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Insert a portrait of the vehicle here. The standard size is 250px to 400px and the alignment is to the right. However, if the image turns too large with this size, you can use a smaller more appropriate size, instead, and the inverse naturally also holds true.

Take note that the image should be stylistically fitting for the page. It should neither be too diminuitive to get a clear view of what the vehicle looks like, or so large that it turns intrusive for the text. The appropriate size tends to vary quite a lot depending on the image design.

If you wish, you can place a quote in reference to the vehicle below the header image.

Summary

Here you can add a summary/short info about the vehicle.

Powers and Stats

Tier: Current Tier of the vehicle (in bold).

Name: The vehicle's true name, and/or common name/epithets.

Origin: The name of the fiction which the vehicle is from, with a link to the Verse page.

Age: Time since the vehicle's creation

Classification: Vehicle type classification. E.g: Bicycles, motor vehicles (motorcycles, cars, trucks, buses), railed vehicles (trains, trams), watercraft (ships, boats), aircraft (airplanes, helicopters) and spacecraft.

Users: People who use/produce (or have used/produced) the vehicle.

Optional values

Pilot(s): The necessary crew to effectively drive the vehicle.

Diameter: Self-explanatory, the values can be listed in both the metric or imperial system, but preferably both, e.g: # m (# in/′  - ft/′ ′ - yd - mi)

Width: Self-explanatory, the values can be listed in both the metric or imperial system, but preferably both, e.g: # m (# in/′  - ft/′ ′ - yd - mi)

Height: Self-explanatory, the values can be listed in both the metric or imperial system, but preferably both, e.g: # m (# in/′  - ft/′ ′ - yd - mi)

Length: Self-explanatory, the values can be listed in both the metric or imperial system, but preferably both, e.g: # m (# in/′  - ft/′ ′ - yd - mi)

Mass: Self-explanatory, the values can be listed in both the metric or imperial system, but preferably both, e.g: # m (# in/′  - ft/′ ′ - yd - mi)

Material: The material of which the vehicle's parts are made of, If fictional its recommended to list the characteristics of said material (Being its resistances or weakness against temperatures, liquids, etc...)

Prerequisite for use: The knowledge or requirements to effectively use the vehicle.

Power Source: The source of energy which the vehicle drains to work properly, it can be either an item that works as its source (E.g: A battery) or a supply of specific material (E.g: Fuel)

Terrain: The proper terrain in which the vehicle can operate. E.g: Water (Submarine vehicles should be specified), ground, air & space.

Altough not neccesary, the specific terrain in which it can operate can also be added. E.g: In the case of ground terrain: Arid, volcanic, stony, grass, etc.

In the case of an all-terrain vehicle, this characteristic should replace the former classification, same with spacecarfts and aircrafts.

Powers and Abilities: A list of the vehicle's general abilities (Please add links to the "Powers and Abilities" pages, if it is possible).

Attack Potency: The vehicle's attack power or destructive capacity (in bold; add any explanations using brackets, not in bold).

Speed: The speed at which the vehicle travels and the speed of the vehicle's weaponry (in bold).

Lifting Capabiliity: The amount of weight the vehicle can carry, both inside it or by pulling it.

Ramming Strength: The attack power of the vehicle's ram (in bold).

Durability: The amount of attack power the vehicle can withstand before being overwhelmed (in bold).

Range: The distance the vehicle's weaponry can cover.

Weaknesses: Self-explanatory.

Feats: List all of the vehicle's amazing feats.

Notable Attacks/Techniques: A list of some abilities the vehicle generally uses.

Key: For different versions of the vehicle, being upgraded versions for said vehicles or just different versions than heavily differ from the main one.

Note: Self-explanatory.

Gallery

Put other pictures of the vehicle here.

Categories

For vehicle profiles, always insert the category "Vehicles", as well as one with the name of the related franchise here.

You should preferably also always add the tier for the vehicle. These go from "Tier 11" to "Tier 0", and also include "Unknown Tier".

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