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Walter_Sobchak #1 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:36

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I was goofing around checking out old patent applications and I found this.  What do you think Wargaming?  A new tier 1 tank?  :trollface:

 



Pirate_with_rum #2 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:39

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Does it even have a weapon?

Sokolniki #3 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:42

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View PostPirate_with_rum, on Jan 20 2015 - 01:39, said:

Does it even have a weapon?

 

Projectile vomit.


Milk Variety is standard while Applejuice is the premium variety of ammo.



The_Diadect #4 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:42

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is that.... an armored baby carrier? yeah i thought so.... still cool

IcedBroom #5 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:42

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View PostPirate_with_rum, on Jan 19 2015 - 19:39, said:

Does it even have a weapon?

 

I don't think so lol. Also anyone else read on the picture "Baby carriage" lol?



Alphabloom #6 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:43

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i think it's for very large babies 

krazydude4 #7 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:44

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that's one pimped out baby carriage

Microsoft_Hero_BillGates #8 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:45

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As long as this tank goes 90 KPH, 250mm armor all around (not including sloping/angles), and weighs as much as a Maus I will totally be fine without it having a gun.  :)

brawler1967 #9 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:46

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Powered by one Human and doesn't do well uphill due to weight. Goes really well downhill though. Driver is badly exposed to incoming fire.

Walter_Sobchak #10 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:49

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Here is another odd item I found in Google patents.

 



Mikosah #11 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:54

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Is that a lawn mower? OP nurf nao!

krazydude4 #12 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 01:58

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View PostWalter_Sobchak, on Jan 19 2015 - 16:49, said:

 

war trains now got a new meaning O.o

Harkonen_siegetank #13 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 02:09

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A baby stinker is a weapon. A crowd control weapon though.

L8Rgator #14 Posted Jan 20 2015 - 02:10

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"I want to make sure my baby carriage is able to withstand light MG fire of up to the Russian 7.62x54mm caliber. It should be compatible with reactive armor so as to be able to resist fire from the RPG-29's and SMAW's. Finally, it should weigh enough to crush fortified positions." -Said by: With the exception of the overprotective parent who designed this, Nobody... Ever...

fsjd #15 Posted Jan 21 2015 - 05:41

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View PostPirate_with_rum, on Jan 19 2015 - 18:39, said:

Does it even have a weapon?

 

it has four that depend on the installed payload, and one that you really, really, REALLY don't want to deal with.

1) cuteness factor.

2) crowd dispersal siren.

3) loaded diapers.

4) projectile vomiting.

5) mama bear and papa wolf. you so much as try to scratch their kid, you are in SO much trouble. seriously, the parent(s) were nuts enough to buy this carriage for their kid. do you really think they wont take on the whole planet and WIN?

 



Xlucine #16 Posted Jan 22 2015 - 00:37

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Why has no-one posted this yet?

:child:



Slayer_Jesse #17 Posted Jan 29 2015 - 11:23

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For when you need to start raising an Armored Commander early... :teethhappy:

markodash #18 Posted Mar 22 2015 - 17:34

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banned because of use as a biological/chemical weapon

wylleEcoyote #19 Posted Mar 22 2015 - 18:18

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View Postkrazydude4, on Jan 19 2015 - 19:58, said:

 

war trains now got a new meaning O.o

 

I like the idea of ammo trains. 

 

Dont ya hate it when your favorite german TD runs out of ammo? (StEmil Hetzer StuG drivers im talkin to ya) 

 

well this will solve your problem pretty quick.



Blackhorse_Six_ #20 Posted Mar 23 2015 - 00:00

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View PostSokolniki, on Jan 19 2015 - 19:42, said:

Applejuice is the premium variety of ammo.

 

Corrosive over time and damaging to uniforms.

 

The hi-viscosity super-premium round (Applesauce & Bananas) can really gum things up.

 

We won't even discuss the super-super premium rounds ... which tend to have shorter range but are no less nasty ...






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