I now have new techs to show:
The cheapest artillery available,this can be mass produced very quickly.
Features simple mobility and can be locked for fixed shots.To do so,switch the stabilizer wheel with the angled block.
GeoCleaner(sorry for the bad snap,I have no mouse to fix the zoom ATM):
This big boy will clean your area which has resource chunks,blocks,rocks,and trees.
Has plasma cutters underneath for low-lying rocks and seams.
A modestly armed and armored battle tank.
Much like it's namesake,batteries galore!
@Dynamix Main Battle Tanks (in our classification of vehicles) tend to be a step above Light tanks in terms of firepower and armor, so this is alright. Approved.
As for our Heavy tanks, they tend to be around 20 blocks long and focus on firepower and armor. There are exceptions to that rule since we have Heavy tanks that reach 100mph+ and some tanks exceeding the 30 block length, acting less as tanks and more as Landships.
The Sea Root is what looks like a child of the Barracuda Medium Destroyer and the Crocodile Amphibious Vehicle, that is because it is, metaphorically.
It was originally intended to replace both ships to cut costs and streamline its production - a common virtue of military logistics. But due to its larger price tag and its above-average performance compared to its descendants, it was largely debated as to how it will fit the Lemonion Military doctrine.
It did however, impressed those in command of the Iron Peel, the Lemon Kingdom's elite fighting force. This small, but relatively powerful branch of the military requested this ship for their own use, as they deem it perfect for their general strategy.
In the end, the Barracuda and Crocodile were kept in service, but the Sea Root became an "Elite ship" of sorts, with a small production line recently operational.