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Replaced by the new Type-56 Salamander, Type-51F Firefly and Type-46FIR Sparkler tanks, the Dragon was China's first known anti-personnel combat flame tank designed to deal with hostile vehicles and buildings first built by SBT Inc. executives.

  • Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc. - Built to order by customers of and available for combat deployment from the facility or shipped, these versions of the Dragon won't have Black Napalm

Shipped Versions

Type-45 "Dragon" Flame Tank
SBT Dragon
A fresh built Dragon Tank, clean out of the lines
Faction Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc.
Cost $800
Build at SBT Warehouse
Requires N/A
Detailed Information
Mercenary Placeholder Place of Origin China Flag of China Small
Manufacturer Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc.

Shanghai

Role Flame Tank

Anti-Personnel
Anti-Garrison

In Service Active
Features
- Flame Streamer

- Fireproof Hull and Cabin
- All Terrain Threads (x2)
- Fuel Tanks (x4)
- Storage Tanks (x3)


"Its getting hot in here!"
- Dragon Operator -

One of many flame tanks in existance, the Type-45 "Dragon" Flame Tank is one of many ones which were also used in riot control and violent protests before being converted into a combat vehicle. These vehicles were often sighted cleaning out garrisons. But nowadays after the First Eurasian War since the Firefly was revived and entered immediate service for combat, the Dragon became obsolete.

But until then, Shanghai Battle Tanks inc. still have rights for development of the Dragon Tank to become a combat unit and as a platform for civil purposes.

Operational History

Dragon Tanks began service in 2008, as a tank which disperse violent protests and even riots with similar abilities to the Salamander Tank. Their long history served the Chinese Army well until retirement, now they can be purchased from Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc. as backup units.

Chinese Service (2008-2027)

Type-45 "Dragon" Flame Tank
Chinese Dragon Tank
A mint condition Dragon Tank in active use with the Chinese Royal Guard, in homeland security
Faction Iron Dragon PLA
Cost $800
Build at Vehicle Assembly Facility
Requires Chinese Royal Guard
Detailed Information
China Dragon Icon Place of Origin China Flag of China Small
Manufacturer Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc.

Shanghai

Role Flame Tank

Anti-Personnel
Anti-Garrison

In Service Active
Features
- Flame Streamer (Sometimes Black Napalm)

- Fireproof Hull and Cabin
- All Terrain Threads (x2)
- Fuel Tanks (x4)
- Storage Tanks (x3)


"Adjusting Gas Valves"
- Chinese Dragon operator -

When the Global Liberation Army striked China's homeland during a 2016 Chinese Military Parade, it caused a violent outbreak which led to the First Eurasian Conflict. Many of China's military officials and including General Ta Hun Kwai had a solution to the GLA's aggressive attacks; doing some modifications to Dragon Tanks acquired from Shanghai Battle Tanks Inc., removing the Tear Gas streamers and replacing them with Flame Streamers, this move made the creation of the Chinese Army's new Flame Tank.

The move saved China valuable resources as the war effort became a problem; but with help and assistance from the United States Army, the Peoples Liberation Army decided to enter combat with their resources and might. But with the Dragon Tank comming into handy use on burning out soldiers from buildings, they became a worthy asset to the liberation; all-thou their fragile tanks may explode violently if destroyed, the Chinese decided to equip their pilots with Fire-Retardent Suits if they are to eject from the vehicle.

Retirement

The Type-51 Sparkler replaced the Dragon tanks during late stages in 2027. Since the project was revived later in 2025 when it was originally canceled in 2022, but when the Iron Dragon PLA began early units of the Sparkler tank for testing; as the Dragons were beginning to phase out of service, the tank began service in earlier stages of 2027 until they were fully in service after the final quarter of 2027, which gave the Sparkler its service after 5 years of being on drawing boards.

The Future

Since the Dragon Tank was retired from China's service, it was now under use by the Chinese Royal Guard; but since the Type-51 Sparkler taken its turn for service in the Iron Dragon PLA; Dragon Tanks were kept in reserves and in storage after retirement in 2027.

Now after 4 years since the Iron Dragon PLA phased out the Dragon Tank from battlefield service, Shanghai Battle Tanks inc. decided to sell the tank to benefactors who wish to utilise its fire breathing weapons; for a small price, it comes with the equipment as expected.

Behind the Scenes

  • They have the exact appearence as in Generals, but a changed set of textures and a fixed pair of debris models when they are destroyed.
  • Dragon Tanks will still be present for the Boss General in Generals Challenge until phased out, will still have a presense as a Chinese Royal Guard Unit

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