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lukie117 #1 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:04

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Just got T95 as my first tier 9 and I think I like the T28 a lot better. Can anyone give me tips on how to use the T95 is it supposed to be a sniper or a support tank? The 305mm of armor doesnt really work out so well got penned every time by a T57 and a jagdtiger from the front. I find it doesnt take as much arty damage as the T28 though so thats a plus.

Mcmolenation #2 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:14

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Your doing it wrong.

Step 1: Full repair should be your first skill, along with a toolbox for a quick track repair, this really helps because the goal of this tank is to take the shots and not to get flanked whilst dishing out the big damage with the 155 to the faces of the enemy.

Step 2: "Angle", You have very nice side armor as-well 305 mm of armor is a lot, but its not going to do very much when you don't angle it and wiggle the tank to avoid the hatches on the tank to pen easily hit.

Step 3: Know your arty safe locations, setting up in one of these spots and you can almost single-handily hold a whole flank.

Step 4: Reap the benefits

lukie117 #3 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:26

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Im doing it wrong? I guess people don't know the meaning of manners these days.

Ausrotten #4 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:34

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he just gave you great advice on how to use that tank and thats how you respond? wtf bro...

No19 #5 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:41

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yep what he said above is what you need to do and he didn't mean any harm when he said your doing it wrong , but if thats how you will answer someone thats trying to help then no one will give any advise Just saying.

Balsafer #6 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 07:56

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Clutch breaking skill is your friend.. Get it right after you max skill for repair.

QJW #7 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 08:01

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View Postlukie117, on Feb 11 2013 - 07:26, said:

Im doing it wrong? I guess people don't know the meaning of manners these days.
He just told you how to do it right.  :Smile_sceptic:

mechvet #8 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 08:29

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View Postlukie117, on Feb 11 2013 - 07:26, said:

Im doing it wrong? I guess people don't know the meaning of manners these days.

Im gonna go out with the whole advice thingy here.....you, a 46% winrate and 800ish efficiency player ask for help.  He, a 55% winrate and 1300-1800ish effiency player gives you SOUND TACTICAL advice on how to play the tank you are asking about, and you rip him?  Dude, you have only played that tank for 26 matches, 15 of which are wins.  Every thing that was said about the tank is true, quit with the negativity and open your mind to constructive criticism because after all, YOU ASKED FOR HELP!

soluuloi #9 Posted Feb 11 2013 - 14:19

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View Postlukie117, on Feb 11 2013 - 07:26, said:

Im doing it wrong? I guess people don't know the meaning of manners these days.
Ironic, ironic....