Char Saint Chamond (x2)
Includes two Char Saint Chamond tanks
France's second attempt at designing a heavy tank led to the Char Saint Chamond, which was the largest tank built in France during the war.
Weighing in at 23 tonnes, the Char Saint Chamond was armed with a full-size 75mm gun located in the front of the vehicle, with 4 Hotchkiss machine-guns located on the sides. France produced about 400 of the Saint Chamond tanks during the war and used them alonside their other designs until the armistice in 1918.
The Char Saint Chamond in Great War
Armour – Front: 1
Armour – Side: 1
Armour – Top:1
Hull MG, Two side-mounted MG, Hull rear MG, Landship, Overloaded
75mm mle 1897 gun
In Flames Of War, some tanks are Landships and use the special rules on pages 6-7 of Great War, in addition to the other Great War Tanks rules.
Most notably, Landships can withstand a lot of punishment and still keep fighting. When shooting or artillery would usually destroy a Landship, a second Firepower Test is made, and if it fails, the Landship is only Damaged, and a Damage marker is placed on the Landship.
2x Char Saint Chamond hulls.
2x 75mm guns.
4x 8mm Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun sprues.
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