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jsnazz #41 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 03:48

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View PostEmbiggener, on Aug 07 2013 - 03:42, said:

Your win rate, average damage, and kill counts in low tier battles sucks.  You're somewhere in-between a competent seal clubber and a noob.
I get that a lot from none factors but when I show em this, they all got mad and start tossing insults and denials.

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Cruiser III
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BT-2
MiniMaus

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M2D2 #43 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 04:07

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View Postjsnazz, on Aug 07 2013 - 03:29, said:

Like you said "the power of scouting" that eventually lead my team to victory against one of the best clan.
So basically everything you described on the above was already achieved to an even greater extend :P
Edit: I have couple of amazing screen shots, why choose only 1?
Stop lying.  You did not spot for them.  Your xp is horrendously bad in that screen shot.  You were 5th from last.  That means 10 people got more xp than you did.  Considering you did 1k dmg and you would also have gotten some xp from spotting, I'm going to have to call BS on your statement.

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jsnazz #44 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 04:37

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View PostM2D2, on Aug 07 2013 - 04:07, said:

Stop lying.  You did not spot for them.  Your xp is horrendously bad in that screen shot.  You were 5th from last.  That means 10 people got more xp than you did.  Considering you did 1k dmg and you would also have gotten some xp from spotting, I'm going to have to call BS on your statement.
That's what being a passive scout is all about. I sacrifice damage for spotting damage and it fit the description if I scout on MY line against that particular platoon and help won the match.
You can always try beating a Havok or -G- platoon but I doubt you can do that in your life time. I know I did it under 60 battles on my first tier 7 tank :p

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View Postjsnazz, on Aug 07 2013 - 04:37, said:

That's what being a passive scout is all about. I sacrifice damage for spotting damage and it fit the description if I scout on MY line against that particular platoon and help won the match.
You can always try beating a Havok or -G- platoon but I doubt you can do that in your life time. I know I did it under 60 battles on my first tier 7 tank :p

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I.e post an image of your massive amount of spotting damage

M2D2 #46 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 14:02

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View Postjsnazz, on Aug 07 2013 - 04:37, said:

That's what being a passive scout is all about. I sacrifice damage for spotting damage and it fit the description if I scout on MY line against that particular platoon and help won the match.
You can always try beating a Havok or -G- platoon but I doubt you can do that in your life time. I know I did it under 60 battles on my first tier 7 tank :p

Fail again.  Your screen shot reveals you getting basically no experience for scouting.  There are people with 50% or less of your dmg getting more xp than you.  You did nothing in that battles except take a few shots of opportunity against targets someone else lit up.

Keep making excuses.  Unfortunately for you I know how the xp in the game works.  Your team in that match would have won even if you were not present at all.  You were the non-factor.

mackinawjim45 #47 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 14:22

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pzII, t18, t2, my t2 med is bitchin too.

starting to like the LPT also. im still fuguring it out but its tough as hell unlike most of the other freebies they give us.

Metapocalypse #48 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 16:11

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View PostQuesnel, on Aug 07 2013 - 00:23, said:

Call me curious Jsnazz, why haven't you played recently? Not at all curious about the tier 3 LTP?
He has beenhiding from Garbad and the MS-1 challange

Tolos #49 Posted Aug 07 2013 - 16:12

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View PostAlecdent, on Aug 06 2013 - 23:13, said:

Tetrarch.
T18.
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Who cares, its tier 2.

M2D2 #50 Posted Aug 08 2013 - 00:43

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View PostTolos, on Aug 07 2013 - 16:12, said:

Who cares, its tier 2.
Because high tier battles are boring attrition based combat.  The time it takes to kill one tier 10 you could mopped up half the enemy team in a tier 2 fight.  Surprise someone in a tier 10 fight?  So what, you just nailed a whole 1/6 of his life and no he simply takes 8 seconds to lumber his slow butt around to face you and you and him get to exchange shots for the next 3 mins waiting for someone to die.
Tier 2 is far more unforgiving for letting someone get beside or behind you.  Someone gets the drop on you in tier 2 and you're lucky if you can even get a single shot off at them before you die.
(NOTE: I'm not saying win rates and other stats are directly comparable.  The main reason is you are basically fighting 4-6 enemies instead of 12-15 in the higher tiers.  Therefore good people can get higher win rates not because they're always facing new players, but because they're only fighting 4-6 fully maxed out enemy tanks per fight instead of 12-15.  It's also not the skilless seal-clubbing that the WoT snobs like to pretend it is.)

Edited by M2D2, Aug 08 2013 - 00:54.


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Best med sniper: Cruiser III with the tier3 gun.
Best long range sniper: T-18 with non derp.
Best brawler: Cruiser III with pom pom.
Best mobile sniper: Teterarch
Best firesupporter: T-18 with derp.
Best scout: BT-2
Best damage sponge: H-35, if not mini maus.

TK3600 #52 Posted Aug 08 2013 - 01:01

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Guys, stop negging jsnazz. He is the expert!  :trollface:

BlindJasper #53 Posted Aug 08 2013 - 01:18

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The cruiser with the Pom Pom gets my vote, so OP.  Well not really OP but when you consider player skill level at these tiers it is.  You will find soooo many peeps that try to trade with you, and dont understand you can trade 3 or 4 for 1.
BUT it sucks for range as im pretty sure the pom pom is one of those guns that the shells disappear after a set amount of distance traveled, although that distance is pretty far.  There will be tanks that are lit at LONG range that you should be able to hit as far as accuracy goes but the shells dont hit.
Also I assume a platoon is downright unfair against nubs, as when i see a cruiser i ask if he has the pom pom, if affirmative i tell him to follow me and we face roll. NO SKILL INVOLVED.

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View Postjsnazz, on Aug 07 2013 - 04:37, said:

That's what being a passive scout is all about. I sacrifice damage for spotting damage and it fit the description if I scout on MY line against that particular platoon and help won the match.
You can always try beating a Havok or -G- platoon but I doubt you can do that in your life time. I know I did it under 60 battles on my first tier 7 tank :p

I've beaten at least two Havok platoons in my IS-3, and it's still not even at 100 games (I don't think).

Unlike you, I'm not going to pretend that I was God's Great Gift to my team, and savior of the battle (though I was top damage, others got more kills/exp). Havok and -G- players are just mortal humans, who have bad games sometimes. Which is obvious, because if you have beaten them, the only logical reason is that they're having a bad game.

Kuroth_ #55 Posted Aug 08 2013 - 02:31

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View Postjsnazz, on Aug 07 2013 - 03:48, said:

I get that a lot from none factors but when I show em this, they all got mad and start tossing insults and denials.

Anybody can have a good game. I have a game with over 2,100 base experience in my KV-2, that doesn't make me a tier 6 tanker god.

If I consistently, and I mean VERY frequently, was able to do that then yeah, that is amazing. But I can't, and you can't duplicate those results very often either. I don't understand how your perception of yourself is so incredibly inflated (unless it's all an elaborate trolling act, in which case, bravo), but in reality you're just a slightly better seal clubber than your average seal clubber. Hardly worth bragging about.

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View PostM2D2, on Aug 08 2013 - 00:43, said:

Because high tier battles are boring attrition based combat.  The time it takes to kill one tier 10 you could mopped up half the enemy team in a tier 2 fight.  Surprise someone in a tier 10 fight?  So what, you just nailed a whole 1/6 of his life and no he simply takes 8 seconds to lumber his slow butt around to face you and you and him get to exchange shots for the next 3 mins waiting for someone to die.
Tier 2 is far more unforgiving for letting someone get beside or behind you.  Someone gets the drop on you in tier 2 and you're lucky if you can even get a single shot off at them before you die.
(NOTE: I'm not saying win rates and other stats are directly comparable.  The main reason is you are basically fighting 4-6 enemies instead of 12-15 in the higher tiers.  Therefore good people can get higher win rates not because they're always facing new players, but because they're only fighting 4-6 fully maxed out enemy tanks per fight instead of 12-15.  It's also not the skilless seal-clubbing that the WoT snobs like to pretend it is.)

Rofl........oh...you're not joking ?.....oh dear

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View PostTolos, on Aug 08 2013 - 14:22, said:

Rofl........oh...you're not joking ?.....oh dear
Really?  Tell me which part of my post isn't true.
High tier battles attrition based - check
Low tier battles being flanked is far more deadly - check
4-6 maxed tanks with at or near 100% crews per team - check (though with the LTP coming out, this actually lowered the average temporarily as everyone had fewer battles in that tank, so it's between 2-5 until the LTP craze passes or the people who stick with that tank get 50+ battles in it.)

Edited by M2D2, Aug 10 2013 - 02:47.


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Lol at the high tier pubbie fight defenders. Yes, pubbie fight.

High tier in clan wars and generally in tank companys means an even and fun fight.

High tiers in pubbieland means window licker teams and getting rolled by the mm who decided that your window licker team was up to the task of taking on two or even three at times unicum troll platoons.

Hell even one decent platoon on the other side of a top tier match is typically game over no matter how awesome you are personally at tanks.

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if we can get back to teir 2 tanks, give me a t18 with derp and i can beat every other teir 2 tanks 4/5 times.

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The Cruiser III with that autoloader 40mm bofors is nasty. I can clip 90% of what I encounter.





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