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fritz3d #41 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 04:26

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View PostBean223, on Jul 24 2011 - 04:04, said:

At the end of this battle he got 13k exp and 413000k credits............

Is that because its a test server??

Of course.

Locrano #42 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 05:24

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Does someone have a screenshot of an E-75 right next to a Tiger II?

Also is it viable to stop at tier 9 for CW?

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View PostLocrano, on Jul 24 2011 - 05:24, said:

Also is it viable to stop at tier 9 for CW?

I'd like to know this as well, as I'm getting scared that the E-100 is turning out to be a mess.  But the E-75 is turning out to be an excellent T9, holding it's own with IS4s.

Did some digging and here's the UI that people were asking for, sorry though, it's all in RU:
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WarStore #44 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 05:47

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Did somebody ask for skin?
http://savepic.net/1647473.jpg

Azrou #45 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 05:54

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The HP over target mod is called OverTargetMarkers.  You can get it as part of nTx here: http://forum.worldof...s-major-update/

Standalone file is here: http://uploaded.to/file/vvlv8ie4

RolandVH #46 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 14:14

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View PostDrseckzytime, on Jul 23 2011 - 20:47, said:


1. New map looks cool.

2. New tank looks AWESOME.

KillingMeSoftly #47 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 14:47

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E-75 is turning out to be beast.  Can't wait.

Foksuh #48 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 14:59

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Supercharger in use in the video aswell I think?
This is the tank I've been waiting for and it seems to be just the sort of thing I hoped it to be.. Im not gonna bother with VK45.. but E-75... ohhh boy.

Gochtune #49 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 15:08

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View PostKillingMeSoftly, on Jul 24 2011 - 14:47, said:

E-75 is turning out to be beast.  Can't wait.

I have to get that beast.
Ow yeah!

At least I got enough exp for it.

LGear #50 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 15:27

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Having played a few games in my test server E-75 (just enough to fully upgrade it), I must say it puts the Tiger II to shame in... EVERYTHING, from armor to mobility and weapons. With max engine and supercharger you can actually keep pace with a Tiger II uphill and at times even outrun it, which the VK4502 Ausf.B can only dream of. I need to play more games with it, but I really, really like it. Might even get one on my main NA account once this thing's over  B)

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"Supercharger" is a timed consumable though, what's the tank like without it up hills, flats, and scoot'n'shoot driving?

Pudelhund #52 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 16:00

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View PostLocrano, on Jul 24 2011 - 05:24, said:

Also is it viable to stop at tier 9 for CW?

For heavies, no.

BlackAngelCom #53 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 16:06

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View PostLocrano, on Jul 24 2011 - 05:24, said:

Does someone have a screenshot of an E-75 right next to a Tiger II?

Also is it viable to stop at tier 9 for CW?

Competitive CW cookie cutter:

Heavy - Maus
Medium - IS-7
Light/Scout - T-54 or Patton
TD - T30 or T95 depending on map
Arty - GW Panthers with optional battleship cannon on tracks.

coylter #54 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 16:11

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View PostBlackAngelCom, on Jul 24 2011 - 16:06, said:

Competitive CW cookie cutter:

Heavy - Maus
Medium - IS-7
Light/Scout - T-54 or Patton
TD - T30 or T95 depending on map
Arty - GW Panthers with optional battleship cannon on tracks.


No one uses GW panthers in CW.

LGear #55 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 16:19

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View PostDrseckzytime, on Jul 24 2011 - 15:51, said:

"Supercharger" is a timed consumable though, what's the tank like without it up hills, flats, and scoot'n'shoot driving?

It handles pretty much like a Tiger II as far as mobility goes, in fact they're almost identical in handling except for the unnoticeable -1 hull traverse, and the E-75 has a 2kph higher max speed. Even with just the Maybach 234 870hp engine it handles rather well for something its size. To be fair I haven't driven the E-75 stock, but fully upgraded it can run rings around a VK4502 Ausf.B anyday. Knowing that the Supercharger is a timed consumable, I only ever use it for those uphill climbs that I know will be trouble, like Malinovka's hill or El Halluf.

Also recently got into the habit of combining my Supercharger with some high-octane gas (I've never encountered a fire in my E-75, and my crew has high firefighting skills), which makes the E-75 even more terrifying.

KillingMeSoftly #56 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 16:21

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How does the Supercharger work?  Is it consumed on use and last a certain amount of time?  Once per battle?  Or is there a "cool down" time before you can use it again?  About how much speed in practice does it add?

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View PostKillingMeSoftly, on Jul 24 2011 - 16:21, said:

How does the Supercharger work?  Is it consumed on use and last a certain amount of time?  Once per battle?  Or is there a "cool down" time before you can use it again?  About how much speed in practice does it add?

It's a consumable you have to activate to use (like Repair kits and fire extinguishers), and once you do it'll last for 60 seconds in battle until it runs down. The Supercharger doesn't increase speed, it simply enhances engine power by 15%, which translates to better acceleration and decreased loss of speed during uphill climbs or bumps.

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I never noticed in all the battles I had due to my grinding spree, but the Supercharger is never actually "consumed" in battle. Just got out of a battle where I used the Supercharger at the first instance just to check it out, and when I got out the only consumable I had to pay for was the high-octane gas that was consumed. It actually stays in your tank even when you use it, which means that you only ever pay a 5000 credit fee to get one, and then you'll have it forever.

FaustianQ #58 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 17:06

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wait, how exactly is the maneuverability on the E-75? I mean, it's starting to sound like CW material without even being T10 - potentially as a IS7 substitute. Best armor of it's tier, a good T10 gun, and sounds really mobile with the right setup.

LGear #59 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 17:12

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View PostFaustianQ, on Jul 24 2011 - 17:06, said:

wait, how exactly is the maneuverability on the E-75? I mean, it's starting to sound like CW material without even being T10 - potentially as a IS7 substitute. Best armor of it's tier, a good T10 gun, and sounds really mobile with the right setup.

As I mentioned, if you know the level of maneuverability that a fully-upgraded Tiger II has (without consumables), then the fully-upgraded E-75 is practically the exact same. Well, from my experience driving it anyhow.

Foksuh #60 Posted Jul 24 2011 - 17:43

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So basicly its like the removed speed governor on Russian vehicles. Well, it should be useful on those maps with a lot of hills, or if youre in a hurry back to base or such.




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