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Hi everyone:) I had a talk with some clan mates about tactics we were running in a platoon and it came down to playing defensively and only sniping to actually pushing with the main force (2nd line) when we were bottom of the tier. I will admit I am a aggressive player and I over-extend sometimes, but I would like to know when is it considered padding damage and not doing anything for the team to suicide rushing and dying, over actually contributing. Where is the fine line from being between a damage padder to being a suicider to being a help in bottom tier? I would like to ask your opinions on this. Also does this judgment come from what tanks you play or what tanks you face? (not saying scouts mainly heavies as mediums are A LOT easier to run around with when bottom tier than a slow russian heavy (t-150)) Thanks and hope this hasnt been posted previously posted or is in the wrong section:/ -EDIT: I have "cleaned" up the formatting a bit, and this is not the wrong section. -WW Blud
I recently started playing 3-4 days ago and I would like to know a few things. On every battle I'm using fuel boost (2500-5000 per match) which I heard you should be doing I am also using AP shells since it is the highest damaging shell and they fly farther? Is this a good choice? I am heading up the Russian fighters and German heavy fighters, are these good lines? Since I began I am just dogfighting (Shoot at whatever is closest, pressing S for tighter turns, using the boost to get back up to speed if I'm about to stall) I realize this isn't very efficient and its only working well since I'm fighting "Low tier noobs" I have a I-16(e) and when I fight level IV planes I get wrecked because they fly better. Whats boom and zoom? Whats energy fighting? How do I get these pesky little shits off of my slow German love machines? Sexy I-15bis DM pics