: A vehicle with a drill on the front.
- Straight: Bob breaks into the enemy base by drilling through with his drill tank.
- Exaggerated: Bob's drill tank is literally a huge drill on wheels, and has no room for a driver, so it has to be controlled remotely.
- Downplayed: ???
- Justified: The drill tank was originally a tool used by a mining company.
- Bob's vehicle fills empty space behind itself with rock to slow the pursuers.
- Bob has a big drill which also doubles as a vehicle, and is used almost solely for the latter purpose.
- Subverted: Bob rides in on a drill tank, but the apparent "drill" is a cone-shaped, laser beam generator.
- Double Subverted: ...which also doubles as an actual drill.
- Bob duct-tapes an ordinary hand drill to his bicycle and insists everyone call it "THE DRILL JUGGERNAUT!"
- The drill tank is parked right between the chainsaw tank and the screwdriver tank. The wrench tank is in the shop for repairs.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Bob decides that he needs to re-fit his ordinary tank to somehow get through the thick rocky walls of the enemy base. He eventually settles on a tank that fires frickin' huge missiles.
- Enforced: "Blowing up the enemy base with explosives would be so boring. I want my characters to use an awesome drill tank!"
- Lampshaded: "Wow, a drill tank. I've heard they're becoming fashionable."
- Invoked: ???
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: The enemy base is specifically protected against giant drills of all kinds.
- Discussed: "If only we had a drill tank!"
- Conversed: "Hey, come watch the movie! It's the part with the awesome giant frickin drill, you don't want to miss it!"
- Deconstructed: Bob gets brain damage because he's sitting in a vehicle attached to a huge, noisy, spinning drill.
- Reconstructed: Bob installs special dampeners to prevent harm to the driver.
Bore your way back to Drill Tank