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In my previous questionprevious question, it was quite well established that tanks were basically superior to walkers in every way.

So, lets even the playing field. I've been contemplating several ways of doing so, but in honor of this fortnights topic challenge, I'll start with plantlife.

Would it be possible for a certain type of plant, which, if growing rampant in the wild, would cause tanks to become impractical while allowing bipedal mecha to become dominant?

This anti-tank plant can be entirely fictional. However, try to keep it realistic - as in, try to ensure that plant fiber/material can actually do what you propose.

In my previous question, it was quite well established that tanks were basically superior to walkers in every way.

So, lets even the playing field. I've been contemplating several ways of doing so, but in honor of this fortnights topic challenge, I'll start with plantlife.

Would it be possible for a certain type of plant, which, if growing rampant in the wild, would cause tanks to become impractical while allowing bipedal mecha to become dominant?

This anti-tank plant can be entirely fictional. However, try to keep it realistic - as in, try to ensure that plant fiber/material can actually do what you propose.

In my previous question, it was quite well established that tanks were basically superior to walkers in every way.

So, lets even the playing field. I've been contemplating several ways of doing so, but in honor of this fortnights topic challenge, I'll start with plantlife.

Would it be possible for a certain type of plant, which, if growing rampant in the wild, would cause tanks to become impractical while allowing bipedal mecha to become dominant?

This anti-tank plant can be entirely fictional. However, try to keep it realistic - as in, try to ensure that plant fiber/material can actually do what you propose.

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In my previous question, it was quite well established that tanks were basically superior to walkers in every way.

So, lets even the playing field. I've been contemplating several ways of doing so, but in honor of this fortnights topic challenge, I'll start with plantlife.

Would it be possible for a certain type of plant, which, if growing rampant in the wild, would cause tanks to become impractical while allowing bipedal mecha to become dominant?

This anti-tank plant can be entirely fictional. However, try to keep it realistic - as in, try to ensure that plant fiber/material can actually do what you propose.