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New years res of being apart of a WOT community

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Ah, so this is my HELLO (song plays), I'm TJ and I'm working on fixing my stats from my first 14k battles of not caring and getting annoyed and saying my team is horrid even if I was the worst on the team :P also I'm a LT specialist with a good knowledge of most classes (playing since 2011).

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Your New Years res was to join this forum? You don't know what you're getting yourself into. :pumpkinfish:

mmm sounds fun ;)

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might also be looking for tips for rerolling..

 

(my definition of success for my reroll will be dark green cause im orange with a recent green)

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might also be looking for tips for rerolling..

 

(my definition of success for my reroll will be dark green cause im orange with a recent green)

Dont reroll. Xvm camo is great as well as you have four years of work grinding tanks and crews on that account. Dont worry about stats, chasing numbers wont make you better and it will only frustrate you in the long run. Have fun getting better at the game and learning to use the mechanics of the game to your advantage.

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Dont reroll. Xvm camo is great as well as you have four years of work grinding tanks and crews on that account. Dont worry about stats, chasing numbers wont make you better and it will only frustrate you in the long run. Have fun getting better at the game and learning to use the mechanics of the game to your advantage.

Chasing stats will make you better, and many people enjoy it despite the frustrations.

It's probably bad when people only play the game for stats (rerolls), but there is no evidence to say that chasing numbers will frustrate you in the long run.

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Chasing stats will make you better, and many people enjoy it despite the frustrations.

It's probably bad when people only play the game for stats (rerolls), but there is no evidence to say that chasing numbers will frustrate you in the long run.

Many times people chase wn8 and not winrate. They might pull high damage numbers but they dont learn how to win games. They learn how to pad, not how to win and they are just as worthless to have as a 44% player when the game gets close.

Have you read these forums like ever? No maybe there isnt data compiled for what I am saying and I havent noticed much of it in the past month, but there have been quite a few people here who chased numbers for a while, most of which arent here now, that started hating the game when they started chasing numbers. Even I tried chasing numbers for a bit and it just made me miserable. Maybe it works for some people, but not for everyone.

Also there is a difference between chasing numbers and setting goals.

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