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  1. I really do want to blame the tank here, but I'll take the high road and say that I can't make this thing work. Like, at all. Clan mate gifted it to me out of the blue, so I wasn't gonna say no... but oh geebums this thing is so uncomfortable. I'm used to my American and Brit tanks, to be fair. I've only gotten the IS-3 as its tier 8 meta, should we decide to do tier 8 stronks/cw later on. I hate the KV-4, but will eventually buy it back to get ST-I so that I actually have a superheavy. But I'm willing to give this thing another chance, as I know alot of people love it. BEHOLD, THE LIST OF GRIEVANCES: Terribad penetration + 3.4 aimtime + 0.46 accuracy = LOLNO. Even If i do hit a weakspot, that pen means i stand a good chance of bouncing anyway. Long reload for that kind of gun performance. Turret cheeks easily penetrable by 175mm pen guns UFP armor seems to not want to bounce anything, despite high sloping. I still can't figure out if I should treat it like a pikenose or angle that SOB. Angled butt cheeks mean I cant reverse Sidescrape it. (ignore KV-2 WR, that's from when I played it as an ultra noob. Bought it back and trying to dig that WR out of the hole.) And before you say fire pure gold... Other than the month of prem I just bought with TOG gold, 90% of the time i run without prem account. Because of that, I try to limit gold usage to what's absolutely necessary. On more usable guns, that helps me practice better aim. Prem tanks should be making me money, not losing it for me.
  2. Now that I have your attention, I was planning to make this little comparison a little more detailed with the usual comparison of income etc, but since the mission is over soon and I don't quite have the time to do all of that now, I'll write out my ideas right now. These are two very interesting vehicles, I'm curious to your opinions and what you think the WZ is capable of. First of all, I must of course prove I'm not a baddie Load out is obvious, optics could make sense. Same equipment as my IS-6. Why is it so bad? Lfp is utter trash. When tier 6 mediums have no problem penning it at 45°, you know enough. IS-6, well IS-6... Two big fat cupolas. I've had things penning my roof too, so unless you're able to write off your keyboard on short term, it's not stronger than the IS-6 in a hulldown position. The weak spots on IS-6 are much harder to hit. But sir, but sir, overmatch! Well, in your next pub battle, ask around if anyone knows what overmatch is. Ammo rack. If you've played the Centurion I you get the idea. Pls gib russian RNG Haven't calculated yet, but the income seems a lot lower than my other premiums. Definitely worse than IS-6 I suspect. Rather big engine deck, if people get slightly above you, there's an easy overmatch with a quite a chance of torching you. Why it actually isn't bad HEAT is obviously better than the 217? the russian 122mm's get. Even most of my side shots go through, unless I'm going up against spaced armor that isn't tracks. Weak lfp is compensated by a huge increase of top speed. Which adds a lot of flexing/carry options. Impressive view range (380) for a heavy, especially considering prefMM. Since it runs on charcoal instead of fuel, you don't need an extinguisher. Which comes in handy because your ammo will get trashed. Food certainly is a good alternative if you can afford it and have a decent crew (mine has shitty repairs). Stronk upper front hull, combine with wiggles and you can pull off bounces against BL-10s. Extremely good side armor which I underestimated in my first battles. Didn't check the actual stats, but it feels like it has more gun depression than the IS-6. Will it get me into BULBA? Looks like a nope. To be fair, I don't think many people will break even 2.2k damage. If we compare it with my other prems, it's not hard to draw conclusions. Whilst playing it I didn't quite enjoy it, I missed the high paced action of the front line and the sub 10s reload of my IS-6. So it seems like it's a piece of trash then. Oh wait, I just calculated some things of the solo games I tracked (17)... ​Winrate 76,47% DPG 2.632 Turns out the carry possibilities are indeed, quite high. I know it's a low sample size, but again, if you can bring up the patience, many possibilities... DPG? Higher than I expected. Some battles were steamroll wins with sub 2k damage, seems like I got enough 3k and 4k games to get it back up. I honestly don't think I can get it much higher than this. Speed probably allows for more late-game damage than one can get in the IS-6. Conclusion? There's not enough data (as in battles tracked) that can give definitive answers, at least not for me. I think it comes down to, despite all the similarities, different play styles. IS-6 is meant for close combat DPM abuse. You get up front, kill stuff faster than they kill your team and hope your team on the other side of the map is dead, but not dead enough to get out capped. Allowing for some extra damage if you get there in time. You know what can pen you, and which tanks you can drive straight into without worrying. Your weak spots are very hard to hit if you're going up against cheapskates who don't want to spam gold at your front. WZ-111 is a more flexible tank. It can do the same things as the IS-6 up front, as long as your opponents never heard of a lower front plate or if you have some meat with you. Once I considered all the pro's (view range, HEAT) I realized it's better off at long range engagements. It's easier to defend bases or help out flanks you need. Personally I think the WZ is definitely worth as much gold/money/whatever as one would pay for the IS-6. It just requires a lot of patience to make that armor work. The IS-6 is just more of a rambo machine and awakens the inner child, I play tanks to pewpew stuff, not shoot from the second line or drive around to support flanks. It's more noob-friendly, so maybe I'm just a baddie after all...
  3. Since we recently saw a lot of threads comparing the 112, Wz111, the KV-5 and the IS-6 in the current Meta I was quite surprised that most of those threads simply ignored the Given that all four of these tanks sport rather inaccurate guns according to their stats and specifically since the accuracy nerf seems to be mostly aimed at the 122mm Sniper gun three of them carry I though it is necessary to compare those tanks under the light of this change since premium tanks are a long term investment into WoT. Note however that all my knowledge of any tank other than the IS-6 is derived from guides, WoTLabs posts and friends since I don't own them. Thus I would really appreciate it if a tanks owner might post how he thinks his machine will fare if it hits less as all I can do is make a quick guess according to what I read here. So assuming that the planned accuracy nerf hits (even if we don't know much about it) which tank do you think will be hit the least/benefit the most?
  4. The Proletarian Public's IS-6 Gold Economics Study Journal of Sovietskiy Gold Economic Studies (1948), Volume 1, 12-20(4) Abstract This study evaluates the economic viability of an IS-6 when firing gold. Research is conducted by recording statistics from in-game battles. The study concludes that the IS-6 can fire half APCR and still generate a surplus of silver ration tickets. These findings demonstrate that the tanks of comrade Stalin can crush capitalist potatoes without limit. Keywords: IS-6, APCR, gold, Stalin, potato Music Introduction Background Method Results 8112204 Discussion Conclusion Acknowledgements TL;DR
  5. I am having trouble making my IS-6 the my damage hoe.... I get 76% WR solo but I just can't seem to get the damage. I think the 2 difficulties I have with this tank is that I miss a TON and I am so fucking slow I arrive at the battle too late. I am having trouble finding the perfect medium between Yolo and "I am a leo" playstyles. As I am primarily a medium tank driver, I have no idea how to drive this tank. Can someone with godly IS-6 stats ( Valachio???) share some replays on this thread so I may learn how to earn money while padding?
  6. Going to run my T-54 a lot over the next couple weeks to get obj 140. Even with the credit bump it'll be a money loser so will probably pair with my IS-6 after any T-54 losses. Need platoonmates to help ease the grind. Typically run 10pm-12am ET most nights. Also run occasionally on Tuesdays during the day with limited comms. Prefer anyone green wn8 overall or up. Too many blue/purple toons at 8/9 from 10-12 and feel that green/yellow toons tend to handicap teams more than soloing. Add wot acct SlyGambit to any spam invites or let me know who you are and I'll add. In my T-54/IS-6 tend to focus on aggressively securing key strategic map points early. Not the best solo mentality but works well in packs of similar or complimentary tanks.
  7. Get ready to speculate like hell. http://www.reddit.com/r/WorldofTanks/comments/1stdu9/upcoming_is6_event_for_korean_server_is_crazy/ TL;DR: Get 100k XP in a tier 6 tank in each nation, get IS-6. I noted the similarity to the rumors flying some while ago concerning the 20 kills in the 9 different tanks over three weekends and received this response: So, will it go global? Will it happen at all? Is the user telling me this information full of shit? Stay tuned for more rampant speculation and misinformation!
  8. December 15 (today) - last chance to sell tanks for full price December 16 - buy USSR tanks for IS-6 grind December 19 - buy German tanks for IS-6 grind December 20 - 22 - double experience weekend December 23 - buy USA tanks for IS-6 grind December 24 - last chance to sell equipment for full price December 25 - equipment sale starts December 27 - buy French tanks for IS-6 grind December 30 - buy UK tanks for IS-6 grind January 2 - 5 - 5x weekend January 4 - buy China tanks for IS-6 grind January 7 - last chance to buy equipment, camo, or premium tanks January 8 - buy Japan tanks for IS-6 grind January 15 - finish IS-6 grind January 15 - last chance to buy garages and consumables, or reset crews (All dates based on NA server PST times, EST times will extend to 6am the next morning. EU times will vary.)
  9. Ok, I've done a little searching and I think I have this right, but before I sink a bunch of time into something I wanted to pose the question here in case someone more knowledgeable has a correction. I have been working on the Russian medium line (current about 70k XP shy of the T-54) with the plan to eventually unlock and purchase both the T-62A and the Obj140. I plan to keep transferring my crew as I move up the line with my current T-44 crew ending up in one of the tier 10s. However, I will need a crew for the other tier 10 and maybe for the T-54 if I decide to keep/rebuy it. I just bought the IS-6 today (I know the discounts were crap but I've been wanting the IS-6/KV-5 for a while and I got the KV-220 for free, woot) and so I was wondering if I can train crews in the IS-6 and gold transfer them to the mediums. They both have 4 crew and I know you can go medium<->heavy because I did it with the German line (VK to Tiger) but I did notice one difference. In the medium line, the Loader is also the Radio Operator where as in the IS-6 crew, the Commander is also the Radio Operator. Will this make the crews incompatible? I can understand that I wouldn't be able to transfer a Radio Operator specific perk (i.e. Situational Awareness) but should they transfer okay otherwise? Sorry if this is a noob question but I didn't want to get too far with the plan only to find that I couldn't transfer the crew. Thanks!
  10. http://wotreplays.com/site/397599#self A game I had this evening in the IS-6. 7 total kills, 3 while I was the only tank left alive. Just under 6k damage. Steel Wall, Sniper and Top Gun. 1,823 base exp. Another 5,700 potential. One of the better games I've had in the tank. Worth noting, I almost never fire gold in it, which is why I wasted 3 shots at the beginning on the KV-4 before switching to it. The normally trollish IS-6 gun made me bounce on the rear of a Conqueror, but otherwise RNG gave me a great game. Thanks to my platoon-mates for putting up with my adrenaline in teamspeak. I was told this was the forum to be on if I wanted to further learning in tanks, and I finally got around to coming here. I'm sure some of you are familiar with my terrible posting on the normal WoT forum, so I have no doubt I will be received with varying degrees of welcome. Anyway, glad to be here, let's hope I learn something so I can help improve a horrible playerbase. SunFlash
  11. I've read all sorts of poasts about how the IS-6 is godly and such, but I've heard gud things about other tanks then been somewhat disappointed, and heard other tanks are complete crap (which they were tbh) but did well in them regardless So... I guess I'm asking for some sort of reviews/tips? I have tons of Soviet heavies already, and totally love the IS, and would love to have a 6 for the crew trainer, but would just like some other endorsements/play tips or whatever before I sink 11k mad goaldz Sorry in advance if I've totally gone against wotlabs poasting guidelines, I just remember seeing a similar thread about the Leo1, where Kewei gave a rather large reply.
  12. I am an IS-6 neophyte. I once considered the vehicle to be mediocre at best, memories of the stock IS-3 grind in an age when gold ammo really was gold ammo colored my perceptions. Happily, I was wrong. This particular match is a mere 413 credits from breaking my highest revenue record, but alas the event bonus for it was 20k instead of 25k like the last. It's my highest unbonused revenue, though. YouTube video at the bottom, with some sounds thrown in that you may recognize if you were a C&C fan. For a week or so it was #1 on the Noobmeter top 20 board, but then someone had to come and knock me down a peg. The jerk. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clnT6kpJq-Y&list=PLg-BlWmr8BkuMIVmN_hbykH20vpV9l6qR&index=59 http://www.noobmeter.com/replay/1000267801.5022630622784871 If you liked the video, my sig image is also a link to my Tanks YouTube playlist.
  13. While Stalin has shown us that faith in the people inspires us to action, to valourous deeds! ☭ Comrade tankers, To maintain our ever-rising Sovietskiy economy and the steadfast expansion of the ideals of comrade Marx, the people of our working republic have introduced the newest model of the Iosif Stalin production series: the IS-6/122. Originally an unfinished prototype, the Obyekt 252 was left untouched for many months, but recent requirements for additional heavy tanks to protect the Motherland has inspired our persevering engineers to perfect the design, the result of which, redesignated the IS-6 in honour of the people's glorious leader, is a tank built with the utmost Soviet efficiency. Within weeks of its release, the IS-6 has been rightfully deemed as the true embodiment of high-tier silver ration ticket generators - utterly crushing whatever fascist and capitalist competition exists. Such magnificent engineering has even made its name amongst the ranks of unicorn preferential matchmaking stat-padding mechanisms, a genuine reflection of our world-leading Russian standards! Despite being over 50 tons, the IS-6 is exceedingly simple to construct and maintain. Its structure and assembly methods closely resemble that of the Union's celebrated T-34, leading many to consider it the heavy version of the T-34 tank series. Such mainline tanks are as essential to the Red Army as bread and air! As our bountiful wheat fields bloom beautifully during harvest, even so do our industrial factories bring such splendid machines to life. So numerous are IS-6's being brought out of the Urals every day that literally any comrade tank commander across the USSR, regardless of combat experience or number of neurons, can immediately commission one such vehicle... if they tip a generous donation of golden ration tickets to the people's Party of course. In addition to ease of fabrication, the IS-6's upkeep requirements are profoundly basic. It is such that combat damage can be repaired quickly and cheaply using spare modules found on essentially all other Soviet vehicles, especially from the numerous T-34's. The process of module restoration itself can be performed by any able body with at least one hand. Feedback from the field indicates that such fixes are even simpler than operating artillery pieces! As such, maintenance is carried out solely by selfless volunteer armies of civilian men, women, and children. This perk adds on precious days to the average life expectancy of IS-6 tanks on the frontlines. In extreme cases, it is possible to jury-rig the engine compartment with components scavenged from fascist box-tanks. Such a shamefur dispray usually leads to great dishonour for the crew; nevertheless, this unconventional compatibility is significant testament to the power of Russian resourcefulness. As of late, penal battalions have been deployed specifically for the task of extracting tank parts from corpses littered over the battlefield. The running fuel consumption is yet another distinguished advantage of the IS-6. In tiring times of supply shortages, a robust engine is a true gift from comrade Stalin. If only such a wondrous piece of machinery existed in the times of the Winter War, victory would have been ours within three days rather than three weeks! Not only is it economically satisfying in harnessing what little fuel it uses, the 700 ponypower V-12 A engine can accept a variety of fuel substitutes. When diesel is lacking, the contents of spare molotov cocktails can be used instead to keep the tank running through fire and water alike. Other possible supplements include antiseptics, shoe polish, and raw potatoes. However, it may sometimes be very difficult to convince conscripts to contribute their vodka rations to the mix. In addition, the IS-6 exhaust fumes have a tendency to put nearby soldiers into a drunken stupor while in the middle of battle. Regardless, such mechanical abilities allow us to field the IS-6 endlessly against the fascist hordes. Easy to make, easy to maintain; a new sea of Red shall crush our enemies as we defend the gains of comrade Lenin's October Revolution! Likewise with the T-34, the IS-6's strength lies in more than just its quantity. It is armed with an improved modification of comrade Stalin's signature 122mm gun - the D-30. This weapon fires the same redoubtable shells that are duly known as the Tiger killer, but it does so at an even higher rate! The reliability of its fearsome alpha-strike can be further improved with APCR shells plentifully supplied by the heroism of the proletariat. Up to 30 such shells can be stored for a single battle - more than enough to annihilate anything that dares to cross our path. Such a cannon allows the IS-6 to brawl with all the vigour shown by the illustrious defenders of Stalingrad! Another trait shared with the T-34, the progenitor of new tanks, is the highly sloped armour. 100 full millimetres of Soviet steel encase the front and sides of the IS-6, granting a high level of survivability in close quarters combat. Magnetic tracks add on another layer of protection, absorbing whatever shells that do not bounce outright. For all its armour the IS-6 is only slightly slower than the IS-3, which still allows us to freely roam the battlefield and lord it over the pubs. Such an unstoppable force can subdue even the bravest amongst the French pastry-tanks and cause them to turn tail, as clearly revealed in this combat record: While dominating the enemy, the IS-6 is fully expected to perform its duty as the foremost amongst all tanks. With the IS-6, one does not simply push a frontline, the tank is the frontline. Such a powerful spearhead allows our comrades to pour the same irresistible momentum that created the Kursk salient all into a single point, shattering whatever semblance of defence the opposing scum dare pose. Such a breakthrough allows a Red tide to overwhelm any remaining pockets of resistance and, most importantly, results in the humiliating destruction of enemy self-propelled artillery. It is common practice to push such offending vehicles into the water to drown them like the crippled puppies they are! These offensive tactics and traits of aggression are found nowhere else in the entire theater of war, least of all within fascist box-tanks as the JagdTiger-88. German fanbois may call it a Tier 8 premium tank-of-the-line, but such immobile punching-bags disgrace their designation of "tank destroyer". With metal coffins as these, what disease could have possibly caused the enemy to ever believe in a glimmer of hope of defeating the Soviet Union upon the glorious fields of Prokhorovka? See how they cower at the rear, making sweet, sweet love to their filthy artillery, whilst our own comrade IS-6's push the front - fighting to the last drop of blood! Elsewhere across the eastern front, our IS-6's strategically maneuver here and there on the battlefield, placing their firepower and armour wherever they are most needed. Proficient in the art of mini-map reading, Soviet tankists have doubtlessly earned their right to fly the Guards' Banner. The skill and determination shown by our friends at the siege of Leningrad is now crucial in our fight against the dirty capitalists and their potato-tanks, which seek to consume us in their lazy influence. Slow to react, even slower to move, they creep at a turtle's pace, spreading their tardy corruption across all that is good and all that is loved by proletarian-kind. As of late, there has even been open sabotage by the potato-tanks, especially by those that cannot control their abnormally high testosterone levels. They would deteriorate into vulgar displays of ineptitude by pumping HE shells into each others' rears and dragging down all those nearby into their gravity-well of general incompetency and delinquency. Never must they succeed in desecrating the people's republic with such behaviour! Thus the call for the Motherland's defence was made, and IS-6 production was immediately launched in full scale for great justice! Such is our noble struggle against the capitalist Amerikanski. To evaluate the full extent of the IS-6's combat abilities, the great and everlasting Party has ordered a Gold Economics Study to be conducted. It was quickly obvious that the IS-6 could easily generate silver ration tickets under most conditions, so a special request was made to equip the test subject with ALL 122mm APCR shells in order to achieve a meaningful evaluation. At the cost of severely inflated unicorn statistics, IS-6 No. 811 undertook and successfully completed the study sample of 30 battles. The analysis has been complete and the results now released for the benefit of the working public. Evidence of Soviet superiority in the form of full replays and screenshots have been included to validate the results of the study and to taunt the fascist and capitalist hordes who have fallen before the might of comrade Stalin. Full Replays of glorious IS-6 in action: http://www.mediafire...i6689am77glb0h7 End-of-battle screenshots: http://www.mediafire...ogualdbbvz4munn And now we proceed to the study. The conditions of the experiment are thus: >30 battles of Solo Pub - where we face off against the masses of pastries, boxes, and pubbie potatoes. >IS-6/122 is armed with 28 APCR shells and 2 HE shells. >Premium shells were all rationed beforehand at half-price, but calculations at full price are included. No further resupplies of APCR shells are shown. Previous records for the IS-6 are included here. Such battles were all done while in platoon with our unicorn comrades: And the results of the experiment are detailed in the following chart: Though we have fought all the way up to the light of the heavens and all the way down into the darkest depths of hell, we were once again unable to reach the holy grail of 100% winrate, that which is the mark of the unicorn of unicorns. Undermined by the treachery of the box-shaped potatoes, we crawled to the finish line at just under the 70% mark. Such a display nearly resulted in the crew's deportation and sentencing to 10 years of hard labour in Siberia, which doubtlessly would have broken our backs even further. All was forgiven, however, for the improved damage padding and kill ratios achieved in the study. An average of 2500 units of damage was delivered per battle and 1.87 enemy tanks did we slay every day to repay the debts owed to all those who were lost in the desperate defence of Sevastopol. This strong performance of the IS-6 earns it an average of 750 EXP with a Standard Economics Policy or over 1100 EXP with the Premium Economics Policy. The results also indicate very favourable combat deployment with an average top tier of 8.27; a situation with both quantity and quality will surely bring us victory! In terms of economics, we see that a full APCR loadout at the usual price is not quite sustainable for users of the Standard Economics Policy, resulting in a small loss of under 5000 silver ration tickets per battle. However, such a trivial condition can be alleviated by purchasing APCR at half-rations, or through the gaining of a Premium Economics Policy. Using either will result in a moderate income of approximately 20000 rations a battle. In the event both methods are used, a massive income of 46000 silver ration tickets is possible per battle! Such industrialism from the proletarian public will unquestionably aid the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as we continue our journey down the righteous path which our wise comrade Marx has drawn, which our inspiring comrade Lenin has lighted, and which our resolute comrade Stalin is leading. Through days dark and stormy we must endure as we fearlessly march towards the Final Victory and towards a brighter future for all workers of the world! Notes: Below are the overall IS-6 records upon the conclusion of the experiment: One 7600-damage teamdrag of teamdrags is noted - battle trial No. 27. Note the capitalist potato being AFK the entire match and riding on our backs to a free win and 410 EXP: Comrades, be sure to also learn about the original Workers' Revolutionary Soviet SU-26 Gold Economics Study: As well as the Glorious Expeditionary Soviet SU-152 Gold Economics Study: And Comrade Voroshilov's Supremely Soviet KV-1 Gold Economics Study: In addition to the People's Party's Premium Soviet T-127 Gold Economics Study: Plus the Great Industrial Soviet T-54 Gold Economics Study: Including the Marching Volunteers' Chinese Type T-34 Gold Economics Study: Furthermore, the Spacefaring Cosmonauts' Soviet S-51 Gold Economics Study: Be sure to comment and spread the Soviet glory!
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