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410,000  Credits Cost
510108 HP Hit Points
18.15/18.28.63/20.5 t Weight Limit
  1. Commander (Radio Operator)
  2. Gunner
  3. Driver
  4. Loader
300400 hp Engine Power
55/22 km/h Speed Limit
3840 deg/s Traverse
16.5346.35 hp/t Power/Wt Ratio
NoNo Pivot
// mm Hull Armor
39/19.5/2539/19.5/25 mm Turret Armor








Shell Cost
50/50/60175/110/60 HP Damage
78/121/2338/100/23 mm Penetration





28.57 r/m 

Standard Gun

Reload Times
Nominal: 2.1 s
50% Crew: 2.6 s
75% Crew: 2.27 s
100% Crew: 2.01 s
Rammer: 1.81 s
Vents: 1.97 s
Both: 1.77 s
Both and BiA: 1.73 s
Both and Max Crew %: 1.66 s

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15 r/m 

Standard Gun

Reload Times
Nominal: 4 s
50% Crew: 4.96 s
75% Crew: 4.33 s
100% Crew: 3.84 s
Rammer: 3.46 s
Vents: 3.76 s
Both: 3.38 s
Both and BiA: 3.31 s
Both and Max Crew %: 3.17 s

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Rate of Fire






Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 1 (50 Damage):

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 1428.5
50% Crew: 1153
75% Crew: 1320.5
100% Crew: 1490
100% Crew
Vents: 1523.5
Rammer: 1655.5
Both: 1693
Both and BiA: 1730.5
Both and Max Crew %: 1805.5

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 1478.5
50% Crew: 1203
75% Crew: 1370.5
100% Crew: 1540
100% Crew
Rammer: 1705.5
Vents: 1573.5
Both: 1743
Both and BiA: 1780.5
Both and Max Crew %: 1855.5

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Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 2 (50 Damage):

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 1428.5
50% Crew: 1153
75% Crew: 1320.5
100% Crew: 1490
100% Crew
Vents: 1523.5
Rammer: 1655.5
Both: 1693
Both and BiA: 1730.5
Both and Max Crew %: 1805.5

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 1478.5
50% Crew: 1203
75% Crew: 1370.5
100% Crew: 1540
100% Crew
Rammer: 1705.5
Vents: 1573.5
Both: 1743
Both and BiA: 1780.5
Both and Max Crew %: 1855.5

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Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 3 (60 Damage):
With wholly penetrating hits

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 1714.2
50% Crew: 1383.6
75% Crew: 1584.6
100% Crew: 1788
100% Crew
Vents: 1828.2
Rammer: 1986.6
Both: 2031.6
Both and BiA: 2076.6
Both and Max Crew %: 2166.6

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 1774.2
50% Crew: 1443.6
75% Crew: 1644.6
100% Crew: 1848
100% Crew
Rammer: 2046.6
Vents: 1888.2
Both: 2091.6
Both and BiA: 2136.6
Both and Max Crew %: 2226.6

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Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 1 (175 Damage):
With wholly penetrating hits

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 2625
50% Crew: 2119.25
75% Crew: 2427.25
100% Crew: 2737
100% Crew
Vents: 2798.25
Rammer: 3041.5
Both: 3109.75
Both and BiA: 3178
Both and Max Crew %: 3316.25

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 2800
50% Crew: 2294.25
75% Crew: 2602.25
100% Crew: 2912
100% Crew
Rammer: 3216.5
Vents: 2973.25
Both: 3284.75
Both and BiA: 3353
Both and Max Crew %: 3491.25

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Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 2 (110 Damage):

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 1650
50% Crew: 1332.1
75% Crew: 1525.7
100% Crew: 1720.4
100% Crew
Vents: 1758.9
Rammer: 1911.8
Both: 1954.7
Both and BiA: 1997.6
Both and Max Crew %: 2084.5

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 1760
50% Crew: 1442.1
75% Crew: 1635.7
100% Crew: 1830.4
100% Crew
Rammer: 2021.8
Vents: 1868.9
Both: 2064.7
Both and BiA: 2107.6
Both and Max Crew %: 2194.5

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Standard Gun

Using Shell Type 3 (60 Damage):

Theoretical Damage Per Minute
Nominal DPM: 900
50% Crew: 726.6
75% Crew: 832.2
100% Crew: 938.4
100% Crew
Vents: 959.4
Rammer: 1042.8
Both: 1066.2
Both and BiA: 1089.6
Both and Max Crew %: 1137

Advantageous Damage Per Minute
First-shot DPM: 960
50% Crew: 786.6
75% Crew: 892.2
100% Crew: 998.4
100% Crew
Rammer: 1102.8
Vents: 1019.4
Both: 1126.2
Both and BiA: 1149.6
Both and Max Crew %: 1197

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Damage Per Minute



0.36 m 

With 50% Crew: 0.446 m
With 75% Crew: 0.389 m
With 100% Crew: 0.345 m
With BiA: 0.338 m
With BiA and Vents: 0.33 m
Maximum possible: 0.317 m

For more details, see Crew



0.49 m 

With 50% Crew: 0.607 m
With 75% Crew: 0.53 m
With 100% Crew: 0.47 m
With BiA: 0.459 m
With BiA and Vents: 0.449 m
Maximum possible: 0.431 m

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1.7 s 

With 50% Crew: 2.106 s
With 75% Crew: 1.839 s
With 100% Crew: 1.63 s
With GLD: 1.482 s
With BiA: 1.594 s
With BiA and Vents: 1.559 s
With both and GLD: 1.418 s
Maximum possible: 1.359 s

For more details, see Crew or Equipment



2.3 s 

With 50% Crew: 2.849 s
With 75% Crew: 2.488 s
With 100% Crew: 2.205 s
With GLD: 2.005 s
With BiA: 2.157 s
With BiA and Vents: 2.11 s
With both and GLD: 1.918 s
Maximum possible: 1.839 s

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Aim time
4848 deg/s Turret Traverse
360° Gun Arc
-15°/+25°-15°/+20° Elevation Arc
26088 rounds Ammo Capacity
2020 % Chance of Fire

330 m 

With 50% Crew: 259.3 m
With 75% Crew: 294.7 m
With 100% Crew: 330 m
With Recon and Situational Awareness: 346.7 m
With Coated Optics: 363 m
With Binocular Telescope: 412.5 m
Maximum possible: 472.4 m

For more details, see Skills or Equipment

350 m 

With 50% Crew: 275 m
With 75% Crew: 312.5 m
With 100% Crew: 350 m
With Recon and Situational Awareness: 367.7 m
With Coated Optics: 385 m
With Binocular Telescope: 437.5 m
Maximum possible: 501.1 m

For more details, see Skills or Equipment
View Range



375 m 

With 50% Crew: 294.6 m
With 75% Crew: 334.8 m
With 100% Crew: 375 m
With 100% Signal Boost: 450 m
When affected by 100% Relaying: 412.5 m
Maximum possible: 539.6 m

For more details, see Skills or Equipment



550 m 

With 50% Crew: 432.1 m
With 75% Crew: 491.1 m
With 100% Crew: 550 m
With 100% Signal Boost: 660 m
When affected by 100% Relaying: 605 m
Maximum possible: 791.4 m

For more details, see Skills or Equipment
Signal Range
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The Covenanter is a British tier 5 light tank.

A new cruiser tank that featured such innovations as an opposed-piston engine, front placement of cooling radiators, and the wide use of welding. The vehicle was ordered for production on April 17, 1939. A total of 1,771 tanks in four base variants were mass-produced. The Covenanter tanks were used mostly for training purposes in the U.K. from 1940 through 1943.

The jump to Tier 5 hurt the Covenanter's abilities, but it is still a decent all-around tank that can effectively deal with many lower and equal tier tanks, as well as enemy scouts. The turret design drops the spaced armor of its predecessors in exchange for sloped armor on the sides. Unfortunately, its modules - especially the engine - are rather weak, and will break easily if shot.

The Covenanter leads to the Crusader.

Modules / Available Equipment and Consumables




Tier Gun Penetration
Rate of fire
Aiming time

IV OQF 3-inch Howitzer Mk. I 38/100/23 175/110/60 15 0.49 2.3 116 30000
IV 40 mm Pom-Pom 49/71/23 45/45/60 36.92 0.41 1.7 160 20000
IV QF 40 mm Mk. VI Bofors 86/112/23 60/60/75 33.33 0.41 1.9 470 24000
IV QF 2-pdr Mk. X 78/121/23 50/50/60 28.57 0.36 1.7 130 6000



Tier Engine Engine Power
Chance of Fire on Impact

IV Meadows D.A.V. 300 20 724 9000
IV Meadows D.A.V. O.C. 400 20 724 11200



Tier Suspension Load Limit
Traverse Speed
Rmin Weight

IV Covenanter Mk. I 18.2 38 B/2 4500 3000
V Covenanter Mk. III 20.5 40 B/2 4500 8400



Tier Radio Signal Range

VII WS No. 19 Mk. II 450 40 21000
VI WS No. 19 Mk. I 400 40 15000
V WS No. 9 375 40 3600
VIII WS No. 19 Mk. III 550 40 22000

Compatible Equipment

Low Noise Exhaust System Class 2 Vertical Stabilizer Class 2 Light Spall Liner Camouflage Net Class 2 Coated Optics Class 2 Stabilizing Equipment System Experimental Optics Wear-Resistant Gun Laying Drive Improved Configuration Venting System Enhanced Gun Laying Drive Class 2 Improved Hardening Class 3 Additional Grousers Class 2 Modified Configuration Class 2 Improved Rotation Mechanism Class 2 Improved Aiming Class 2 Improved Ventilation Class 3 Binocular Telescope Class 2 Turbocharger Class 2 

Compatible Consumables

Stabilizer Greasing Automatic Fire Extinguisher Natural Cover Optical Calibration Aim Tuning Experienced Firefighters 100-octane Gasoline 105-octane Gasoline Manual Fire Extinguisher Pre-Battle Maintenance Vent Purge Large First Aid Kit Large Repair Kit Duty Comes First Shell Organizer Focus on Target Pudding and Tea Increased Focus Small First Aid Kit Small Repair Kit Gearbox Intricacy Steady Hand Combat Course 

Player Opinion

Pros and Cons


  • Good burst damage and quick reload with the 40mm Mk. VI Bofors gun
  • Great gun depression (-15 degrees)
  • Fairly small, can easily find cover and hide in bushes
  • Good camouflage
  • Can equip a vertical stabilizer


  • Very poor armor
  • Fragile modules
  • Light vehicle, can take serious damage from ramming and falls
  • Poor penetration
  • Speed and acceleration are somewhat lacking for a light tank


The Covenanter does best when it's able to flank an enemy and dish out damage on the sides. Unfortunately, the jump to Tier 5 left it in its peers' dust; while it's still faster and more maneuverable than earlier British light tanks, it is somewhat slower than the other Tier 5 light tanks (5 to 7 km/h slower), making both active and passive scouting dangerous without serious use of the tank's good camouflage. In addition, hits to the rear are a serious problem as they frequently result in engine damage. This provides even further encouragement for you to get up on an enemy's sides or circle slower targets. Slugging it out head-on is the worst way to make use of this tank.

It has a very good rate of fire and aim time, but the gun's penetration won't get you far if you try dealing with more than that. The Covenanter tends to be nearly useless when dealing with heavy tanks of tier 5 and above; however, when using the 2-pdr Mk. X or the 40 mm Bofors and flanking them, it is possible to penetrate even some Tier 6 tanks if you have the right shot. The Covenanter's strength lies in its mobility, outflanking and distracting heavy targets to deprive them of track movement while the other tanks destroy them, or simply to deal with any other target that attempts to cross your defense. Peek-a-boo tactics are especially devastating when using the 40 mm Bofors.

The vehicle is armed with weapons that are usable, but not great, for its tier. The QF 40 mm Mk. VI Bofors and the 2-pdr Mk. X gun, when equipped with premium ammunition, can reliably engage and destroy many Tier 5 and even some Tier 6 tanks, though you'll likely struggle to consistently go through Tier 7 tanks. Which gun to use is purely user choice. However, the 40mm Pom Pom and 3-inch Howitzer Mk. I should be ignored; they were decent at best on the tank prior to 1.9, but are near-useless at Tier 5.

Despite the generally good mobility, this tank is very hard to turn in place. Short turns will be impossible at high speed. Because of this, attacking while the opponent is busy with another tank will give you a much better chance of survival.

  • NOTE: The Covenanter has received buffs as of Update 1.9.1. The 40mm Bofors was reworked, to have higher penetration and damage per shot, but at the cost of a slightly slower reload as well as higher dispersion. However, the tank itself received direct buffs; the Health is now 540 (previously 500), more on par with same tier Lights, and the mobility was buffed. Previously, the speed was 50/20, more similar to a medium tank, and with only 19 hp/t. This has since been increased to 55/22, and it also now has 21.63 hp/t. Lastly, the gun handling on the move and during hull rotation has been buffed from 0.23/0.23 to 0.20/0.20.

Early Research

  • The 40 mm Pom-Pom, QF 40 mm Mk. VI Bofors and WS No. 19 Mk. II carry over from the Cruiser IV, but the Bofors is locked behind the second turret.
  • Start by researching the Meadows D.A.V. O.C. engine for a nice boost to engine power with no additional weight.
  • Alternatively, research the Covenanter Mk. III suspension to allow equipment to be mounted.
  • Research whichever module you did not choose previously.
  • Research the Covenanter Mk. IV CS turret for a good boost to view range and to allow access to the Bofors.
  • Finally, research the WS No. 19 Mk. III for a great boost to signal range.

Suggested Equipment

Improved VentilationEnhanced Gun Laying Drive Coated Optics Enhanced Suspension 


Historical Info

The Tank, Cruiser, Mk V, Covenanter (A13 Mk III) was a British Cruiser tank of the Second World War. It was named for the Covenanters, a Scottish religious faction in the British Isles at the time of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. The Covenanter was the first cruiser tank design to be given a name.

Designed by London, Midland and Scottish Railway as a better armoured replacement for the Cruiser Mark IV, it was ordered into production in 1939 before pilot models were built. Problems with the design only became apparent after production was under way.

Although it equipped British armoured divisions in the home defence and training roles, poor engine cooling made it unfit for use overseas in hot climates and it never saw combat. In 1943 it was declared obsolete after more than 1,700 had been built.


A pilot model. Note radiator covers at the left front. Note also the Valentine-type gun mantlet. Most production Covenanters had a different type of mantlet.

In 1938, the War Office had issued a requirement for a new, better armoured "heavy" cruiser tank to replace the Cruiser IV. Nuffield's A16 (and the A14) design was found to be too expensive, and in 1939 a cheaper and lighter cruiser tank - under General Staff specification A13 Mk III Cruiser Mark V - was chosen to be developed. It had nothing apart from Christie suspension in common with the other A13 specifications.

The initial specification required a QF 2 pounder gun, at least one machine gun, the same A13 Christie suspension in a lower hull, epicyclic steering transmission and "armour standard" of 30 mm. The 30 mm referred to any vertical plate having to be 30 mm thick, angled surfaces (through the principles of sloped armour) could be thinner so long as they were at least as effective as a 30 mm thick vertical plate.

From these a design using many sloped surfaces was chosen to keep the weight low. To keep the silhouette low the suspension used cranked arms and a low profile engine was envisaged. The engine to specifically designed for it was to deliver at least 300 hp. The Wilson transmission and steering of the A16 would be used.

Design work was by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company (LMS). They had no prior experience in the design and production of fighting vehicles, they had been invited to participate under a Government policy that British companies should develop necessary skills in expectation of war. The design assumed a welded hull rather than the usual rivetting. The turret was designed by Nuffield, with Henry Meadows designing a new low profile engine for it. On 17 April, before even a single prototype was produced, the first 100 vehicles were ordered from the LMSR. Additional orders soon followed, with English Electric and Leyland Motors joining the production effort, for a final production total of 1,771 Covenanters. Nuffield was also approached, but preferred to design its own offspring of the A13 line, which became the Cruiser Mk. VI Crusader.

Due to the expectations of an imminent war, the design was ordered "off the drawing board". The expectation was that two pilot models would serve for testing and results applied to the production lines.

To meet the engine requirement, a horizontally opposed 12-cylinder design was used. Although flat, it was wide and left no room for radiators in the engine compartment, and so the radiators were situated at the front of the vehicle. The unusual arrangement, although tested in mockup form first, when combined with the rushed design process resulted in serious problems with engine cooling. Even when the systems were redesigned there were problems, and the piping from engine to the radiators heated the fighting compartment. These problems meant that the Covenanter would not be employed in the North African Campaign. Instead, Crusader and American tanks were sent to Africa, while the Covenanters remained in the British Isles.

LMS advised a return to rivetted construction due to doubts about its strength, and rather than risk delays due to a lack of welders, this was accepted. The welded design used two layers of armour plate, the inner being of steel that would weld readily without losing its properties. This two-plate system was retained when the design reverted to rivetted construction. The use of rivetting, along with steel wheels instead of the intended aluminium, and a increase in armour specification to 40 mm to the front of hull and turret increased the weight to a level where the tank suspension was already at maximum load, leaving no room for later development of the design.

A further change was made to the transmission. Rather than risk the availability of the combined Wilson transmission and steering affecting production, the A13 "crash" gear box was used with epicyclic steering units. This had the knock-on effect of a reduced size of cooling fan for the transmission compartment.

The contracts were placed with the manufacturers in 1939. The pilot model (with welded hull) was tested with a favourable outcome in 1940; though the second pilot had cooling issues. The first deliveries of production vehicles were not until after the battle of Dunkirk. Production of turrets lagged behind that of hulls. Although the Covenanter was needed at the time, production continued even when newer better tank designs were waiting for space on production lines.

By late 1943 the Covenanter was considered too weakly armed and armoured to deal with new German tanks. It was decided that neither problem could be addressed without significant changes in the design, so the tank was declared obsolete and all vehicles except the bridgelayer variant were to be scrapped.

Active service

Covenanters of the 2nd (Armoured) Irish Guards, Guards Armoured Division, during an inspection (3 March 1942)

Except for a few trial vehicles, Covenanters were never deployed outside of the British Isles. The Covenanter was used to re-equip the British 1st Armoured Division (six armoured regiments in two brigades) which had lost most of its tanks in the Fall of France. When the 1st was sent to Egypt, the tanks were transferred to the 9th Armoured Division.

Eventually a handful of vehicles were sent to the desert for service trials and were allocated to the REME for maintenance and evaluation. It is not clear if these tanks were ever used in combat although the unit markings indicate they may have been deployed alongside Kingforce with their new 6 pounder-equipped Churchill Mk III tanks.

Covenanters were also used to equip the Guards Armoured Division in 1942 and elements of the 1st Polish Armoured Division when it was formed in the UK; they were replaced before these units were sent to the front-line, except for a few bridgelayers both divisions retained and used in their advance through Belgium and the Netherlands. The only Covenanter gun armed tank known to have been lost to enemy action was that destroyed by a German air raid on 31 May 1942 in Canterbury.

The Covenanter was declared obsolete in 1943 with orders for the tanks to be scrapped, except for those modified for auxiliary roles.

The Observation Post tanks were issued to artillery units to carry Forward Observation Officers for Royal Artillery batteries. In an armoured division, there were two OP tanks for each RHA or field battery. Medium gun batteries had just one. Command tanks were similar to OP tanks, but had only two No. 19 sets - one on the regiment radio net and the other on the brigade net.

Covenanter Bridgelayers were used by the 1st Czechoslovak Armoured Brigade during the Siege of Dunkirk from October 1944 to May 1945. The bridgelayer version was also used by the 4th Armoured Brigade of the Australian Army at Bougainville and Balikpapan during the Pacific Campaign in 1945.

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