"We're all dead anyway! Keep firing! KEEP FIRING!!!"
--- Lieutenant Solid Steel, commander of the Equestrian 3rd Royal Armored Battalion, B tank platoon, Royal Equestrian Army.
During the Battle of Trottingham, he volunteered his unit for a desperate rear guard action to delay Griffon forces and allow the rest of the battered battalion to retreat and regroup. And towards the end, his main battle tank Bulwark, the sole surviving member of his unit, held off an entire Griffon armored company by itself to buy time Royal engineers to mine a critical river crossing right behind it, destroying over 20 enemy tanks before it, and the bridge, were destroyed. Lieutenant Solid Steel and his platoon were posthumously awarded the Equestrian Cross for their distinguished last stand.
Nope, Pzkpfw IV does not have sloped armor. Nor does it have a hatch in front of the driver. Rather it is a above the driver. So most likely this is a Russian T-34 instead. But hey, it was a good guess!