Panzerkampfwagen I (5e Equipment)
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The Panzerkampwagen I was a 6-ton light tank developed in the 1930s, used by Germany in WWII first in Poland and then again at France. It was rarely fielded in combat divisions and more often used as a training vehicle, mainly because it was sorely underarmored, not to mention pretty wimpy in comparison to other armor. The vehicle has a length of 13 feet, a width of 7 feet, a height of 5½ feet, and a crew of two: A commander, who sits in the turret and also operates the tank's dual MG13 light machine guns, and a driver who sits in the body of the tank. The tank has an operational range of 120 miles.
Multiattack: The tank makes two MG13 attacks.
MG13 Light Machine Guns: Ranged Weapon Attack: +8 to hit, range 400/1200 ft., one target. Hit: 5d6 piercing damage. The MG13 Light Machine Guns have the burst fire and reload (25 shots) properties. A Panzer I is typically equipped with 1,125 rounds of ammunition divided roughly equally into five boxes.