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WZ-131 Equipment ?

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CharlesDraconian #1 Posted Jul 16 2013 - 14:55


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Hi ppl. Which equipment do you suggest  for my WZ-131. Currently I have Coated Optics and  Improved Ventilation. I think i should buy the Vertical Stabilazer, but im no sure if i should change my Improved ventilation  for Tank Gun Rammer to reload faster.

What do u think?

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IcedTeaWithNoIce #2 Posted Jul 16 2013 - 15:00


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http://wiki.worldoftanks.com/WZ-131 The wiki suggests a medium caliber gun rammer

HellscytheDelusion #3 Posted Jul 16 2013 - 15:13


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If you want the fast reload, go with the rammer. Keep the stabilizer, reduced aim time makes carouseling and sniping so muh easier. Depending on your crew and how actively you either scout or engage, the choice between vents or optics is a personal preference to make.

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StandardToast #5 Posted Jul 16 2013 - 15:20

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I would run it with: Optics, rammer, and vertical stabilizer. I ran that setup when I had my WZ-131.

RRR3 #6 Posted Jul 16 2013 - 15:46


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I use rammer, stabilizers, and improved ventilation

Mikosah #7 Posted Jul 25 2013 - 07:08


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Depends exactly what you're trying to specialize for. The typical thing to do is treat it like a flanking medium, and use vents, stabilizer, and rammer. The alternative is the active scouting role, for which you could use vents, optics, and upgraded suspension. A number of hybrid builds are also possible, depending on exactly what you're willing to sacrifice. The only trouble is that doing so muddles up your ideal tactics. But just about any choice can be justified so long as you treat the vehicle accordingly.

karl_eller #8 Posted Jul 30 2013 - 02:45

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Rammer, V.Stab and Coated Optics for me. It gives the best all-round combination of scouting and gun play that makes the WZ-131 shine. Scout and flank early game, with an emphasis on staying alive, and then mid- to late-game when holes start appearing in enemy lines is when you become a real horror, popping up behind enemy tanks to distract and do damage while they're engaging friendlies, and then disappearing as soon as they turn their attention on you.

Tokamak_Raven #9 Posted Aug 05 2013 - 10:00


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I run optics, vent, and vstab. I could be doing it wrong though, so who knows.

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