|Woden II Main Battle Tank|
|Place of origin||Brytene|
|Used by||Confederate Brytisc Fleet|
|Manufacturer|| Kuribayashi Arms|
|Number built||210 units|
|Length||13.5m (gun forward)|
|Armor||Volsung Level 2 (classified)|
|1x IT30 120mm rifled gun|
|1x 7.62mm co-ax chain gun, 1x 40mm grenade launcher|
|Engine|| Wernham-Hogg V12 diesel|
|Fuel capacity||1,592 litres|
|550km on road, 250km off road|
|Speed||59km/h on road, 40km/h off road|
The Woden II was the primary Main Battle Tank of the Confederate Brytisc Fleet. Designed and manufactured by Kuribayashi Arms in conjunction with Wernham-Hogg, the Woden II is not currently available for general sale. The successor to the successful second-generation Woden I, the Woden II is a highly-rated battle tank which performed well in international trials and a few cursory peacekeeping deployments. It was superceded in 1998 by the FV41 Auroch, when the Fleet Command decided that it was no longer financially viable to maintain an expensive R&D programme for Main Battle Tanks when the Brytisc Fleet made minimal use of them in comparison to other military vehicles. The Woden II is still used in training exercises and as a reservist unit.
Designed to be highly survivable, the Woden II mounts a rifled 120mm gun capable of firing HESH, APFSDS and white phosphorous rounds. It has a full visibility suite, offering 360° degree vision and a suite of thermal and night-vision systems, as well as a 7.62mm chaingun and a 40mm grenade launcher in order to provide close-in support against infantry and lighter targets.
The Woden II introduced a slew of armour upgrades, including Volsung Lvl 2 composite armour, bar armour, and explosive reactive armour kits, as well as NBC (nuclear, biological, chemical) protection systems.
Additional features include smoke launchers and a BV (boiling vessel) for the preparation of hot beverages.