Otto-matic Reiffel

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  1. If they nerf a P2W tank the howls of refund demands will be heard from the moon. Poor planning has painted them into a corner, they can't win no matter what they do.
  2. Eh, I can see the appeal in deleting the account. While the option to play is there, it's always going to be a nagging thing in the back of your mind that maybe it'll be better this time. When the account is gone there's no chance to fall back, so less pressure.
  3. Is the TK reward for Hopey still current? I almost might reinstall and try to track him down if true.
  4. Adding some bots as seed players makes some sense from WG point of view. If somebody joined the AU server and saw there were only 100 players online they'd probably not bother and quit.
  5. Wouldn't it make more sense to bot on the more populated server? Faster time to get into game and a greater spread of players to reduce repeat suspicion.
  6. Aww, nobody's paid him yet https://bitref.com/19vGYNQyE2fqAqZHmhGRyWiQt1oMpUY1x4 I stopped playing WoT ages ago and switched over to War Thunder. While I still get a bit ragey at idiot teammates occasionally, nowhere near the level I did in WoT.
  7. Otto-matic Reiffel

    SEA CW is ded

    Russia has a huge population and WoT is super popular there. If that market is excluded or they did it by regions the numbers would be much different.
  8. Load balancing on the route might do it. If normal upstream router is very busy, route packet elsewhere.
  9. Tan is a PR man. He'll avoid answering any questions that might make WG look bad directly.
  10. I haven't been keeping up with WoT shenanigans for months, have Wargaming actually changed the main Asia server to be hosted in Hong Kong? Surely that would have consequences with the various Chinese internet laws and Kongzhong's WoT server.
  11. Probably about as good as Singapore. The connection should go to Sydney, Guam, then Hong Kong - similar to Sydney, Perth, Singapore. It's pretty much the same link we end up on when SEA-ME-WE-3 gets sharked.
  12. That would require real action be taken. You know that's against policy.
  13. Doesn't a 36% win rate make him an active detriment to his team? Better off with a passive bot.
  14. The problem with all of those new cables is that they are mostly still theoretical - they keep getting delayed. I'm pretty sure the ASC cable from Perth that was meant to replace SEA-ME-WE-3 was initially due for completion in 2012.