The Super Conqueror is a British tier 10 heavy tank.

A variant of the Conqueror tank with extra armor protection. Manufactured during the first half of the 50s and used for testing the Dart and Malkara guided anti-tank missiles. During testing, the vehicle played the role of a heavy tank that could potentially appear in the future. Never saw mass-production.

Replaced FV215b in 9.20.1 patch. The Super Conqueror is basically Conqueror covered with very thick spaced armor. It was less similar to American counterparts due the fact that its hull can taking much more damage, and it had capabilities to angling the hull to makes it much harder to penetrate. But, oddly similar to German Super-Heavy tanks. Its lower plate is became weakspot and easily penetrated if not covered or angling your hull correctly.

The Super Conqueror marks the end of its British heavy line.

Pros and Cons

- All-around thick spaced armor protect it from HE/HESH/HEAT effectively (HE still bleeds through considerably), It provides fairly tough upper plate protection (270mm+ effective when not angled) and also able to absorb a shot from side when angling the hull, as the side armor is no longer the abysmal 51mm that used to be part of British heavies, it is twice that.

- Paper stats don't count amount of thick spaced armor over the hull and turret. This may fool many players who never encounter this tank, a HEAT firing enemy should would not recognize this vehicle's defensive capabilities until they see their shot get absorbed.

- Extremely tough turret; frontal arc is covered with thick spaced armor, and rangefinder is counted as spaced armor. The turret weakspot is somewhat harder to hit and is generally less of a weakspot overall when compared to FV215b or Conqueror.

- Decent gun handling; Fast aiming time, very good gun depression and good accuracy. The vehicle it replaces - FV215b still has better aim time and gun handling, though.

- Good rate of fire and alpha damage, same as FV215b.

- Lower plate and rear are very weak and aren't covered with spaced armor; easily cripped by HE rounds. Ammo rack is also located behind lower plate. Still, it can provide some lucky bounces at awkward angles as the lower plate is a bit thicker than the usual 76mm.

- Side armor is very weak when not angled; very vulnerable against flankers, but this is nothing new or unique for British heavies. Still, better than previous tiers and twice as thick as FV215b.

- Poor gun elevation.

- Generally slow to get around, slower than FV215b, but still fast enough to not feel like your mobility will kill you.

- Somewhat low ammo capacity (40 rounds), can be a pain to balance between round types, but not as bad as FV215b.


The super Conqueror is a logical development from its tier 9 counterpart. It's main improvement is in its frontal armour (both turret and hull). This allows it to be played more as a standard heavy tank and less as a sniper. However, this should only be done in an emergency. The extremely thin side and rear armour makes it vulnerable in close range brawls. Compared to the FV215B, which it replaced as the top tier British heavy tank, the Super Conqueror is a far more traditional tank. It also has the advantage of carrying 5 more rounds of ammunition, which simplifies ammo-selection. Anyone who manages to get behind this tank should immediately load high explosives. The rear armour is only 38 milimeters thin and can be penetrated by nearly all HE and HESH shells