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The Leviathan 2-Series were a series of light tanks which shared the same chassis. Operated by the LERA, the 2-Series vehicles proved to be surprisingly versatile despite their small size and primitive control systems. Of the 2-Series several variant designs, the SPG-1 is the only one still in service with the LERA.

LT-2CEdit

LT-2C Zealot
LevLT2F
Design
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Role Light Tank
Specifications
Weight 18 Tons
Armor 50/40/20
Primary Armament x1 50mm Cannon
Secondary Armament x1 .50 Cal MG
Powerplant 21L V12 Diesel
Top Speed 55 MPH

The first ACF tank fielded by the LERA since the 1-Series Main Battle Tanks, the LT-2 Zealot was a significant departure from the last model of standard tank, favoring maneuverability and speed instead of armor or firepower. While the initial LT-2A and LT-2B models were equipped with modest V8 and V12 engines, the C model was equipped with the largest V12 ACF offers, allowing the tiny tank to reach speeds as high as 55 MPH on level ground. Firepower and defense were exceptionally poor, however, limiting the tank to lower-tier combat or scouting.

The LT-2 was fairly successful in combat, especially against tanks of its weight class. It was retired mid 2016 after it was replaced by newer Panzer IIs and M3 Stuarts.

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MT-1Edit

MT-1 Stanier
LevMT1F
Design
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Role Medium Tank
Specifications
Weight 20 Tons
Armor 80/60/20
Primary Armament x1 75mm Howitzer
Secondary Armament x1 .50 Cal MG
Powerplant 19L V8 Diesel
Top Speed 42 MPH

The MT-1 Stanier was a Medium tank built on the chassis of the LT-2. Initially a proof of concept testing the adaptability of the 2-Series chassis, the MT-1 had only barely reached operational status. Despite its title as a Medium Tank, the MT-1 weighed a little over 20 tons with comparatively poor armor. Its firepower was better than the LT-2 due to its 75mm Howitzer, however the lack of adequate defense severely limited its offensive capabilities. Its only asset, its speed, was also mired with problems due to its V8 powerplant: an engine which limited the MT-1's climbing abilities.

In combat, the MT-1 ultimately failed as a medium tank. It was retired in late 2015.

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TD-1Edit

TD-1 Longsword
LevTD1F
Design
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Role Tank Destroyer
Specifications
Weight 31 Tons
Armor 100/90/30
Primary Armament x1 75mm Cannon
Secondary Armament x1 .50 Cal MG
Powerplant 21L V12 Diesel
Top Speed 34 MPH

The TD-1 Longsword was a dedicated Tank Destroyer model built on the 2-Series chassis. With its large 75mm cannon, thick front armor, powerful engine, and robust interior layout, the TD-1 was at one time the mainstay of LERA armored divisions. Despite the fact that it was slower than the LT-2, the TD-1 had proven to be exceptionally good in combat thanks to its excellent firepower and armor.

In combat, the TD-1 performed well and stayed in service even after the introduction of better tanks, although it was finally retired in late 2016.

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EC-1Edit

EC-1
LevEC1F
Design
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Role Transport
Specifications
Weight 14 Tons
Armor 30/20/20
Primary Armament x1 .50 Cal MG
Secondary Armament None
Powerplant 6.5 I6 Diesel
Top Speed 22 MPH

The EC-1 is an Equipment Carrier built on the 2-Series chassis, equipped with a single .50 caliber machine gun. Its main purpose was to ferry troops behind the front lines, as well as transport equipment. It was retired in early 2017.








SPG-1Edit

SPG-1 Gizamaluke
LeviathanSPG1F
Design
Designer Admiral Leviathan
Role Self-Propelled Artillery
Specifications
Weight 21 Tons
Armor 50/30/20
Primary Armament x1 105mm Howitzer
Secondary Armament None
Powerplant 6.5 I6 Diesel
Top Speed 15 MPH

The SPG-1 Gizamaluke is a Self-Propelled Artillery piece built on the EC-1 Chassis. The SPG-1 is armed with a 105mm Howitzer capable of quick and accurate indirect fire. Its limited mobility restricts it to a small area of operations, and its light armor makes it vulnerable to most enemy tanks. The SPG-1 is the last vehicle in service with the LERA to use the 2-series chassis.

Design InformationEdit

The design of the LT-2 is based on the British Cruiser MKVI Crusader.

The MT-1 is based off of the British Cromwell.

The TD-1 is essentially a shorter-chassis version of the German Jagdpanzer IV/L70.

The SPG-1 is a ripoff of the German Wespe

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