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Best Tier VIII Premium Medium Tank

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Poll: Best Tier VIII Premium Medium Tank (33 members have cast votes)

Best Premium Medium

  1. Panzer Mutz (11 votes [33.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 33.33%

  2. M46 Patton KR (3 votes [9.09%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.09%

  3. T-34-3 (5 votes [15.15%])

    Percentage of vote: 15.15%

  4. T-54 First Prototype (3 votes [9.09%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.09%

  5. AMX CDC (7 votes [21.21%])

    Percentage of vote: 21.21%

  6. Panzer 8,8 (1 vote [3.03%])

    Percentage of vote: 3.03%

  7. T26E4 Super Pershing (3 votes [9.09%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.09%

  8. STA-2 (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

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ThLep #1 Posted Feb 29 2016 - 03:33


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Hello all the premium medium drivers, what is your favourite t8 premium medium and what is your playstyle in it that makes the tanks' strength really shine? I understand they are all great money makers even with consistent losses, is that correct?

Edited by ThLep, Mar 01 2016 - 02:31.

Medessec #2 Posted Feb 29 2016 - 03:52


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I personally find the Mutz to be the most fun and the best performing.


The T-34-3 would be my runner up, I also own a Type 59 but that's not particularly fair to the normal tanker crowd... so I can't fork that election in.

donalson99 #3 Posted Feb 29 2016 - 04:04


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of that list I have



t-54 prot



I'm a light/MT player, for the overall best tank for ME it's between the CDC and mutz... I haven't played the CDC over the last month much but I think when push comes to shove the mutz will win out for the the minor bit of armor advantage and gun handling over the CDC... I also have the FCM and while the FCM does get prem MM which is a huge help I still make better credits with the CDC (slightly more) and overall prefer to have the camo and mobility bonus the CDC gives over the FCMs prem MM and bit of armor.


- for me the t-54 prot is just a fun platoon tank, it can bully a good bit but the mobility and gun kills it for me when playing solo... I also don't make that great of credits with it compared to most of my other tier8 prem tanks.


- and for the t-34-3... it's a very fun tank IMHO... I'm not a huge fan of HTs but with this one you do get to enjoy the alpha you get from the 122mm guns... there are far better tanks overall but sometimes you need a change of pace...


- and played enough games in the patton KR to comment... this tank didn't jive with me... it's prob a mix of the speed compared to the mutz and the slow shell speed... 


I don't have the pz88 or super P, the super P might be bought some day just for lolz when I have some spare tourney gold... it's freaking cheap for what it is... the pz 88 I don't ever see a reason to have it... the only thing it has over the mutz IMHO is that it trains a radio operator...

Zhoyzu #4 Posted Feb 29 2016 - 05:00


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i feel like i should buy the mutz. but im too new to enjoy it and need to resist the urge. hopefully it comes around when im more equipped to handle it

ThLep #5 Posted Mar 01 2016 - 02:33


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Thanks for the info guys, seem like the mutz is my tank. Anyways, sorry for forgetting the STA-2 just in case someone likes them.

Furkin_Tonkin #6 Posted Mar 06 2016 - 01:44


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Really depends on the play style you like.

For example the super pershing and AMX CDC play pretty much completely the opposite.

If you like to be able to take a few hits and bounce some shots then Super persh is good.

If you prefer sniping, flanking and great mobility then the CDC is better.

Just an example, as it really depends on what your expecting from a med...

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