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So I've started going down the Russian heavy line and after getting past the hell that is the T-26 and T-48 at Tiers 3 and 4 respectively, I've found the KV-1. Now from my experience in the American mediums, I know that the KV-1 CAN be a dangerous machine, but the way I am using it is not as effective. Now, I'm wondering what some of you guys did to make this tank one of the more dangerous on the battlefield Thanks
Does a Kolobanov's lose its luster when gained via seal clubbing? It does not, in fact, and it looks quite nice pinned on my nice new warm seal skin coat that matches the seal skin hat, boots and gloves. It was the first match of the evening, so it was nice to have such a good one. Now, to be fair, I had the following things going in my favor: I drove a top tier KV-1 on Himmelsdorf Encounter sufficient teammates actually pushed the hill teammates who went to the cap area managed to reset when needed and gave their lives to do so I got some lucky bounces that T1 HT at the end had the sto
☭ Comrade tankers, Today, we continue with our groundbreaking studies on the economics of gold shells with the KV-1 breakthrough tank, which is named after the people's Commissar Kliment Voroshilov. First, we would like to clarify common misconceptions about the name. Comrade Voroshilov is not the same person as Comrade Molotov, the same with how Comrade Stalin is not the same person as Comrade Lenin, even though their names end with the same sound. Voroshilov is the Soviet defense commissar. Molotov is the Soviet diplomatic officer. They are both famous names, as Voroshilov commands the K