Storm

Light tank manufactured by Tumbril Land Systems
Quick facts:
Storm
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Flight ready
Role
Combat Support
Size
Vehicle (S4/M)
Loaner
Capacity
Crew
1
Cargo
0 SCU0 KµSCU <br />0 µSCU <br />
Stowage
100 KµSCU0.1 SCU <br />100,000 µSCU <br />
Cost
Standalone
$ 80.00€ 80.80 <br />£ 68.00 <br />
Warbond
$ 70.00€ 70.70 <br />£ 59.50 <br />
Availability
Time-limited sales
Claim
1m
Expedite
15s
Expedite fee
430 aUEC
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Specifications
Length
10.5 m0.0105 km <br />1,050 cm <br />
Width
7.5 m0.0075 km <br />750 cm <br />
Height
3.6 m0.0036 km <br />360 cm <br />
Mass
92,270 kg92.27 t <br />
0 to scm
0 s
Scm to 0
0 s
0 to max
0 s
Max to 0
0 s
Hydrogen capacity
50,000 L50 SCU <br />
Hydrogen intake
0 L/s0 SCU/s <br />
Cross section
None
Electromagnetic
+ 410 %
Infrared
+ 85 %
Physical
- 10 %
Energy
- 10 %
Distortion
None
Thermal
None
Biochemical
None
Stun
- 100 %
Health
115,600 ❤️
Lore
Released
2606
Development
Announced
25 May 2023
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The Tumbril Storm was originally a single-seat blitz tank used during the Second Tevarin War. Tumbril has improved upon the original design by making it faster, stronger, and more impactful than previous models.[1] Today, the Storm fulfills a Light / Scout Tank role by providing reconnaissance with light fire power. The Storm is designed to provide support on the battlefield to its larger counterpart, the Nova.[2]

Features

Gale Force
The Storm features a cutting-edge turret-mounted autocannon that is capable of decimating targets much larger than itself, a new system unique to the 2953 overhaul by Tumbril, and an upgrade to the Storm's original offensive package.
Speed of Lightning
The Storm utilizes a propriety track system used in conjunction with a heavy duty power plant that allows it to close into its targets with speed that leaves the enemy dumbstruck.
Single-Seat Efficiency
The Storm's unique position of being a single-seater on the battlefield means that the cockpit utilizes every trick in the book to ensure it is an intuitive command center with ultra-responsive controls to cut down on the "bulky" feeling often associated with piloting a tank.

Specifications

Vehicle part
1x
S1
35,000 ❤️
1x
S1
27,000 ❤️
1x
S1
5,000 ❤️
1x
S1
5,000 ❤️
1x
S1
5,000 ❤️
1x
S1
5,000 ❤️

Model

Vehicle profile

Isometric Above Left-side Front Rear
Storm on Calliope - Isometric - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Storm on Calliope - Above - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Storm on Calliope - Leftside - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Storm on Calliope - Front - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Storm on Calliope - Rear - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Isometric Above Left-side Front Rear
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Isometric Above Left-side Front Rear
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Storm 3D concept - Above.png
Storm 3D concept - Left-side.png
Storm 3D concept - Front.png
Storm 3D concept - Rear.png

Series variants

Image Name Description
Storm AA on Calliope - Isometric - Cutout SCT Stripe BG.jpg
Storm AA A light tank with a large array of small anti-air missiles.

Paints

Image Paint Name Description Price (aUEC) Price ($)
Storm Darkside in hangar - Cut.png
"Darkside" Grey in colour with two tone grey analogue camo pattern with dark grey accents. [not available] 7.00 [3]
Storm Frost Line in hangar - Cut.png
"Frost Line" White in colour with two tone light grey analogue camo pattern with dark grey accents. [not available] 7.00 [4]
Storm Landfall in hangar - Cut.png
"Landfall" Green in colour with two tone green analogue camo pattern and dark grey accents. [not available] 7.00 [5]
Storm Summit with grey BG - Isometric - Cut.jpg
"Summit" Two tone White/grey colour with grey camo pattern.

Limited edition. Only available to Concierge during the launch sale. [1]

[not available] 7.00

Lore

During the Second Tevarin War, many non-military brands began to create "war machines" utilizing what they'd learned in the civilian market.[6] The Storm was introduced during this time, in the year 2953[6] and drew inspiration from the Cyclone.[7]

The much smaller size of the Storm gave it an advantage in the battlefield, coupled with its heavy firepower, enabling it to rapidly break through enemy lines and disable the Tevarin's anti-air defenses.[6]


Gallery

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Introducing the Tumbril Storm. Transmission - Comm-Link. Retrieved 2023-05-25
  2. Inside Star Citizen: Storm Warning
  3. RSI Store: Storm Darkside Paint. Pledge Store. Retrieved 2023-11-22
  4. RSI Store: Storm Frost Line Paint. Pledge Store. Retrieved 2023-11-22
  5. RSI Store: Storm Landfall Paint. Pledge Store. Retrieved 2023-11-22
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "Behind the Scenes" Tumbril Storm Concept". Jump Point. Vol. 11 no. 3. pp.15–32. Retrieved 2023-11-26.
  7. Inside Star Citizen: Storm Warning. Retrieved 2023-05-26


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