Stalinium

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Stalinium (St; element no. 123; also known as bot aura) is regarded as a overpowered metal that is used as a reason for shells from other nations cannot penetrate the Soviet tanks. And for Soviet shells penetrating even through the toughest of armor from other nations.

What Is Stalinium?[edit]

Stalinium: In Soviet Russia, shell deflects YOU!

If you play War Thunder, or even World Of Tanks, you may have heard the term "Stalinium" being used as a way to blame the Soviet Union's superior tank design. Stalinium is a very dense metal and also a very stronk metal. These factors lead to a very stronk tank. This metal can be usually be found as the armor for the T-34s and the Joseph Stalin tank family and even the Kliment Voroshilov tanks along with other Soviet tanks. Large quantities of the metal can also be found on the Po-2 biplane. The problem is that metal is quite heavy, so it ends up weighing down the plane and is the cause of the Po-2 slow top speed. But this allows for the Po-2 to survive rams and hits from enemy planes. However, due to the tanks and planes being powered by vodka, they are able to reach a reasonable speed even with Stalinium as a tank armor. Stalinium is also used to make shells for the Soviet tanks and planes. The shell, when launched at high speeds, can go through inferior metals produced by capitalists. So Stalinium is a very stronk metal that can bounce and absorb shells from other nations as well as making a very penetrating shell that can go even the toughest of armor made by other nations.

How Is It Made?[edit]

After extensive research, there's lots of different ways to create Stalinium. Some believe Stalin himself melted Communite and sticking it to his skin to create Stalinium, however, this would be a alloy, rather than the element which is what people believe at his service seems unlikely way to create Stalinium. Another way to obtain Stalinium is extracting it from the blood of Stalin, however there wouldn't be enough Stalinium for all the tanks and planes, so this is also an unlikely method. Another theory states that it is extracted from the minerals located in the heart of the Ural Mountains, this is a more plausible argument that everyone concluded that no one knows at all. Some believe the actual method of producing Stalinium is by accessing the Sekrit Dokumints that only the leaders of Russia can access and the workers producing Stalinium or work in different sectors so no one knows the full process of making Stalinium (only part of it). The Soviet Secret Police made sure that the workers did not tell each other to create Stalinium.

Contents[edit]

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For 1 kg of Stalinium:[1]

  • 250 g of sulfur
  • 250 g of tantalum element
  • 250 g of lithium batteries
  • 250 g of nitrogen
  • 2 drops of Stalin's blood
  • 2 pieces of Communite

Procedure[edit]

No one knows currently. Good luck!

Conclusion[edit]

Stalinium is the best metal for tanks and planes to protect them from shells of other nations and also be used on the offensive side as well and can be used as a shell to obliterate tanks. This metal makes the Soviet Union a high-performing nation compared to the other nations in War Thunder. Every time a salty has big complain in the chat and in the forums about Stalinium being OP. This brings a smile to Stalin and causes his mustache to grow a little.

Used On[edit]

T-34 with Glorious Stalinium
Tanks
  • T-34
  • T-44
  • T-54/55
  • T-62
  • T-64
  • T-72
  • T-80 - 80% used
  • KV-1
  • KV-2
  • Object 279
  • And literally all tanks made by the glorious Soviet Union
Planes
  • Po-2 and others

Refs[edit]

  1. from Sekrit Dokumints Revised Edition 1942 no. 64992 (declassified)
1H Hydrogen Hu Homoerectium 1/5Bm Brucium 1/2Ch Cheesium 3/4Pl Plotonium D Deuterium 1.5Py Parodymium 2He Helium
3Li Lithium 4Be Beryllium 5B Boron 6C Carbon 7N Nitrogen 8O Oxygen 9 F Fluorine 10Ne Neon
11Na Sodium 12 Mg Magnesium 13Al Aluminum 14 Si Silicon 15 P Phosphorus 16 S Sulfur 17Cl Chlorine 18 Ar Argon
19 K Potassium 20 Ca Calcium 21 Sc Scandium 22Ti Titanium 23 V Vanadium 24 Cr Chromium 25 Mn Manganese 26Fe Iron 27 Co Cobalt 28Ni Nickel 29Cu Copper 30Zn Zinc 31 Ga Galium 32Ge Germanium 33As Arsenic 34 Se Selenium 35Br Bromine 36Kr Krypton
37 Rb Rubidium 38 Sr Strontium 39 Y Yttrium 40 Zr Zirconium 41 Nb Niobium 42 Mo Molybdenum 43 Tc Technetium 44 Ru Ruthenium 45 Rh Rhodium 46 Pd Palladium 47Ag Silver 48 Cd Cadmium 49In Indium 50Sn Tin 51 Sb Antimony 52 Te Tellurium 53 I Iodine 54Xe Xenon
55 Cs Cesium 56 Ba Barium 57 La Lanthanium 72 Hf Hafnium 73 Ta Tantalum 74 W Tungsten 75 Re Rthenium 76 Os Osmium 77 Ir Iridium 78Pt Platinum 79Au Gold 80Hg Mercury 81 Tl Thallium 82Pb Lead 83Bi Bismuth 84Po Polonium 85 At Astatine 86Rn Radon
87 Fr Francium 88Ra Radium 89 Ac Actinium 104Rf Rutherfordium 105 Db Dubnium 106 Sg Seaborgium 107 Bh Bohrium 108 Hs Hassium 109 Mt Meitnerium 110 Ds Darmstadtium 111Rg Roentgenium 112 Cn Copernicum 113 Nh Nihomium 114 Fl Flerovium 115 Mc Moscovium 116 Lv Livermorium 117 Ts Tennessine 118 Og Oganesson
58 Ce Cerium 59Pr Praseodymium 60 Nd Neodymium 61 Pm Promethium 61 Sm Samarium 63 Eu Europium 64 Gd Gadolinium 65 Tb Terbium 66 Dy Dysprosium 67 Ho Holmium 68 Er Erbium 69 Tm Thulium 70 Yb Ytterbium 71 Lu Lutetium 119Ub Unobtanium 120Un Unununium 121Aw Awesomnium
90 Th Thorium 91 Pa Protactinium 92U Uranium 93 Np Neptunium 94Pu Plutonium 95Am Americium 96 Cm Curium 97 Bk Berkelium 98 Cf Californium 99Es Einsteinium 100 Fm Fermium 101 Md Mendelevium 102 No Nobelium 103 Lr Lawrencium 122Ky Kryptonite 123St Stalinium
 
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