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Moebeast

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  1. How many German premium TD's do we really need? I'm not opposed, I just think it would be nice to spread the love a little bit.
  2. Not sure if this mission is bugged or not, but I can confirm that I completed this mission last night with only a single personal kill. One of my platoon mates killed two, the other none, all three of us were given mission complete credit.
  3. This is one of those tanks that everyone seems to want, but if and when they get it, it will be hated.
  4. It would be interesting if they could make those premium tanks usable by crews from any of the "Euro tree" branches.
  5. I disagree. I found that the A-44 was safest when it was right next to an enemy tank, so I brawled at every opportunity. It's low enough that they have trouble aiming down on it, and your own shit accuracy doesn't matter. Instead of trying to circle-strafe, I would hug the enemy side and juke forward and back. Seems to have worked for me, I managed a 70% solo winrate (just 80 something battles, but enough where I don't think it was luck).
  6. I lived in West Palm Beach for two years. All I remember about it is sand and fire ants. 4/10, would not recommend.
  7. This isn't quite accurate. Speaking for the Army at least, all medics (actual designation is Healthcare Specialist) receive their medical training at Ft. Sam Houston, TX, and are required to pass the Texas state EMT licence certification in order to graduate training. Furthermore, they are required to maintain this certification throughout their career in order to remain MOS qualified. When they leave the service, most states only require them to retake and pass the state-specific EMT test to recertify, no extra training is required. The test typically costs $50-$60, and oh, and by the way,
  8. Not getting shot is a pretty important soldier skill that he seemed to have sucked at.
  9. I'm not quite sure what you're talking about. My point, and I believe RichardNixon'a point, is that larger sample sizes are more significant. That's not the same as saying win rate is luck.
  10. Yep, I've got bad stats on many of my tanks, if you spent a little more time you could have found some even better examples. I just agree with RichardNixon when he said: Regardless of the rant, he's probably just unlucky in the Leo 1. 125 games is not much of a sample (+/-9% WR @ 5% confidence interval), and it's not plausible that someone would get 63% in the Indien, 58% in the PTA and 61% in the M46, but only 48% in the Leo long-term. Switching flanks too late and choosing not to charge through a cap screen in a paper tank aren't exactly uncommon mistakes at unicum level, at least from
  11. I believe it was pointed out earlier that he has a significantly higher win rate in his PTA, with a much higher and more statistically significant number of games played. Cherry-picking data isn't exactly a fair way to evaluate a player.
  12. I believe it was pointed out earlier that he has a significantly higher win rate in his PTA, with a much higher and more statistically significant number of games played. Cherry-picking data isn't exactly a fair way to evaluate a player.
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