Invented as sort of a mobile guard post, the Steel Belly is used by colonial troops throughout the British Empire to protect and barricade embassies and trading posts during times of civil unrest. Plodding and ungainly, this vehicle is used as much as a visual deterrence as anything; a looming presence of industrial weaponry capable of mowing down whole crowds.

Key Features:

Pot belly stove affixed to the top of the main boiler has proven a boon to exhausted colonial troops manning long hours on the vehicle.

Twin Gatling guns with a ratcheted speed loader.

Steel riot catcher mounted on the front of the vehicle help it clear paths through dangerous crowds.

Engineer's seat where the driver can hunker down behind the extended shield and work the rather Byzantine control deck.

Steel legs actually allow the vehicle to climb quite sheer inclines and cross very difficult terrain.