This paper model is a Cyclops Demolition Vehicle, based on the game Warhammer 40K, the papercraft was created by Patoroch. The Cyclops demolition vehicle is a small, unarmed remote-controlled tank used by the Imperial Guard that can be guided to its target and then self-destruct, destroying itself and its target. These small tanks are controlled remotely by a single, specially-trained Imperial Guardsman. The vehicle is controlled by a small handset connected to a communications backpack, while the controller keeps himself at a safe distance.
The Cyclops originated on the Forge World of Lucius sometime during the 38th Millenium. The Cyclops has been used regularly throughout the Imperium by the Imperial Guard for any demolition task deemed too risky for human soldiers to accomplish. The Imperial Guard regiments that have used the Cyclops have great affection for it as it keeps them out of harm's way. The Cyclops is primarily used to attack enemy bunkers, strong points, and obstructions such as razorwire and tank traps. Imperial Guardsmen have found them useful for other tasks such as clearing minefields, destroying bridges, attacking fortified enemy structures during urban combat, and even attacking enemy tanks. Cyclops are transported to the battlefield by Chimeras, but can also be carried in greater numbers by Gorgons, Crassus, and Valkyrie transports. A Cyclops can also be air-dropped behind enemy lines to attack fuel depots, ammunition stores, and command structures to sabotage enemy forces. [Source: Wikia]
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You can download the paper craft model here: Warhammer 40K - Cyclops Demolition Vehicle Paper Model Free Download [mediafire]
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