these are the full stats of the Lanchester, the upcoming wheeled vehicles for the Convoy mode:
-Thanks to Ctacello for the help.
Weight: 4 675
Maximum speed: 82/40 km/h
Hull traverse: 40
Turret traverse: 73
Terrain resistance: 1.055/1.247/2.205 Continue reading “Lanchester Armoured Car Full stats”
full stats of the Emil I are now out:
Weight: 28 800
Power-to-weight: 19,1 hp/t
Maximum speed: 45/16 km/h
Hull traverse: 32 deg/s
Turret traverse: 20.9 deg/s
Terrain resistance: 1.151/1.247/2.014 Continue reading “Swedish Emil I Full Stats”
the part 2 of the Centurion‘s ITCH is now available:
this is a bit unexpected, the publisher Dark Horse Comics has released a WoT comic book which has been written by two time “Eisner Award” winning writer Garth Ennis, and Artist/Co-Creator behind “Judge Dredd” Carlos Ezquerra.
-I personally have meet Carlos Ezquerra a month ago, just like the other Judge Dredd creators he was a really nice guy.-
An untested British crew inadvertently commands an unconventional Cromwell tank into France while hunted by a hardened German panzer unit:
Guess what I will be reading tonight…
The 100 Years of Tanks mode will be called “Convoy” instead, a far better and easier namethis is what you can expect:
Minimap and Loading Screen
Medals Continue reading “Convoy aka 100 Years of Tanks mode”
I’m finally back from the weekend, was camping at Tanks Trucks and Firepower and was a bit secretive about this as it was more of a “family outing around tanks. There’s always a vehicle or 2 I haven’t seen before at this type of events but I went to it for some peace and quiet away from the desk and games and wanted to be able to go a bit crazy/overboard as I was hanging out with not only a family group but also a second group full of crazy service and ex-service man that I’ve become friends with.
I arrived from it on late Monday night and spent Tuesday taking care of documentation (city council, bank, car, provisional license, etc etc) and to rest because I arrived knackered from partying, playing with kids, driving like lunatics in the arena and catching torrential rain.
Photo (not mine) from Sunday night, eating cooked Halloumi on a stick from a washing-machine drum fire. 🙂
After a long time i finally went to the archives again to find more about that mysterious tank that would very likely become the Tier 9 and 10 Swiss heavy tanks.
First of all this was a project by the Swiss military in order to replace the faulty Panzer 68. Development on the Panzer 74 project began in 1969 and the concept was known as the VZ 67 which stands for Versuchsfahrzeug 67. A later version is called the VZ 71 (1971) and is the VZ 67s hull and the Panzer 68s turret (this version is likely to be the Tier 9’s stock configuration) and would be armed with a licence built RO L7 105 mm gun. Continue reading “The Panzer 74 Project ( VZ 67, VZ 71)”