Tank contains the soul of its namesake, Robert "Tank" Winsley after he is killed by Dr. Magrew.
The only major difference between an army tank and the Tank puppet is that it has a virtual display unit on the top of its body, which displays Robert's face on it.
Tank's powers seem to resemble Decapitron's powers from The Demon and The Final Chapter, in the fact that it can project lightning-like currents, but it projects it out of its cannon arm rather than its head like Decapitron.
Also like Decapitron, Tank isn't activated by having the formula injected directly into him, but rather seems to be activated the minute Robert's soul is entered into him with an electrical current.
At the end of the film, Tank turns on its creator just like the other puppets (who turned on Dr. Magrew because he killed Robert), and projects a lightning beam between Dr. Magrew's eyes, killing him shortly before the credits roll.
Tank is a small dark green robot that has a round computer monitor for a head. In the monitor is a projection of Robert's face. His left arm is a long cannon and his right arm is a wooden mannequin arm with metal armor around it.
The bottom half of his bottle resembles a tank's treads and there are many wires and cables sticking out of his body which electrical currents pass through.
Curse of the Puppet Master
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Tank was seen in a Nazi collector's shelf along with Kamikaze, Bombshell, Blitzkreig, Weremacht, Ninja and Freak with no explanation of how they got there other than the man has been obsessed with tracking down all of the puppets that were once alive to put in glass cases.
- Curse of the Puppet Master
- Puppet Master 8: The Legacy (Archival footage)
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