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The Oktopod is a fast and stealthy submarine with great tactical advantages. About the same size of the Typhoon-class submarines, it can carry up to 16 ICBMs. The nuclear engine allows it to stroll the seas for an unlimited amount of time, and all kinds of technology were employed to make it self-sustained.
The name Oktopod comes from two auxiliary engines besides it. At emergencies they can expel all the water from the diving tanks with enormous pressure, making it to achieve up to 90 knots of speed for a short time, an useful push to escape depth charges, torpedoes and other anti-submarine attacks, or even to surface at high speeds in case of a hull breach or malfunction.
In combat the Oktopod is armed with Megiddo ICBMs guided by satelitte and capable of reaching orbit before falling at the target without the need to fire rockets, making it virtually immune to heat-seeking countermeasures. The Megiddo ICBMs also can carry nuclear warheads and use many jamming devices to evade enemy fire.
At close range the Oktopod can defend itself with Squid-class torpedoes. This abnormally huge underwater missiles can be steered and remote controlled by satelitte, radar or sonar, allowing them to make curves and follow enemy ships trying to evade their lethal fire.
The Oktopod is very resistant with a heavy armored hull and also have counter-sonar technologies, allowing it to escape enemy detection.