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Obj 430U

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18 hours ago, monjardin said:

However, it does make me feel like a fool for grinding out an Object 260. It’s a much better heavium. 

The 260 became kinda obsolete when they buffed the 113 and especially after they introduced the tier 10 WZ-1111!1.

Those 2 tanks now became obsolete after the introduction of the 430U.

If anything, you can expect the 430U to become obsolete after they are going to introduce the buffed Object 777 or whatever else Murazas mad mind can come up with that is going to come after the T-10.

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1 hour ago, Fabunil said:

The 260 became kinda obsolete when they buffed the 113 and especially after they introduced the tier 10 WZ-1111!1.

Those 2 tanks now became obsolete after the introduction of the 430U.

If anything, you can expect the 430U to become obsolete after they are going to introduce the buffed Object 777 or whatever else Murazas mad mind can come up with that is going to come after the T-10.

People keep saying that the 430U makes the 113 obsolete. I'm looking forward to seeing if it pans out that way in CW.

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6 hours ago, monjardin said:

People keep saying that the 430U makes the 113 obsolete. I'm looking forward to seeing if it pans out that way in CW.

we have been using the 430U's in CW today by having them run with 5A's and they work well, they cant really keep up with 907/140's though.

 

7 hours ago, Fabunil said:

The 260 became kinda obsolete when they buffed the 113 and especially after they introduced the tier 10 WZ-1111!1.

Those 2 tanks now became obsolete after the introduction of the 430U.

If anything, you can expect the 430U to become obsolete after they are going to introduce the buffed Object 777 or whatever else Murazas mad mind can come up with that is going to come after the T-10.

i could easily see the 777 replacing the 430U, its already faster (at least on paper) and if they buff its armor it will just be a more meaty 430U in terms of HP and armor with better mobility but a shitter gun (providing they don't buff they gun further)

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1 hour ago, Deus__Ex__Machina said:

i could easily see the 777 replacing the 430U, its already faster (at least on paper) and if they buff its armor it will just be a more meaty 430U in terms of HP and armor with better mobility but a shitter gun (providing they don't buff they gun further)

Wait a second.

Looking up 777 gave me the old FTR page.

" Radio: RTU “Yasen” "

I can smell the KanColle Sendai references coming already (the "Yasen Baka" refers to her enthusiasm for Night Battle in her lines...)

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On 8.02.2018 at 1:01 PM, hall0 said:

So if the borderline OP SConq and 5A is now the new standard for being balanced I think we crossed a line. 

Heres+what+i+think+_78fecbe4241d397324d7

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A fucking 113 with a cloaking device that snap shot me in a T-100LT. . . 

8/8 will end well

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This is going to be a right pita to 3mark isn't it? My MoE mod states 4600 combined for Mark 1...

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On 12/02/2018 at 1:04 AM, Lethul said:

This is going to be a right pita to 3mark isn't it? My MoE mod states 4600 combined for Mark 1...

You are looking at 6.1/6.3k to raise the mark near 93-95%

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5 hours ago, ogremage said:

So is it better, worse or "as good but different" compared to the Obj 907?

You’re asking an extremely generic question.

It’s much slower with lower DPM. The side armor seems a bit less troll too. They are very different tanks.

If you want to hold a hull down position in a slow game, then the 430U is better. If you need to rush and focus down tanks, then I would think that a blob of 907s is better. 

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