Tank Info Guide
Tank Info Guide (Version 2.14)
UPDATE (28/02/2022): Updated the Heartbroken Tank !tankinfo with the added abilities from the February 24th changelog. Also made some changes to Additional Information for a few Special Tier tanks and added Notes to some more to point out their resistances as needed. Expect another update tomorrow! - timkit
Welcome to the Tank Info Guide!
HINT: To make finding the information you want easier. In the page you want to find information on something, just copy whatever text you wish to find. Be it any certain headings, the name of any particular tank that interested you and so on. Then hold down the CTRL+F keys while your on the wiki page, a little box that can by typed into will appear at the top right of the page. Then paste your text into the little box and search away! Have fun reading.
Information on this guide
Welcome! If you happen to be lost and need to know about what this guide is for... then you must have landed on this page.
This guide will cover all of the tanks contained within the !tankinfo command. This command is used for listing information on the tanks, to do with their statistics and their abilities. Here you'll also see some history about the tank that is known to it. If you need to know what abilities that the tanks have or just needed a refresher on how a tank does an certain ability, then this guide is for you!
All about the tanks...
You can find here information of the tanks that the community has defeated. Tanks are classified in tiers depending on their strength. Tanks of the same tier may not necessarily be equally powerful.
The first page of a tank will always show some small description about how the tank came to exist within mgftw. The second page of a tank will always show their statistics such as Health, Punch Damage, Speed, Hit Interval and if it blocks any sources of damage. The rest of the pages will show the tank's abilities that it has if it has any.
The only exception to when the third page doesn't show the tank's abilities is when you get given a quick explanation as to what the Supreme Executioner Tank can do to the survivors. Additionally, the Flesh Prison ability is the only ability from the Imprisoner Tank !tankinfo to have a continued section for 1 more page.
- List of all Tanks
About the Tank Abilities:
- timkit [™۞] - Creator of this guide.
Tank Tactics Guide:
- Mute - Creator of the Tank Tactics guide. Referred to his guide in the main guide.
Thanks for reading this guide. With a further understanding of the tanks, you'll have more knowledge on them and their abilities. This will give you the advantage when you know what buffs you'll want to equip for any specific tanks you have trouble with. If you have any questions about this guide, be sure to post them within the Changelog forum thread or message timkit on steam.
Remember... the only way to learn more about the tanks you encounter in mgftw is to see them first hand for yourself and how they can work with their abilities.