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Craft: "Firebrand" Flame Tank
Type: GalacTech - Authority "Firebrand" Flame Tank
Scale: Walker
Length: 11.4m
Skill: Ground Vehicle Operation: Firebrand Flame Tank
Crew: 1+1 Gunner
Passengers: 0
Cargo Capacity: 60kg
Cover: Full
Cost: 12,000 new; 4,000 used
Altitude Range: Ground Level
Manueverability: 1D
Move: 20; 50kmh
Body Strength: 2D
Weapons:
       Dual Flamethrowers
       Fire Arc: Turret
       Scale: Walker
       Skill: Flamethrower
       ROF: 1/2
       Fire Control: 2D
       Range: 3-10/20/50
       Damage: 5D+1 (First round, 4D for next 10 rounds unless extinguished)

Description: The Firebrand is a joint venture between Galactech and
Authority (one of the leading sources of flame weaponry) and is a tank
mounting dual flamethrowers, with an extremely distinctive appearance
from the two massive pressurized fuel tanks.  Able to shoot jets of
flame fifty meters long the Firebrand is a terrifying foe, and with
dual flamethrowers alternates attacks to make up for the slow rate of
fire of flame weapons.  The Firebrand is neither fast nor heavily
armored due to the massive weight of its fuel tanks, but is deadly in
close quarters and has great terror value.   The Firebrand is well
insulated and sealed to protect it from flames and smoke.

Despite its terrifying use as a weapon, Firebrands are also very
commonly seen being used to fight fires due to their strong protection
against flames, accurate sprayers and large tanks.  Usually one tank
is filled with fire retardant foam while the other remains filled with
flammable fuel for controlled counter burns.  A plow is also
frequently added.


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02/Jul/2011 02:49:17 Posted by : Alex Panzerkit {204.236.219.46}

Oops. The fire arc probably should be Front, not turret


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