This is the Presentation Model sent for post-prototype trials, and is missing the 7.62mm MGs, and the 20mm cannon from the turret.

Varrenking Heavy - Late Prototype Presentation Model

The following version is the standard variant, with a turret roof 7.62 MG for defence against infantry, and an internal 20mm cannon for soft targets. The Varrenking was designed as a do-everything vehicle, able to support infantry and mechanised advances over any terrain. Less suited to urban warfare, the Varrenking is still a capable tool in any combat environment due to high performance armour and powerful weaponry.

Varrenking Standard Heavy

Varrenking Heavy Tank:

Weight: 92t

Hull Length: 10.2m

Overall Length: 13.4m

Barrel Length: 5.2m

Width: 4m

Top Speed [Road]: 28mph

Top Speed [Off-Road]: 24mph

Power: Diesel Electric

2800hp, Twin-stacked radial engine, driving generator.

Front and rear drive wheels powered by electric motors.


Primary Cannon, 152mm, 60 rounds

Secondary Cannon 20mm Autoloader, 800 rounds

1x Hull 12.7mm machine gun, 2400 rounds

2x Turret 7.62x51mm machine guns, 2800 rounds each

Crew: 7



Radio Operator


2x Loader

1x Gunner


1.Incredible armament capable of destroying almost all other opponent vehicles.

2. High battlefield presence, threatening to enemy.

3. Varied armament allows the taking on of multiple target type efficiently.

4. Electric Motor drive wheel system allows for continuous turning without brake overheat.

5. Three hatches on turret, forward two armed with 7.62mm machine guns, rear hatch for escape and entry.

6. Compartmentalised design protects crew from ammunition explosions or engine fires.

7. The Varrenking is fully water resistant with ventilation closed for up to 180 seconds.

8. The Varrenking is a very versatile vehicle, with many turret and armament configurations available.


1. Huge weight prevents high speed

2. Large size means the Varrenking is hard to handle in an urban environment

3. External water tanks susceptible to damage

4. High weight is an issue when crossing bridges and soft terrain

5. With vents closed for water crossings, diesel engine must be switched off prior to crossing, and restarted on the other side.

6. The Varrenking requires a large crew of 7 for full combat effectiveness, however a crew of 2-4 can operate the vehicle in extreme situations.

7. The Varrenking is expensive and reasonably slow to produce.