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I became quickly enamored with the Object 140 in the test server. Firstly though the early results I've always loved my American mediums, especially the M46 Patton. The American gun depression is a huge factor for me in allowing me to get shots where they can not normally be taken as well as grab good defensive positions. Unfortunately, the American meds don't always offer the type of hull down protection and speed I'm looking for. I also drive the 62A. I enjoy the tank and think it's great but I have not been using the tank to its full potential. I have some trouble adjusting to lower depression guns. Enter the Object 140. It offers better gun depression (according to the forums it's only one degree better but it either seems better or -6 is the 'minimum' I'm comfortable with) and excellent speed to go along with the troll turret and small size. I've read and heard numerous times that the top of the turret can be easily overmatched but just got through a few battles when I went hull down and bounced everything that was thrown at me. The accuracy of the gun is ever-so-slightly worse than the 62A but is not noticeable to me at all and while the turret traverse goes from 48 to 40 it is also not an issue whatsoever. This is quickly becoming my favorite tier 10 medium, even more so than the Leo or M60 (yes I love my M60). It can do it all in one tough little package. I'd be surprised if this tank does not replace the 62A in clan wars. It's just better. It's also fast and maneuverable enough to act as a scout if need be.
This is something I've always thought about ever since joining. How exactly did you guys get good at this game? Were you born with it? Did you watch YouTube videos and replays? Read guides? So my question is, what steps did you take to improve at this game and what's the most important piece of advice you could give to someone willing to improve? This post is pretty much this thing, only more inclusive :^)
10.28.2015: Finally found the link to the correct formula, it is as follows: EMAi = EMAi-1 + K*(DAMAGEi – EMAi-1) • DAMAGEi = (Dealt by player in battle) + ( maximum damage by tracking or by spotting) - (team-damage caused to allies in battle) • k = 2 / (N +1) • N = 100 The EMAi represents your current MoE value, as listed on vbaddict. Source for formula (credit to Major Rampage for providing it to Dues and Crab for linking it for all of us) http://forum.wotlabs.net/index.php?/topic/14704-how-marks-of-excellence-work/ I think we have all had enough of this by now, so here is a detailed step-by-step instruction as to how to do it yourself. Go to the vbaddict.net. In the top right corner there is a box asking you for your login. Click whichever server corresponds to your own, then follow WG's instructions for linking. After that, manually upload your dossier (essentially your accounts stat file) to vbaddict via this button. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Follow the instructions given here: My reccomendation: before selection Choose File, copy the first %APPDATA%.... file location. Then paste that into the location bar at the top of the screen and hit Enter. You will get to this page: Choose the most recently edited file, and accept. After you have chosen the correct file, press the Upload Dossier button After it has finished uploading, go to your own name on the bar on the left and expand the list. Select the Marks of Excellence tab, getting you here. BAM THERE YOU FUCKING GO ALL YOU LAZY FUCKS. You can search for a specific tank or sort by any methods available, even by current %'s so you can see how close you are to the next marks.
jonnydeathstar posted a question in Ask a Purple PoasterHi - In the esteemed opinion of the purple people, is it worth it to train your commander on Jack of All Trades so you can ditch your first aid kit and run High Octane gas on your French Surrender Tank Autoloader? The reason for jack of all trades is to mitigate driver death. I figure if you lose the gunner or commander you can get by. If not, please suggest your / an auto-loader consumable load out. I currently run small first aid, small repair, coffee. Thanks! -j.