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Steel ponies: Story # 2 Upon Wings of lightningsight, it’s the most crucial in battle. if you spot your foe first you can take the first shot and thereby remove one more dangerous machine from the field. this principle is what drove engineers to build light fast tanks to out maneuver heavy lumbering vehicles, taking advantage of weak spots in their foe’s “invincible” armor.Steel ponies: Story # 2 Upon Wings of lightning by billy2345
tanks like this T-46, it’s large road wheels and powerful motor allows for quick battlefield traverse at a moments notice. though it’s armor is thin, within it’s large 360 degree turret is a semi automatic 37mm cannon that knocks out most light tanks with a short salvo. the tank’s commander sits up in the turret, observing the battlefield with a practiced eye. his pale blue coat rustled in the evening breeze as he scanned the terrain below through a pair of battle worn binoculars. the fields of golden wheat were ripe and ready for harvest across the field was a set of train tracks with a stalled train, dividing the
Steel Ponies: Story # 1 in a cloud of smoke.it’s a glimmering Thursday morning. birds, twitter in the early morning hours, thanking the sun for it’s return. suddenly the morning hour’s peace is interrupted by the wheeze of strickined engine then short silence trailed closely by a male voice.Steel Ponies: Story # 1 in a cloud of smoke. by billy2345
“GAH! STUPID, ROTTEN PIECE OF JUNK. JUST START DAMN YOU, START!!.” the voice boomed out from a nearby garage window, cracked open to relieve the strong scent of sweating stallion and exhaust. within the large building is blue and white alicorn stallion in workman’s overalls and absolutely covered from head to hoof in grease and motor oil.
he sat back and yanked out a handkerchief to wipe away the worst of the gunk off his face. he then looked at the heap of steel sitting before him and sighed, shaking his head. the vehicle was an M3 Lee medium assault support tank, and recently he received several new parts for it including a much more powerful V12 engine. he had jumped right into the project hoping for a