The Falkendorf Team
The queue moved on. The T29 rolled forward slowly, contemplating his answer. The Falkendorf Team’s victories were never easy. There had been times when he, too, had believed they were — when every battle had been a novelty, every enemy tank had been a stranger, and every victory had been intoxicating. “At least back then, people still knew what an ‘easy’ victory looks like,” he eventually grouched.As time went by, the team became vain because of their many victories, but its members were slowly drifting apart in terms of goals and ideals. All of the members realized this, but instead of trying to fix their issues, they kept arguing and started resenting each other - even though none of them were willing to openly admit how dysfunctional they were as a team.
He didn’t like to admit it, because by all means it shouldn’t be that way, but lately he always half-expected shells to start flying whenever the team started disagreeing on something. Their habit to think of themselves as a functional team despite this fact only attested further to their hubris.Eventually, the team's GW Panther - pushed over the edge by the the Tanking League being given temporary shelter - started a bloody revolt. This revolt was the end of the Falkendorf Team.
No leader; all team members are equal - at least in theory.