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SuperSentinal #1 Posted Aug 22 2012 - 23:45

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Noticed a new tank in the gift section but I fail to find any data on the wiki or tankopedia on it. Anyone have the scoop on it?

https://worldoftanks...personal/gifts/

Knightmare93 #2 Posted Aug 22 2012 - 23:46

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Here:
http://wiki.worldoft...com/FCM36_Pak40

and here:
http://worldoftanks....ce/fcm_36pak40/

SuperSentinal #3 Posted Aug 23 2012 - 00:03

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Ahhhh its french, from the picture it looked grey, hence i though german

ChrisConrad #4 Posted Aug 28 2012 - 02:09

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View PostSuperSentinal, on Aug 22 2012 - 23:45, said:

Noticed a new tank in the gift section but I fail to find any data on the wiki or tankopedia on it. Anyone have the scoop on it?

https://worldoftanks...personal/gifts/
Not really new.

Siegewolf #5 Posted Aug 29 2012 - 21:02

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I have one.  It is slow as mud, has a slow turn rate but a decent gun.  Recoil though is hugh though.  Thing nearly leaps off the ground. It is taller than the Marder II and definitly not as good in the pen and RoF department.  I got it on a whim but don't play it much.  I don't recommend buying it unless you are into collecting tanks.

BINGOBANGLEDANGLE #6 Posted Aug 30 2012 - 04:02

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technically this is not a french tank. the chassis is but the gun and citadel are german. When france surrendered they left a surplus of tanks, a decent number of which were converted into spg's and td's. This particular td is actually a german marder 1. there were three versions i belive. one with a forward, mid, and rear mounted citadel. search marder 1 and you can find all the details and variants of this td.

R766 #7 Posted Oct 21 2012 - 17:56

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the tank is so high i get hit every time i hide behind rocks :arta:
so i think it sucks like the devils arm pit!!!