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Well I like the idea but why would the door be such a weak area? You may as well write 'kick me' on the back. While usually you engage from the front if anyone happens to get behind then it's a huge target.

Surely something like the dome (possibly hard to get a clean hit) or those front wheels would be a better place for red damage zone.

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It would make sense if the unarmored tesla dome would be red, but I believe its yellow for balance. (This is still a game)

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The Tessla tank is a bit of a glass cannon anyways, i dont recall it being able to take much of a hit and this wont help, and with that damage bonus shrink the door area, mostly only infantry should be able to exploit it, with vehicles it makes things worse

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Some example damage zones for the new version in production.

The following damage bonuses apply when hit by most weapons:
Red: 225% Damage
Yellow: 125% Damage
Green: 100% Damage

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