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Eeee~! Lookie at the thing the bestest boy ever made! It's gorgeous! -cries tears of joy just looking at it- 
Aurumtech EEFV-TR Mk.I ''Balaur''
The Aurumtech EEFV-TR Mk.I "Balaur" (Aurumtech East Europe Fighting Vehicle-Tanc Românesc Mk.I) A balanced, nearly polyvalent Main Battle Tank, designed specifically for Eastern European countries at a request from various countries to create a line of fighting vehicles domestically produced, that did not depend on western nor eastern technology, but domestic designs. The design is to be top of the line, providing firepower, mobility and protection to the crew. The Requirements were to be the comfort, and protection of Western tanks with the reliability, mobility and low profile of eastern ones.

Chassis:
Forged AT-400 (Graphene-Coltan-Titanium) and AT-450 (Graphene-Ceramics-Steel)
A Base chasis is first produced, as a single shell-like structure, onto which an outer hull is fused

Base Chassis
-Front: 75mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450, Upper Glacis @ 75 degrees from vertical, lower glacis @ -10 degrees from vertical up to idler wheel housing.
-Idler Wheel Housing: 75mm AT-400, 75mm AT-450, Upper Glacis @ 45 degrees from vertical, lower glacis @ -45 degrees from vertical, a third plate separates the idler wheel housing from driver's compartment and supply storages, 50mm AT-400 and 50 mm AT-450, @ 0 Degrees from vertical.

-Sides: 50mm AT-400, 40 mm AT-450, upper glacis rounded, lower glacis @30 degrees from vertical.


-Rear: 75 mm AT-400, 75mm AT-450 for upper glacis, flat angle, followed by transmission housing, followed by a 50 mm AT-400 plate from engine housing, flat angle. 75mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450 for lower glacis, @ -45 degrees from vertical.

-Top: 25 MM AT-400, 5 mm AT-450 at the engine section. 20 mm AT-400, 5mm AT-450 at the top of the driver's position and driver's hatch.

-Bottom: 25 mm AT-400, 25 mm AT-450, v-shape hull, 5 degree angle from horizontal.

A uniform 5 mm thick AT-300 (Graphene, Steel, Titanium) layer fills the space between the chassis and the outer hull

A 50 mm thick AT-450 plate divides engine compartment and crew compartments.

Outer Hull:

-Front: 25 mm AT-400, 25 mm AT-450, Upper Glacis @ 75 degrees from vertical, lower glacis @ -10 degrees from vertical
-Idler Wheel Housing front: 25mm AT-400, 25mm AT-450, Upper Glacis @ 45 degrees from vertical, lower glacis @ -45 degrees from vertical

-Side: 25 mm AT-400, 10 mm AT-450, upper glacis rounded, lower glacis @30 degrees from vertical.
-Skirts: 50 mm AT-50 (Graphene-Ceramics-Titanium), convex shaped, double layered (16 can be seen, 14 situated behind, 25 mm space between layers)
-Drive Wheel Guard: 50 mm AT-400, flat, bracings connect it to the chassis.

Rear: 25 mm AT-400, 25mm AT-450 for upper and lower glacis, upper glacis at flat angle, lower glacis @ -45 degrees from vertical.

-Bottom: 5 mm AT-400, 5 mm AT-450, V-shaped, @ 5 degrees from horizontal.




Turret:

Forged AT-400 and AT-450

-Front: 100 mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450, hemispheric shape. Added 50 mm AT-400 belt protect flatter lower section and flatter sides of the hemispheric shape.

-Sides: 75 mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450, rounded. Added 50 mm AT-400 belt protects flatter lower section.
-Spaced armour Sides: 50 mm AT-50, convex plating, double layered (16 seen, 14 under)

-Rear: 75 mm AT-400 plate affixed to antenna section, 60 degrees from vertical. 50 mm AT-400, 25 mm AT-450 Rear plating, top section @ 45 degrees from vertical, lower section flat. Rear plating is followed by both short, long range and satellite radios, radio housing is separated from the turret magazine by a 100mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450 flat plate. Magazine safety includes a 50 mm AT-400, 50 mm AT-450 plate sepparating it from the fighting compartment.

-Top: 25 mm AT-400, 25 mm AT-450, lightly rounded.

-Gun Mantle: 100 mm AT-400, 75 mm AT-450, arranged to match front turret profile.


Firepower:
-L50 Rail Gun, 140mm (Metric adapted design from the Cerberus MK. V) L/50. Firing Universal High Explosive-Fragmentation, incendiary variant as well (steel casing, internally lined with 10 mm calibre tungsten bearings, under which lies a 25 kg ONC charge, to ensure penetration, a tungsten rod acts as core, the ONC charge propelling it at higher velocity on detonation, indendiary variant replaces 50% of the tungsten bearings with magnesium pellets, as well as 1 kg of White Phosphorous filling the spaces between shrapnel and casing.), as well as HESH (50 kg ONC charge), Thermobaric Demolition (30 kg ONC, 5 kg White Phosphorous, 5 kg thermite, 5 kg of flaked aluminium powder w/magnesium pellets) and both Anti-Tank/Anti Structure missiles and Anti-Air ones
The gun uses Energy canisters to power the railgun, the round/missile is loaded, followed by the canister, Energy Charges are rated at 1/3, 2/3 and 3/3, a full power charge gives the HESH shell, heaviest available a muzzle velocity of 1800 m/s. Missiles should be only fired with a 1/3 charge, firing shells with 1/3  and 2/3 charges gives it the effectivity of a howitzer, while a 3/3 charge gives it the performance of a high velocity, flat trajectory gun. Charge canisters have a 140 mm calibre, and 400 mm in length, colour and number coded (fluorescent white for 1/3, fluorescent green for 2/3, fluorescent orange for 3/3), loaded with the semi-automatic loader, weighting 25 kg each.

Loading is carried by a semi-automatic system, which loads shells from the magazine located in the turret bustle and the energy cell magazine underneath, controlled by the gunner/commander.

-20 mm AHWS Co-Axial: 20mm railgun autocannon, fed by 300 round belts.

-15 mm AHWS Remote Weapons systems: 15 mm railgun autocannon, loaded with 3000 rounds.

-90 mm mortars: Set of 16 mortars, remotely operated from within the turret, used to dispense smoke, flares, gas canisters, and small drones. mortars have a 5 degree traverse left and right, and a 90 to 45 degree elevation.


Optics:
- 2x Aurumtech Triclops (Thermal, Image intensifier/Night Vision Device, Regular) up to 25x magnification, one coaxially mounted, one mounted on remote weapons station
-Laser rangefinder.

As well:
-Sonar
-Radar

Defensive measures:
-Thermoadaptive and photoadaptive camouflage
-Tesla coil system (Residual energy from exposure to sunlight and from firing the gun is stored, can be coursed through the hull, letting it act as a tesla coil) Capable of intercepting slow projectiles and in emergencies, infantry, useful for clearing minefields.
-IR-EM Countermeasures: Mounted front, sides and rear of turret, will hamper seeking and targeting systems the vehicle may encounter.
-Signature reduction system: Reduces radar and sonar profile of the tank, reduces noise emitted.
-Microwave emitter: The hull of the tank emits microwaves, effectively detonating explosives up to 10 metres from the vehicle, useful against infantry and slow-moving missiles, can be directed on a cone, or on a full radius.
-Heavy duty NBC Systems, protection against thermobaric weaponry as well.

Communications:
-Short Range radio (1-5 km, safe communication guaranteed)
-Long Range radio (1-100 km, safe communication, 1 second delay between messages)
-Satellital Radio (Not guaranteed safety, depends on satellite availability, 1-2 second delay)

-Command Variants get secure satellite comms, forgoing space in the turret.

-Position lights can be used to communicate in morse.

Mobility:
-Medium-Heavy Propulsion pack.
-12 cylindre, 28 litre engine, 'w' arrangement, 3500 HP, 4500 Nm torque @ 5000 rpm.
-8 speed transmission, heavy duty, robotic assisted, 2 reverse, neutral, 6 forward.

-500mm tracks, all-weather.
-Hydropneumatic suspension.
-Roadwheels are cast AT-400

Maximum Speed 60 km/h on road, 50 km/h off road, 15 km/h underwater.
Operational Range: 750 km + 250km if external tanks are used

Crew: 2

Driver/Navigator
Gunner/Commander

2 AI for driving/navigation and gunnery.

If Command Vehicle, a third crewman is added to act as dedicated commander, leaving a Commander-Gunner-Driver/navigator.

Other:
-Boiling vessels, 2, one and two litres each (For food heating, drink manufacture)
-Heating and cooling for both tropical and arctic conditions.
-Ration storage
-Surgeon kit
-50 litres of water for consumption
-Crew positions allow for comfortable sleep within tank (Tandem, in hull, good leg space)


Dimensions:
-2.8m height
-3.5m width
-9m length (hull only, add 4 m for measurement with gun barrel included)
-75 tonnes combat ready.


Note: This was to be a St. Valentine's exchange for a certain marshmallow, due to complications, it's quite late, however, here it is, enjoy!
HOLY CRAPOLA YOU GUYS THIS THING IS FRIGGIN' AMAZING AND THE ART IS JUST UNF! PLEASE, GO GIVE THIS A LIKE AND FAVE AND WATCH AND STUFF!!!!!! 

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HOLY CRAPOLA YOU GUYS THIS THING IS FRIGGIN' AMAZING AND THE ART IS JUST UNF! PLEASE, GO GIVE THIS A LIKE AND FAVE AND WATCH AND STUFF!!!!!! 

[Adopt]: Mezray Raffle [OPEN] by Huuni

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Your moth lady is very lovely ^_^ Excellent work~
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Ehrmegersh! Thankies so much! <3 
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Blinking Watch Thanks 
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Thank you for the watch! Have a nice day! :D
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