GamerDaPro

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    Well... I can't say I disagree with that, can I?

  2. Fuck. this. arty. shit.
     

     

  3. ohai! barely, but yeah
  4. Being overly aggressive will hurt your wn8 and WR as well, even though you can always dish out some dmg before you die, I doubt you could reach 3,5k-4k wn8 if you're too aggressive. However I've found that being aggressive can win a lot of games, sometimes someone's gotta spot the camping TDs, and someone has to lead the push if you outnumber a group of enemies. While these might hurt your wn8 a bit (the first one to push usually dies/loses shitload of hp), your pubbies are likely to snowball into a victory. So playing aggressively usually pays off, as long as you do it somewhat wisely, mind you, suiciding and playing aggressively aren't the same. I've always been an aggressive player (both ingame and in chat ), no matter the tank I was in (probably this is why I sucked at TDs), 4k DPG surely looks nice, but where's the fun in redline sniping? I was an "in yo face" batchat player, and still maintained 3,1k DPG, and 66% WR with it over 1k games. tl;dr: I would be as aggressive as I can, just make sure that dying is worth it.
  5. Batchat best chat. I loved that carrymachine
  6. I've found that spotting dmg is a huge part of marks in the batchat. I had several games where I only did like 2k or so dmg, yet the % still went up (was above 90%). So aggressive playstyle, and spotting as much as you can while you're on a reload definitely pays off as long as you know what you're doing. The batchat is one of the easier tanks to 3mark imo because it's so versatile.
  7. I only played it before the depression buff, but I assume it only got better. Other than the batchat, it was the only tank I could comfortably carry with. I had 600ish battles with it, and never got bored. I won't go into the details, as others have already done that.But it's definitely a carry hard pubstomper tank for me, though not a moneymaker.
  8. If you're someone who pays for games, $8 for the KOTORs is definitely worth it as well. Or rather $10 with the EAW then, it is also awesome. (the lego stuff could be good, but I've never been a fan)
  9. To be honest, the best thing I found was active scouting in a t-54lt. With that accuracy, and apcr spam you can usually do 2-3k dmg or more, and you can spot the rest. With the right maps you can get it in 3or so games.
  10. You could try joining WG and correcting the god awful building/terrain hitboxes.
  11. Creativity, playing a lot, checking the places out for yourself(yea sometimes even in training rooms, or CW/ESL trainings when you're bored AF), whether they work or not. You'll have loads of situations like "well, fuck this isn't how I imagined", and you'll usually remember those.
  12. From experience, the key to high dmg/wn8 isn't the knowledge of the most popular spots, but knowing the maps inside out instead, and developing the ability to go to places you've probably never been to before as each battle progresses. My most successful games were the ones where I kept changing positions according to allies/enemies, and where I was creative enough to properly guess whether a spot is beneficial or not in a given situation. In my opinion no matter how many good positions people tell you, and how many you remember of those, nothing beats your own creativity and knowledge through experiments.
  13. A HE shell into them with high enough alpha usually does the trick without turning blue, as long as you do loads of dmg after(as usual), you can TK even more in the following battles. I used to do that a lot, never got banned for TKing.
  14. Well, he actually asked whether a 350W PSU would handle a 200W TDP card :D. To be honest it would, unless you put something else in the PC as well, like a motherboard with a CPU.
  15. There have been quite a few hungarian ones, but these were left out: Csá / csáó