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1st May '16 10:12:59 PM davelerner
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* The Heavy man-tanks in ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator''.

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* The Heavy man-tanks man-tank in ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator''.''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator'' is the largest, strongest, and slowest style.
1st May '16 10:11:12 PM davelerner
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* The Heavy man-tank from ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator''.

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* The Heavy man-tank from man-tanks in ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator''.
1st May '16 10:08:05 PM davelerner
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* The Heavy man-tank from ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator''.
27th Apr '16 5:34:23 AM HighCrate
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** Capital ships -- most notably the Star Destroyer -- are perhaps the second-ultimate example (surpassed only by the aforementioned Death Star). Given their sheer size (they're at least as big as a small city!), they're mainly used to transport large groups of forces rather than engage directly. Of course, their weaponry and shielding make them practically a OneManArmy in their own right should the need for direct combat ever arise anyway.
26th Apr '16 3:40:04 PM Peridonyx
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** Capital ships -- most notably the Star Destroyer -- are perhaps the second-ultimate example (surpassed only by the aforementioned Death Star). Given their sheer size (they're at least as big as a small city!), they're mainly used to transport large groups of forces rather than engage directly. Of course, their weaponry and shielding make them practically a OneManArmy in their own right should the need for direct combat ever arise anyway.
19th Apr '16 11:45:25 PM dinohunterpat
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** Although the American army relied more on nimble turreted tank destroyers, they did contemplate on building assault vehicles similar to those of the German army. Their finest example was the experimental T28/T95 superheavy tank with frontal armor thickness of 305 mm (12 in), a 105 mm gun, and max speed of 13 km/h (8 mph). So it had more protection and firepower than the Elefant and Jagdtiger while also having worse mobility. The Army ultimately concluded that the vehicle was [[AwesomeButImpractical unusable]] as the heavy weigh limited movement across undeveloped roads and couldn't arrive in time for combat.

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** Although the American army relied more on nimble turreted tank destroyers, they did contemplate on building assault vehicles similar to those of the German army. Their finest example was the experimental T28/T95 superheavy tank with tank, which was designed for assaulting the heavily fortified walls and bunkers guarding the Axis homelands. Its frontal armor has a thickness of 305 mm (12 in), its gun had a caliber of 105 mm gun, mm, and its max speed of is only 13 km/h (8 mph). So it had more protection and firepower than the Elefant and Jagdtiger while also having worse mobility. The However, the Army ultimately concluded that passed up on the vehicle was T28/95, viewing it as [[AwesomeButImpractical unusable]] unusable in combat]] as the heavy weigh weight limited movement across undeveloped roads terrain and couldn't arrive in time for combat.
7th Apr '16 12:54:12 PM FordPrefect
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* Wrestling/HulkHogan, as a result of his [[DentedIron age and cumulative injuries]] has lost most of his mobility and speed. He can still knock people down with one punch, but he needs his opponents to come to him these days.

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* Wrestling/HulkHogan, as a result of his [[DentedIron age and cumulative injuries]] injuries]], has lost most of his mobility and speed. He can still knock people down with one punch, but he needs his opponents to come to him these days.
7th Apr '16 12:53:37 PM FordPrefect
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* The Franchise/{{Terminator}} is an infamous example. It just manages a brisk walking pace as it chases its prey, but by God, [[TheJuggernaut it will walk through anything]]. Plus it can dual-wield assault rifles due to it's immense strength.

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* The Franchise/{{Terminator}} is an infamous example. It just manages a brisk walking pace as it chases its prey, but by God, [[TheJuggernaut it will walk through anything]]. Plus it can dual-wield assault rifles due to it's its immense strength.
7th Apr '16 12:52:46 PM FordPrefect
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** The ultimate ''Star Wars'' example may be the Death Star itself. A mobile space station the size of a small moon, it moves at a crawl compared to the even the slowest starship, but once it gets within range, it can and will ''blow your planet up''.

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** The ultimate ''Star Wars'' example may be the Death Star itself. A mobile space station the size of a small moon, it moves at a crawl compared to the even the slowest starship, but once it gets within range, it can and will ''blow your planet up''.
1st Apr '16 12:01:06 PM thatmadork
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* The Franchise/{{Terminator}} is an infamous example. It just manages a brisk walking pace as it chases its prey, but by God, [[TheJuggernaut it will walk through anything]]. Plus it can dual-wield assault rifles due to it's immense strength.
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