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Having trouble with passive tanks.
kreso03 posted a topic in Core Skills & Mechanics DiscussionI am having trouble with tanks with passive playstyle (Non-british TDs, 50 100, 50 120, although last one is completely stock ) It's mostly because I have no patience to wait, most of the times I get punished is when I just don't wait bit longer for enemies to reach position. So, if someone could name few tanks that could teach me this valuable lesson, it would be great if they are in mid tiers (easier to get, possible to make profit). Currently learning with "Toothpick" Panther, although this one is a bit more forgiving then I want, since it has quite good reverse speed and armour can b
Light tanks ... help needed
KrVa46 posted a topic in Core Skills & Mechanics DiscussionHello everyone, First off: new user here on the forum so again I'm a complete newbie ... Also a little background: I'm not a big gamer. I found this WoT through a colleague that told me about it. We have fun playing together which is how I started off. So I don't have any first person shooting experience at all, nothing, seriously! Needless to say, the first 5k battles I really sucked. I even didn't know about ratings and stuff. I thought the extend of a rating was the "service record" tab in the game. So I had my 7 year old son play with my account as well. But the more I
Ready set go ... but where with your Light tanks?
KrVa46 posted a topic in Map DiscussionHi, I'm not a great light tank driver, but I think it is time I started driving these tanks more to optimize my map knowledge. Because at the moment I know it is seriously lacking. In order to get a little more structured feedback I've decided to take some print screens of the minimaps (just taken off the internet, don't look at the quality) and indicated where I go in my lights when the counter hits 0. The lines indicate only the initial locations where I go to, and depending on the deployment of the enemies I relocate or not. To keep it simple, I only indicate where I go, not wher