretty cool. Maybe one day fractal will create models of those two. Would be a blast. I like them.