“For when you absolutely must have the biggest tank on the battlefield. With much greater armor and firepower, it easily dispatches smaller tanks while absorbing tremendous punishment. However it has a very high population cost and the slow rate of fire can cause it to be bogged down by overwhelming odds.”
The FV 214 conqueror was a heavy tank produced by the United Kingdom in 1955. Designed to stand up to the soviet IS-3 heavy tank, the Conqueror posses frontal armor seven inches thick and its 120mm main gun offered both superior range and reload speed, The Conqueror was among the first tanks with an independently rotating commander's cupola. This allowed the commander to align his sight and range finder on a target then direct the gunner to match the cupola's precise angle. While the gunner was firing on the first target, the commander was already searching for the next.