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1000 posts already what am i doing with my life. Well anyways here is a little about me -6ft4 and a half (194.5cm) -White male -17 years old -Plays volleyball competitively and I just got scouted by a university -I retired from WOT and currently playing WOWS - Canadian with dual citizenship (france) - French is my first language Well i dont know what else i could say about me but i would like to say thanks to all the admins for my 2 years of shitposting. You guys can feel free to ask me anything it can be about WOWS,WOT or volleyball
As many of you know they took off the special vehicule recovery program but now have a new way to do it and you can back as many tanks as you want. No longer are you able to do just one. HOW VEHICLE RECOVERY IN WORLD OF TANKS WORKS: The Vehicle Recovery allows you to restore Premium vehicles that have been sold for up to 72 hours after they have been sold. You can also restore Special vehicles ranging as far back as you like, but each vehicle can only be restored once every 6 months. Q: Premium... Special... What's the difference? A: Premium tanks are tanks that can be purchased either by Gold or in the Gift Shop. Special tanks are tanks that have been given out or have been sold in the past but are currently not available for purchase via Gold or Gift Shop. EXAMPLES: A T2 LT is a Premium vehicle while the T7 Combat car is a Special vehicle. A Lowe is a Premium vehicle while the VK 7201 is a Special vehicle. Q: So what do I do to get these tanks back? A: Sending a Support Ticket listed under In Game Goods. Bear in mind, you must have played at least one battle in these vehicles in order to reclaim them. Q: How many tanks? A: As many as you like. There is no longer a one time use for restoring a tank. As long as you can submit the ticket about your Premium Tank in 72 hours after it has been sold you can get it back. Furthermore, you can restore a Special Tank as many times as you like, you just have to wait 180 days in between the first restoration of the tank and the next.