It has a long and thin lance on the front, an inverted trapezoid on the back of the tank, and another smaller trapezoid with a triangle shape cut into it on the first inverted trapezoid.
The Scramjet doesn't fire bullets. Left-clicking (or Auto Fire) activates the rear barrel configuration, releasing traps that last only 5 seconds out the rear while progressively increasing the tank's speed by stages. Unlike the Winged Hussar, this progressive acceleration has NO LIMIT. The tank can also turn while picking up speed, but watch out, because if you go too fast, you'll crash! If the tank is moving at a very fast speed, anything it hits (polygon, Crasher, tank, map boundary, Maze wall) will make it take damage equal to 1/2 of its max health. It will still do normal body damage to its target if applicable, though. The acceleration can be stopped by turning off the firing button, but the tank will still travel through momentum until it stops. Even if the acceleration is off and the Scramjet is traveling above crash speed with just momentum, it will still take damage like above.
- The engine type that this tank is named after allows for supersonic speeds.
|Tier 1||Basic Tank|
|Tier 3||Trailblazer • Bastion • Navigator • Injector • Extender • Serrator • Punisher|
|Tier 4||Rocket • Thruster • Afterburner • Warp Drive • Scramjet • Turboliner • Telepointer • Burst • Dustblazer • Paladin • Armored Bastion • Launcher • Shredder • Mega Lancer • Innovator • Gladiator • Knight • Heavy Bastion • Intersection • Vantalancer • Hatchet • Cyclone • Cartographer • Caravan • Labeler • Renderer • Navirazor • Stabber • Defibrillator • Discharger • Scientist • Twinjector • Satellite • Hadron • Needlenose • Inflator • Lancer Trapper • Vacuum • Striker • Drill • Duo Flank Serrator • Serraphen • Warden • Vindicator • Guillotine • Royal Guard • Winged Hussar • Tailcan • Slicer • Excalibur|