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T26E4 Super Pershing Hello ladies and gents, I am here today to talk about the Super Pershing and why you should play this beast of a tank. A little forerunner, I love this tank and recent got 100% on it In name it would appear similar to the M26 Pershing that many know and love, but on the contrary completely the opposite is true This leads us into... Gameplay Describing how to play the Superpershing was summed up by CanadianTrex as "yolo until everything is dead." With the buff to its armor returning it to its former glory, you are able to do just that. The quick reload of the 90mm combined with the insane 258mm HVAP pen allow this thing to melt through anything and everything it meets. Moving into a heavy tank choke point and using your quick reload, good gun handling, and tough armor to rip apart your enemies is the best way to play this tank. Lets take a quick look at the armor profile and how you would go about hiding your weaknesses. As you can see, the SP relies on spaced armor to bounce and absorb shots from enemies. Because of this, RNG has a way of messing with your mind and causing pens that really shouldn't be happening, as Tranderas can attest When setting up your SP, you want to maximize your strengths, DPM and gun handling. I run Rammers/V. Stabs/ Vents small repair/ small med/ AFE. Running food is certainly viable if you are chasing three marks or want to squeeze a few more damages into your DPG, but the tank performs very well even without it. Summary So why should you get a Superpershing? + Great armor + Excellent gun + Very aggressive gameplay - Can be a bit slow to flex - Armor can play tricks on you Overall I would give it a 8.5/10, but who cares when at the end of the battle, the enemy team looks like this. P.S. I would love feedback on the guide, its my first one and would love to write more and get better at it.
I was having my morning tea, and this thought came to me, so here I am at your service. If you have some replays for me to look over I can provide feedback about your positioning, decisions, and execution. I am decent player of heavy tanks, mediums, and lights. I can't give effective feedback about tank destroyers or artillery, but you wouldn't give me arty replays would you I would prefer not to look at a replay that was either a steam roll win or loss, usually you don't have any effect on the outcome of the game and I can't advise you on your gameplay. Replays where you had a hand in the outcome, whether it be a win or loss are best, these show me how you handle under pressure and your mechanical skills (leading shots, aiming for weakspots, etc)