The Axis forces had used the very successful Konigsluther in the streets of the doomed city but there were never enough to go around. To help their hard pressed forces the Axis High Command had directed that all available weapons including untried experimental models be sent to the front. This directive meant that the two remaining experimental Konigsluthers were sent to Central Zverograd. These heavy walkers had differed from their four legged brothers in that they were built on a heavy bipod chassis. The heavy chassis was a success and allowed very quick movement and better all round vision however this came at twice the cost and production time per unit and sadly the model was never put into production.
The two models sent to Zverograd had many successes but sadly one was lost due to the one main weakness and that was visibility. The higher profile meant that the crew could easily see and engage targets but it also meant that the walker itself could be seen from city blocks around and they quickly drew fire from all directions. The remaining walker fought valiantly throughout the campaign and has proven to be almost blessed and constantly comes through all engagement virtually unscathed.