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VonStryker #1 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:25

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Ok today i had a match where i used my T110 and there was this IS7 on my team that got roflstomped by an enemy t110, after he got killed he cried over how OP the new
Tier X US heavy, and needless to say, he got made fun of and he continued to insist
That it was


Now has anyone seen any player cry over how OP the t110 is? Just curious to see if anyone else have seen this

Mankoi #2 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:28

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It is Op .

kllp101 #3 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:39

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I wouldn't say its necessarily OP, but I will say it might be the contestant for the king of pub matches. High Rof and decent sloping + high pen gun makes killing tier 9s and below quite easy. Vs tier tens and thats where the challenge begins. It may be the king of pubs, but still far ways off from the king of CWs :Smile_honoring:

Zippit #4 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:40

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Just because its a US heavy that can finally take a beating. ^_^

Social_really_heckin #5 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:40

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View Postkllp101, on Apr 01 2012 - 00:39, said:

I wouldn't say its necessarily OP, but I will say it might be the contestant for the king of pub matches. High Rof and decent sloping + high pen gun makes killing tier 9s and below quite easy. Vs tier tens and thats where the challenge begins. It may be the king of pubs, but still far ways off from the king of CWs :Smile_honoring:
I agree.

1o48 #6 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:41

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you know what, we've suffered so long through the T30 that it feels AWESOME to hear people call T110 OP. It just feels like we can finally stick it to them russians. (hope the devs don't read this or they'll nerf it :P)

ksix #7 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:53

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give it a week or two for everyone to learn to not shoot the only armored spot on the front.

Shivus #8 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:55

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I wouldn't take what an IS7 has to say seriously.  An IS4 or E75 on the other hand...

It's just nice that the American line has a good Tier 10 heavy.  Calling it OP is more of a knee jerk reaction because they've known how to deal with T30's since beta, and have to develop new tactics to deal with new tanks, a novel concept.

DrDeus #9 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 00:57

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Only reason it seems op right now is because most people are too stupid to aim for the tumor or the lower glacis, or flank it. I've already had numerous tier 9 and 10 tanks bounce off my upper glacis over and over until I kill them cause theyre too stupid to figure out where to shoot it. Give it a week or two, and the bads will figure it out and the tank will become far more average.

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View Postkllp101, on Apr 01 2012 - 00:39, said:

I wouldn't say its necessarily OP, but I will say it might be the contestant for the king of pub matches. High Rof and decent sloping + high pen gun makes killing tier 9s and below quite easy. Vs tier tens and thats where the challenge begins. It may be the king of pubs, but still far ways off from the king of CWs :Smile_honoring:


I was playing my T110 the other day and was going 1 on 1 against a Maus and we went back and forth for awhile and was a bit of a pain in the ass because of how many times i had to shoot it due to my low Alpha damage, I actually ran out of APs and had to resort to HE to kill the maus (probably put about 15 APs into him a couple of them bounced  :unsure: ) But i will say i did not get out of there unscathed and it was a pretty tough fight. So these things are not over powered i would say its the person behind the tank that makes it OP.

Vitreal #11 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 18:26

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at a distance the tank is a crapshoot to hit reliably at a weak point. its filled with might and might nots on pen. even with careful aim. sub 100m knowledge of weakpoints comes into heavy play. that's a lot better than easy pen hulls. its like shooting at the black keys on a piano. easy up close. no gaurantee at distance.

VooDooPC #12 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 18:44

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I saw this post on the Russian heavy forum and I think it really nailed it:

View Postpanzerwagoneer, on Apr 01 2012 - 03:54, said:

It [IS-7] really doesn't need a buff. The reason why T110 players have been eating you up is they have been playing UP tanks so long they figured out how to hone into any strength they can and then ruthlessly exploit it. Driving UP tanks for so long makes for good tankers, there is no going around it. It teaches you how to be sneaky, it teaches you to be patient, to work with others. IS-7 players have been spoiled by its armor and all around versatility, now that they are playing against players who KNOW their shit they are finding it a lot harder to be top dog. The thing is the T30 was gimped in its gun performance too much to be a threat to an average IS-7. RNG loved making T30 players miss or bounce, and it didn't have the hull armor to fend off lower tiered tanks which made the T30 so much more vulnerable to many more people on the enemy team. The T110, while suffering form the inability to hull down anymore, is a lot better rounded of a tank and that's what the T110 players have been using to their advantage. IS-7 players it might be time you figured out that you are no longer the bad ass who can go off alone and expect victory, good T110 players don't do it, neither should you.

We are too good for our own good.

snoodles #13 Posted Apr 01 2012 - 19:00

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View PostVooDooPC, on Apr 01 2012 - 18:44, said:

I saw this post on the Russian heavy forum and I think it really nailed it:



We are too good for our own good.




haha i love that guy now

guywitn0life #14 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 03:39

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View PostVooDooPC, on Apr 01 2012 - 18:44, said:

I saw this post on the Russian heavy forum and I think it really nailed it:



We are too good for our own good.

This has been true for a long, long time. Look at the win ratios of the Pershing and Patton. Are they statistically better then their Russian and German peers? No, they're not. But they're played by people who are used to being the under-dog and who have learned to exploit strengths to their maximum and minimize exposure of their weaknesses. That alone is why Pershing and Patton excel. And that's the reason the T110 will continue to do well despite it's glaring weaknesses.

Rosh87 #15 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 04:34

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Yeah I had a game on Fjords Map where we ended up winning by 4-5 tanks (remaining), versus enemy team wipeout.

During the heat of the fighting, me (in T110) and two King Tigers, hit an enemy IS-7 on the South Road that curves around and leads to the bottom part of the town.  He had an E-50 with him, that we took out, losing one of the King Tigers to the combined fire of it and the enemy IS-7 guarding.

I hit the IS-7 several times in the side as he moved out of cover to pop the first KT.   Then me and the second KT rushed him from front / right side (trying to get around his flank).  I was able to partially do so, and put 3-4 shots into his side / rear, destroying him (he still damaged me for about 900+ with two hits to my flank as I did this maneuver).


After destroying him, I announced to the enemy team, "Scratch one IS-7 !"  


This must have hit a nerve.  He replied (to everyone):  "Shut up !! Your tank is so good.  Awaiting nerft !!"    -  :Smile_great:

Catatonick #16 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 05:04

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The best part about the T110 is that there are so many people who are just comically bad with it that the people who are actually decent will not really have to worry too much about a nerf.  I have not had that hard of a time killing them on my M103 so far but I shoot for the hatch or side which most T110 drivers seem to forget about...

Gyarados #17 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 05:22

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It's only "OP" from the front. Engage any other direction and you can take a T110E5 on no problem. It's just a good tank, for once.

mdphotographer #18 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 05:46

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If the T110 is so OP why was a M6 able to kill me with a side shot while I was engaging a Maus? Name me another T10 heavy a M6 can kill lol

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View Postmdphotographer, on Apr 02 2012 - 05:46, said:

If the T110 is so OP why was a M6 able to kill me with a side shot while I was engaging a Maus? Name me another T10 heavy a M6 can kill lol

50B

zap123 #20 Posted Apr 02 2012 - 05:55

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Probably also an IS-7 if he shoots just above the tracks.




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