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What do you purples think is the ceiling for W/R at T10 when you exclusively solopub? You can of course list W/Rs for different tanks (e.g. extreme example: solopubbing W/R for WTE100 > any arty) I know some of you have already done some crazy challenges but is there any agreement on the highest possible W/R at T10?
Hey guys, I'm still relatively new to this game but have managed to get on the fast track to [email protected] through my buddy Brutal_Cupcake (who is a much better player than me). However, Brutal doesn't really "try" to be [email protected], I don't think, he just is. I'm not like that, everything to me is a formula, an algorithm, data, etc. and this has all accumulated over time to give me a relatively good grasp of the game, but I have to really try at it. Usually I do pretty well solopubbing (I play quite a bit solo), but this week was different. I was doing TERRIBLE. I wasn't getting good winrates, my damage sucked and my experience was certainly lacking. This was a big problem for me because I knew there was an issue, I just didn't know what it was. I like everything to be quantifiable, so I figured I would just keep playing and eventually figure out what was up and how to fix it. For a couple of days this continued until I rage-uninstalled Tanks for a day or so before coming back. Today, though, I was playing some games in my recently acquired Obj. 140. I was doing awful. My w/r was around 30% and my avg. damage was around 2k, which is fine, but it's not what it needed to be. Stats aside though, I was making terrible decisions all over the place and couldn't figure out what the problem was. Eventually, I had a battle on Lakeville that changed everything. It was an encounter and I played mid, sniping and being aggressive, moving when I needed to and so on. It was a 5k damage game and we won, so it was a good match for sure. After that battle I was thinking about what made it different from the previous ones, and I discovered something new and exciting. The difference was that at NO POINT during that game did my enemies have the ADVANTAGE over me. I was always the one with the upper hand in one way or another. This led me to try a new philosophy for being [email protected]: never be in a situation where the enemy has the advantage. If you're in a situation where you do not have a significant advantage over your enemies, get the hell out of there and move somewhere where you do. This thinking led me on a couple more ~4/5k damage games in the 140. So, it seems to be working, and it made me realize that I've always had this in the back of my mind, I just never put it into concrete words. And this week, I finally understood the problem: I was semi-intentionally putting myself in situations where I was at a disadvantage, and this was leading me to "bad play" and losses, when really the bad play was not with my mechanics or understanding of the battles, it was my positioning and poor choice of when to be aggressive etc. Of course, this could just be a coincidence and I could go home today and play like shit, but I think the underlying idea behind my discovery is valid. I also think that most Unicums think like this all the time, if subconsciously. Anyway, TL;DR, always find a way to have the advantage over your enemies and you'll [email protected] probably.