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  1. that does feel like the case. most of the tank remaining on the list have their fans and important roles on the battlefield, while some stand out more of course. i think its harder now because there isn't that ONE tank that could possible fill all the roles of every other tier 10. the T110E5 aren't as invulnerable as before, especially against the new and buffed superheavy tanks (Type Fuckyou, im looking at you, you dirty HE spamming brick). but the superheavy tanks are still constrained by their poor mobility that can be exploited by the mobile medium tanks, especially on open maps. TDs like the 183 and E4/E3 still inspire doom from around the corner, while the Strv103B and Grille 15 have their importance in the TD role. tier 10 autoloaders HTs and MTs have to be respected for their burst damage
  2. i'd recommend the Ke-Ho rather than then the Chi-He, at tier IV. the Ke-Ho has a fairly competitive 47mm gun, is among the few tier IV light tanks without scout matchmaking (similar to Valentine, i believe). It's a dinky, agile and sneaky tank, but you may need to carry more premium AP nowadays Chi-Nu is second-line sniper medium, w/o any armor. Nothing noteworthy about this. Its a tier V after-all. at tier VI, the Chi-to is fairly the same as Chi-Nu, but bulkier. And it continues to trade the armor for agility and dank gun handling with the 75mm gun. Some exemplary examples of what you can do with a Chi-to: Tier VII Chi-Ri is OP. nuff said Tier VIII on the STA-1, prepare for a fairly painfully slow grind. this is the first post-WW2 Japanese tank, so no modules carry over. this is where you may want to spend the free EXP. once fully kitted out, its a pretty great tank. Fairly low profile (thus good camo), with good gun handling and accuracy and fairly mobile too. But again, no armor, but the gun mantlet is troll as hell. STA-2 can be considered, if you want practically a premium STA-1 that earns credits. The slight height difference is negligible, rather allows you to fire over certain covers
  3. 263 < 268?
  4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
  5. UPDATE #1 These tanks are only for CN servers, according to Wargaming RU.
  6. Getting an Ace on the Centurion AX. #feelsgoodman


  7. 121: 23 113: 20TVP T 50/51: 23AMX 50 B: 21Bat.-Chatillon 25t: 20+1 = 21 Like good French wine, this thing ages well despite the test of time and cyka blyat tanksAMX 30 B: 14 Jg.Pz. E 100: 11 Maus: 24 E 100: 21Pz. VII: 20Grille 15: 22E 50 M: 22 Leopard 1: 17STB-1: 23 Type 5 Heavy: 25Centurion AX: 21FV215b (183): 14FV215b: 20T57 Heavy: 20T110E4: 18T110E3: 20M48 Patton: 23 T110E5: 24Obj. 268: 2-3 = -1 How-is-this-thing-not-dead-yet-oh-well-it-is-now.Obj. 263: 20T-62A: 20Obj. 430: 20Obj. 140: 21 IS-7: 17IS-4: 11Kranvagn: 17Strv 103B: 20
  8. the way i see it, it would require as many people to get on the Sandbox and test the artillery stun mechanics widely, and then to send the constructive feedback that they need to make these sorts of decisions. because hollering "REMOVE ARTILLERY!!!" at the devs hasn't worked since
  9. My ammo count on the Centurion 7/1 is 57/10/5 The reason why i'd load the premium HESH is due to the slow-ish reload, I want to have that better guarantee of penetrating and doing as much damage as possible, and sometimes I may run into meds where the 210 pen HESH would then be justified and yes 120mm pen on Conq is sugoi~, so handy against all those paper TDs
  10. i don't have one, nor do i think i'd have the patience for one. and for tier V pref i've got the T-14 (Armata)
  11. MIssion # 12 23rd of March Win 10 Random Battles while being in Top 5 by EXP earned. Welp, guess people will be breaking out the Pz B2 platoons again. I'll grab my E25.
  12. and yet, still no American or British tier 8 TD...
  13. finally Aced my Centurion 7/1 involved face-hugging a Grille 15 and blasting his face with glorious HESH something to note, the grand irony of British 105 calibre gun tanks like the Centurion 7/1 and Charioteer is how I more often than not would load the premium HESH against paper tanks i initially would just load the cheaper HESH with 105mm penetration against paper tanks, but I soon converted to the premium HESH cuz nothing says F*CK YOU than a guaranteed at least 480 damage, particularly against dem Swedes and glass cannon Germans, and the occasional French because rule Britannia!
  14. Mission #11 22 March was fairly easy, primarily if you play higher tier tanks i personally used tier X medium tanks to do so, inadvertently Aced my Centurion 7/1 which was nice
  15. i'm currently on the E-50, but without the 88 L/100 since it wasn't available in the Panther II then when I moved on ti tier 9 having to use the 88 L/71 is a pain, especially with the low-ish penetration and lackluster accuracy (because raisins) i've got enough free EXP on hand, and i'd initially considered spending it on the 105. but now that the long 88 is viable, so that's something to consider. i've also considered throwing a crew back onto the Panther II and grinding for that 88 L/100 with the 88 L/71 back at tier VIII