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{{see also|Hulls|Micro-upgrades Viking|Indication of parameters}}<br>
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{{see also|Hulls|Micro-upgrades Viking|Viking guide|Indication of parameters}}<br>
[[File:hull_vicing_m0.png|115px|thumb|Viking М0|link=]]
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A heavier relative of [[Hunter]], Viking is the second of the two universal hulls, a somewhat more popular variant of the medium selection. Being fairly inexpensive and quick to access (spare the M2 modification), Viking is a reliable asset of the average tanker's garage, and it pays for itself; almost impossible to flip thanks to its wide shape, low profile, high weight, and centered turret, this hull is the epitome of stability. It has the torque to shove around even some of the heavy hulls ''and'' the armor to brazenly charge into them, to boot. While it's not exactly built for racing [[Wasp]]s, a smart Viking user can typically outlast them, using its high lateral acceleration to deftly duck around obstacles and tackle them when they attempt to enter and engage. It should be noted than a turret with medium or infinite range is preferable on this machine, as chasing after light hulls across giant maps isn't quite Viking's cup of tea.<br><br>
[[File:hull_vicing_m1.png|115px|thumb|Viking М1|link=]]
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[[File:hull_vicing_m2.png|115px|thumb|Viking М2|link=]]
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[[File:hull_vicing_m3.png|115px|thumb|Viking М3|link=]]
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Viking is perfect for any game mode and map. On large maps Viking usually stays in defence, and supports the attacking teammates with fire, on small maps -- Viking itself successfully attacks. When using supplies, it becomes a more versatile hull.<br><br>
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===Description in Garage===
 
===Description in Garage===
A real Viking: wide and incredibly stable. Average movement and maneuverability, but enviable armor. Works well with mid and long-range guns.<br><br>
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Medium hull. Has the fastest speed among all medium hulls. Overdrive greatly increases the damage of its turret, thanks to the increased rate of fire.<br>
===Table of characteristics===
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'''Protection (hp)''' — tank's health. Damage dealt by a turret is subtracted from a tank's protection. Once the protection gets to zero, the tank explodes.
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This hull encompasses all of the latest military technologies combined in a single piece of engineering art. Enhanced armor and second generation tracks system make this hull an outstanding universal tank. The hull can be used for any type of battle missions -- from a strategic defence to a full frontal assault. Named after the legendary warriors of the North, “Viking” is the most fearsome after overdrive activation. Supercharged weapon system will greatly increase the firing speed of any turret installed on the hull, swiping enemies off the battle with incredible ease. The best use of its superpower is to launch a surprise attack, since firing on all cylinders Viking quickly becomes the primary target for enemy snipers. That’s fair, considering true warriors always face death heads on.<br><br>
<br>'''Weight''' — affects tank's stability, i.e. impact force of hits, recoil of its own turret, and partly, ability to move other tanks (this parameter does not affect tank's speed).
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{|border="0"
<br>'''Top speed (m/sec)''' — maximum speed the tank can get to on a straight.
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|width="25%"|[[File:hull_vicing_m0.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Viking M0'''</center>
<br>'''Acceleration (m/sec²)''' — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum speed and ability to push other tanks.
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|width="25%"|[[File:hull_vicing_m1.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Viking M1'''</center>
<br>'''Reverse acceleration (m/sec²)''' — anti-inertial acceleration that comes into force when a tank is moving in one direction and a player presses the button of moving to other direction. It works until speed gets to zero. After that, usual acceleration starts working.
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|width="25%"|[[File:hull_vicing_m2.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Viking M2'''</center>
<br>'''Lateral acceleration (m/sec²)''' — responsible for damping of lateral speed. The less this parameter is, the easier tank can drift. The higher it is, the more difficult it is for a tank to move sideways.
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|width="25%"|[[File:hull_vicing_m3.png|200px|link=]] <center>'''Viking M3'''</center>
<br>'''Turning speed (deg/sec)''' — the maximum speed at which the tank can turn.
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<br>'''Turning acceleration (deg/sec²)''' — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum turning speed.
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<br>'''Anti-inertial turning acceleration (deg/sec²)''' — works like reverse acceleration but for left-right turns instead of moving forward/backwards.<br><br><br>
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{|class="wikitable" border="1" width="100%"
{|class="wikitable" border="1"
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  |width="35%" style="background:#2b2b2b"| [[File:Viking_icon_small.png|40px|link=]] '''Viking'''
  |width="25%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|
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  |width="13%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М0 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Viking#Micro-Upgrades_Viking_M0]]</center>
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М0'''</center>
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  |width="13%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М1 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Viking#Micro-Upgrades_Viking_M1]]</center>
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М1'''</center>
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  |width="13%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М2 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Viking#Micro-Upgrades_Viking_M2]]</center>
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М2'''</center>
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  |width="13%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3 |''' [[File:MU_Icon.png|20px|link=https://en.tankiwiki.com/Micro-upgrades_Viking#Micro-Upgrades_Viking_M3]]</center>
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3'''</center>
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  |width="13%" style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3+'''</center>
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|<center>'''М3+'''</center>
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  |-
 
  |-
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Available from'''
 
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Available from'''
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_04.png|50x25px|link=Ranks#Corporal|border=0]]'''[[Ranks#Corporal|Corporal]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_04.png|50x25px|Corporal|link=Ranks#Corporal]] '''[[Ranks#Corporal|Corporal]]'''</center>
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_11.png|50x25px|link=Ranks#Warrant_Officer_1|border=0]]'''[[Ranks#Warrant_Officer_1|Warrant Officer 1]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_11.png|50x25px|Warrant Officer 1|link=Ranks#Warrant Officer 1]] '''[[Ranks#Warrant Officer 1|Warrant Officer 1]]'''</center>
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_21.png|50x25px|link=Ranks#Lieutenant_Colonel|border=0]]'''[[Ranks#Lieutenant_Colonel|Lieutenant Colonel]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_21.png|50x25px|Lieutenant Colonel|link=Ranks#Lieutenant Colonel]] '''[[Ranks#Lieutenant Colonel|Lieutenant Colonel]]'''</center>
  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_25.png|50x25px|link=Ranks#Lieutenant_General|border=0]]'''[[Ranks#Lieutenant_General|Lieutenant General]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_27.png|50x25px|Marshal|link=Ranks#Marshal]] '''[[Ranks#Marshal|Marshal]]'''</center>
  |<center>'''[[Micro-upgrades Viking|Micro-upgrades]]'''</center>
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  |<center>[[File:IconsNormal_27.png|50x25px|Marshal|link=Ranks#Marshal]] '''[[Ranks#Marshal|Marshal]]'''</center>
 
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Price of modification'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Price'''
  |<center>600</center>
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  |<center>600 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+19 300</center>
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  |<center>19 300 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+99 900</center>
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  |<center>99 900 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+195 600</center>
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  |<center>204 200 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
  |<center>+714 500</center>
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  |<center>388 300 [[File:crystal.png|link=]]</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Full price'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:cdffcc5b.png|20px|link=]] '''Protection (hp)'''
  |<center>600</center>
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  |<center>1 500</center>
  |<center>19 900</center>
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  |<center>1 941.18</center>
  |<center>119 800</center>
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  |<center>2 382.35</center>
  |<center>315 400</center>
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  |<center>2 647.06</center>
  |<center>1 029 900</center>
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  |<center>3 000</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Protection (hp)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:6809c52f.png|20px|link=]] '''Top Speed (m/sec)'''
  |<center>128.1</center>
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  |<center>7.7</center>
  |<center>170.3</center>
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  |<center>8.23</center>
  |<center>230.6</center>
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  |<center>8.76</center>
  |<center>254.7</center>
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  |<center>9.08</center>
  |<center>315</center>
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  |<center>9.5</center>
 
  |-
 
  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Weight'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Lateral acceleration (m/sec²)'''
  |<center>1814,71</center>
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  |<center>10</center>
  |<center>2082,35</center>
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  |<center>11.18</center>
  |<center>2464,71</center>
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  |<center>12.35</center>
  |<center>2617,65</center>
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  |<center>13.06</center>
  |<center>3000</center>
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  |<center>14</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Top speed (m/sec)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:285f32ef.png|20px|link=]] '''Turning speed (deg/sec)'''
  |<center>7.18</center>
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  |<center>90</center>
  |<center>7.59</center>
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  |<center>104.71</center>
  |<center>8.18</center>
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  |<center>119.41</center>
  |<center>8.41</center>
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  |<center>128.24</center>
  |<center>9</center>
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  |<center>140</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Acceleration (m/sec²)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Turning acceleration (deg/sec²)'''
  |<center>10,62</center>
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  |<center>100</center>
  |<center>12,06</center>
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  |<center>105.88</center>
  |<center>14,12</center>
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  |<center>111.76</center>
  |<center>14,94</center>
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  |<center>115.29</center>
  |<center>17</center>
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  |<center>120</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Reverse acceleration (m/sec²)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Anti-inertial turning speed (deg/sec²)'''
  |<center>12,71</center>
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  |<center>280</center>
  |<center>14,35</center>
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  |<center>303.53</center>
  |<center>16,71</center>
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  |<center>327.06</center>
  |<center>17,65</center>
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  |<center>341.18</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>360</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Lateral acceleration (m/sec²)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:c3f6cd78.png|20px|link=]] '''Weight'''
  |<center>9,97</center>
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  |<center>1 300</center>
  |<center>12,24</center>
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  |<center>1 682.35</center>
  |<center>15,47</center>
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  |<center>2 064.71</center>
  |<center>16,76</center>
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  |<center>2 294.12</center>
  |<center>20</center>
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  |<center>2 600</center>
 
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  |-
  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Turning speed (deg/sec)'''
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  |style="background:#2b2b2b"|[[File:6a6145fb.png|20px|link=]] '''Power'''
  |<center>64.41</center>
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  |<center>820</center>
  |<center>74.71</center>
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  |<center>975.88</center>
  |<center>89.41</center>
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  |<center>1 131.76</center>
  |<center>95.29</center>
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  |<center>1 225.29</center>
  |<center>110</center>
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  |<center>1 350</center>
|-
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|style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Turning acceleration (deg/sec²)'''
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|<center>123,53</center>
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|<center>131,76</center>
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|<center>143,53</center>
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|<center>148,24</center>
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|<center>160</center>
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|-
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|style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Anti-inertial turning acceleration (deg/sec²)'''
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|<center>167,06</center>
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|<center>183,53</center>
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|<center>207,06</center>
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|<center>216,47</center>
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|<center>240</center>
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  |-
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|style="background:#2b2b2b"|'''Reverse acceleration (m/sec²)'''
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|<center>12</center>
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|<center>14.35</center>
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|<center>16.71</center>
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|<center>18.12</center>
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|<center>20</center>
 
  |}
 
  |}
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{{BeginPrettySpoiler|title=Table of Characteristics}}
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*'''Protection (hp)''' — tank's health. Damage dealt by a turret is subtracted from a tank's protection. Once the protection gets to zero, the tank explodes.
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*'''Top speed (m/sec)''' — maximum speed the tank can get to on a straight.
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*'''Lateral acceleration (m/sec²)''' — responsible for damping of lateral speed. The less this parameter is, the easier tank can drift. The higher it is, the more difficult it is for a tank to move sideways.
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*'''Turning speed (deg/sec)''' — the maximum speed at which the tank can turn.
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*'''Turning acceleration (deg/sec²)''' — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum turning speed.
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*'''Anti-inertial turning acceleration (deg/sec²)''' — works like reverse acceleration but for left-right turns instead of moving forward/backwards.
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*'''Weight''' — affects tank's stability, i.e. impact force of hits, recoil of its own turret, and partly, ability to move other tanks (this parameter does not affect tank's speed).
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*'''Power (m/sec²)''' — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum speed and ability to push other tanks.
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*'''Reverse acceleration (m/sec²)''' — anti-inertial acceleration that comes into force when a tank is moving in one direction and a player presses the button of moving to other direction. It works until speed gets to zero. After that, usual acceleration starts working.
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{{EndPrettySpoiler}}
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===Skins===
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{| class="wikitable"
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|style="text-align: center; font-weight: bold; background-color: #9d8441; color: #ffffff;"|Viking XT
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|style="text-align: center; font-weight: bold; background-color: #608225; color: #ffffff;"|Viking Legacy
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|style="text-align: center; font-weight: bold; background-color: #878787; color: #ffffff;"|Viking Prime
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|-
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[[File:Viking XT.png|center|140px|link=]]
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[[File:Viking Legacy.png|center|140px|link=]]
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[[File:Skin_viking_prime.png|center|140px|link=]]
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|}
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===Interesting Facts===
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*Viking was one the second generation hulls, and was added into the game on [http://tankionline.com/en/2010/04/news-about-new-weapon/ April 27, 2010]. It was a great addition in the family of medium hulls, which already included [[Hunter]] and [[Dictator]]!
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*On September 10, 2015, '''Viking XT''' was added into the game - which could be obtained by completing a specific [[Missions|Daily Mission]] or by purchasing it in the [[Garage]] for 500 000 crystals whilst having a Premium Account.
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*Quite some time after in August of 2018, a new skin for Viking was released: '''Viking Legacy'''. It comprised of the original design of the very hull when it was released years ago in 2010.
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*In the May 2019 Challenge, '''Viking Prime''' skin was released, sporting cool yellow lights and added armor.

Latest revision as of 14:04, 5 May 2019


A heavier relative of Hunter, Viking is the second of the two universal hulls, a somewhat more popular variant of the medium selection. Being fairly inexpensive and quick to access (spare the M2 modification), Viking is a reliable asset of the average tanker's garage, and it pays for itself; almost impossible to flip thanks to its wide shape, low profile, high weight, and centered turret, this hull is the epitome of stability. It has the torque to shove around even some of the heavy hulls and the armor to brazenly charge into them, to boot. While it's not exactly built for racing Wasps, a smart Viking user can typically outlast them, using its high lateral acceleration to deftly duck around obstacles and tackle them when they attempt to enter and engage. It should be noted than a turret with medium or infinite range is preferable on this machine, as chasing after light hulls across giant maps isn't quite Viking's cup of tea.

Description in Garage

Medium hull. Has the fastest speed among all medium hulls. Overdrive greatly increases the damage of its turret, thanks to the increased rate of fire.

This hull encompasses all of the latest military technologies combined in a single piece of engineering art. Enhanced armor and second generation tracks system make this hull an outstanding universal tank. The hull can be used for any type of battle missions -- from a strategic defence to a full frontal assault. Named after the legendary warriors of the North, “Viking” is the most fearsome after overdrive activation. Supercharged weapon system will greatly increase the firing speed of any turret installed on the hull, swiping enemies off the battle with incredible ease. The best use of its superpower is to launch a surprise attack, since firing on all cylinders Viking quickly becomes the primary target for enemy snipers. That’s fair, considering true warriors always face death heads on.

Hull vicing m0.png
Viking M0
Hull vicing m1.png
Viking M1
Hull vicing m2.png
Viking M2
Hull vicing m3.png
Viking M3
Viking icon small.png Viking
М0 | MU Icon.png
М1 | MU Icon.png
М2 | MU Icon.png
М3 | MU Icon.png
М3+
Available from
Corporal Corporal
Warrant Officer 1 Warrant Officer 1
Lieutenant Colonel Lieutenant Colonel
Marshal Marshal
Marshal Marshal
Price
600 Crystal.png
19 300 Crystal.png
99 900 Crystal.png
204 200 Crystal.png
388 300 Crystal.png
Cdffcc5b.png Protection (hp)
1 500
1 941.18
2 382.35
2 647.06
3 000
6809c52f.png Top Speed (m/sec)
7.7
8.23
8.76
9.08
9.5
Lateral acceleration (m/sec²)
10
11.18
12.35
13.06
14
285f32ef.png Turning speed (deg/sec)
90
104.71
119.41
128.24
140
Turning acceleration (deg/sec²)
100
105.88
111.76
115.29
120
Anti-inertial turning speed (deg/sec²)
280
303.53
327.06
341.18
360
C3f6cd78.png Weight
1 300
1 682.35
2 064.71
2 294.12
2 600
6a6145fb.png Power
820
975.88
1 131.76
1 225.29
1 350
Reverse acceleration (m/sec²)
12
14.35
16.71
18.12
20


Table of Characteristics
  • Protection (hp) — tank's health. Damage dealt by a turret is subtracted from a tank's protection. Once the protection gets to zero, the tank explodes.
  • Top speed (m/sec) — maximum speed the tank can get to on a straight.
  • Lateral acceleration (m/sec²) — responsible for damping of lateral speed. The less this parameter is, the easier tank can drift. The higher it is, the more difficult it is for a tank to move sideways.
  • Turning speed (deg/sec) — the maximum speed at which the tank can turn.
  • Turning acceleration (deg/sec²) — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum turning speed.
  • Anti-inertial turning acceleration (deg/sec²) — works like reverse acceleration but for left-right turns instead of moving forward/backwards.
  • Weight — affects tank's stability, i.e. impact force of hits, recoil of its own turret, and partly, ability to move other tanks (this parameter does not affect tank's speed).
  • Power (m/sec²) — affects the time it takes a tank to get to its maximum speed and ability to push other tanks.
  • Reverse acceleration (m/sec²) — anti-inertial acceleration that comes into force when a tank is moving in one direction and a player presses the button of moving to other direction. It works until speed gets to zero. After that, usual acceleration starts working.


Skins

Viking XT Viking Legacy Viking Prime
Viking XT.png
Viking Legacy.png
Skin viking prime.png

Interesting Facts

  • Viking was one the second generation hulls, and was added into the game on April 27, 2010. It was a great addition in the family of medium hulls, which already included Hunter and Dictator!
  • On September 10, 2015, Viking XT was added into the game - which could be obtained by completing a specific Daily Mission or by purchasing it in the Garage for 500 000 crystals whilst having a Premium Account.
  • Quite some time after in August of 2018, a new skin for Viking was released: Viking Legacy. It comprised of the original design of the very hull when it was released years ago in 2010.
  • In the May 2019 Challenge, Viking Prime skin was released, sporting cool yellow lights and added armor.