I was playing a game in my Type 64, moving in the general direction of two or three marks of excellence, and had had a pretty good game.
I tried to make it to the passive scouting bush on Prok, but a 2801 yoloed and spotted me. After he died I tried again for the bush, only to be insta-spotted by, it turns out in the end, a camo'ed up E 25. Anyways, I made about 1,200 damage, but then someone took issue with how I was playing my 64.
Well I'm not gonna think much of it. I keep playing, and all of a sudden I'm up to around 2,300 damage. This is going great! This fellow didn't think so, though.
Oh crap! I thought I was in a tank that actually gave a shit what pubbies think. Whoops, sorry mate. Anyways, I make it all the way to 3,000+ damage, not an unimpressive result for a tier 6 light tank, and as we're all closing in on the last remaining tank... he teamkills me. I'm not too sad about it, but I think it's a scummy thing to do, telling someone else how to play their tank and killing them for not doing so. Especially when they almost triple your damage, light tank or not.
Got a couple post game chat shots from the encounter. Shoutout to this legend:
And here's the clown in the KV-1:
Almost forgot, but here's the replay link for anyone interested in seeing the game played out.
And before anyone says I should have posted this in the name and shame thread, I have a statement and a question.
Statement: I wanted to make my own thing. If there was a name and shame subforum, I would've gone there.
Question: How many returning readers do the recent posts in the name and shame thread get? If it's a decent number, next time I'll head over. Just want to give a few people a laugh or two and shame the assholes of WOT.