While lacking a true "Tank Destroyer" the Extremidad Royal Army does have the Lancer, a self-propelled artillery/assault gun vehicle derived from the Royal Knight tank itself. Packing a hefty 155mm siege cannon, the Lancer can strike targets from afar with artillery fire, or deliver the pain to fortified buildings and vehicles close up, though the relative lack of armor and protection for the crew, plus the limited horizontal traverse of the cannon makes it ill-suited for close quarters and urban combat, though it often finds itself shoved into such areas as a stopgap tank destroyer to support Royal Knights. In such a scenario, Lancer crews prepare to strike hard and fast, often not even deploying the recoil scoop so they may fire and retreat to cover, and makeshift armor is often welded on to give protection to the cannon's crew. Features of the Lancer include room for 16 155mm artillery rounds, the bow machine gun position replaced with a small radio room for fire missions to support other ground troops, a recoil scoop, and, as with the Royal Knight, a hatch in the floor for the driver and radio operator to escape should the Lancer overturn.
Length 25' (front of hull to recoil scoop)
Length 25' (drom recoil scoop to tip of main gun)
Width: 9ft (10' when counting width of recoil scoop)
Weight: 57 tons
Armanent: 1 155mm Heavy Siege Gun
Powerplant: 1 Ransel Ghost Radial Aircraft Engine
-new running gear