Guild Vehicle Plans
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M7 Harney Light Tank
Mk.23/T “Penny” Tank
|Mk.47 "Shilling" Tank Destroyer|
|Unit Type||Light Tank|
|Country of Origin||File:USAthumb.gif United States|
|Created at||International Inc Plant #2, Detroit|
|Key Features||» »30mm Stinger cannon|
» »Roll of pennies
» »Bolt-on plating
» »Frontal maneuvering bumper
» »Tea dispenser
Main Article: Scorpion Tank
Scorpion tanks are one of the most widespread types in the world, and every nation has a couple of twenty lying around somewhere, this includes the Guild.
The Guild's scorpions are usually bought from II by individual companies of infantry who want a tank to supplement their firepower. As the scorpion is by far the cheapest, and by no means a inefficient vehicle, the scorpion tank is the usual pick of these individuals. These Scorpions are usually patched up with whatever goods the drivers can find, resulting in what most people in the Guild call "Penny" tanks. Penny tanks differ from tank to tank, some being unusually bland, while others are essentially moving blocks of cover, sometimes a extra machine-gun makes way for a bulldozer-blade, while others are covered with barbed wire. While the Guild's preferred choice of tank in an engagement remains the Tillbury, the odd Pennies can always be seen in Guild settlements.
Mk.50 "Shilling" Tank Destroyer
|Mk.50 "Shilling" Tank Destroyer|
|Unit Type||Tank Destroyer|
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Created at||International Inc Plant #4, Monterrey|
|Key Features||» »88mm cannons (x2)|
» »Steel hull (rusted in the marshes)
» »Heavy V16 big block (16MPG)
» » Advanced targeting systems (map)
» »Guinea pig catapult
Main Article: Marauder Tank
Where International Inclusive sells Scorpions to Individual rebels and branches, the Guild themselves as a whole also have dealings with II, mainly on the basis of the Mk. 48 Marauder. Though the Guild is entirely capable of building their own tanks, the simplicity and fairly cheap value of the Marauder sometimes wins over the heavily expensive process of re purposing a already running factory.
As the Guild has many uses for the Marauder tank, most of these tanks are immediately Customized upon purchase, with parts and weapons slapped on without abandon to form one of the few simple designs the Guild has for Marauders. These tanks are subsequently called Shilling tanks. The most commonly seen Version of the shilling is the Mk. 50 Shilling tank Destroyer , a Marauder with added armor plates, culminating at the front and top of the vehicle, and a extra barrel on top of the two pre-existing ones. As finisher, the whole vehicle is covered in sandbags, providing a cheap extra layer of defense. This Design was made in response to Pahit artillery, and versions exist across Indonesia. Other marauder redesigns made by the Guild include the Mk. 52 Shilling Infantry fighting tank, Mk. 55 Shilling Artillery platform, Mk. 5X Shilling Guinea Pig catapult platform and the Mk. 56 Shilling Mobile bunker.
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