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  1. Was the Super Pershing really used generic boiler plate with 0.45x RHA effectiveness? It seems uncanny if it was heavy enough, slowing it down considerably, while having no additional protection against tanks like King Tiger, right when the Allied knew about its existence (that's why they made Super Pershing). Pros including (does not reflect the same effect in the game): Exploding AP round prematurely by triggering the fuze (for medium penetrating gun) Stopping shaped charge rounds effectively (multiple spaced armor lineup) Cons including: Helps AP normalization in progress if the shell is highly penetrating enough (3x) Heavy enough for an auxiliary armor that it damped the tank toward the front while having no significant advantages Really generic boiler armor found on German factories or some special boiler armor like from, say, naval warships?