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Wyldcardz #1 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 16:08

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Heres something i found & modified to suit what i needed it for, i did not completely create this i just modified it for WoT.....

 

 



Doc_Ebs #2 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 16:18

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Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.

Yogrumbles #3 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 16:31

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View PostDoc_Ebs, on Feb 11 2017 - 16:18, said:

Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.

 

Agreed.  But if you are aiming the ad for US publications and social media, they are more recognizable by many people who are not already in this game or other WW II games.

 



RAF_Recovery #4 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 17:21

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View PostDoc_Ebs, on Feb 11 2017 - 10:18, said:

Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.

 

Thats like saying all flies are not flies.

Pipinghot #5 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 18:14

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View PostDoc_Ebs, on Feb 11 2017 - 10:18, said:

Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.

Brilliant observation, you just saved Wargaming from making a horrible mistake.

 

I mean, it's too bad we live in a world where it's simply not possible for posters and advertisements to also be made for other countries and languages. Yes, the universe is a cruel place, forcing people of planet earth to only make a single advertisement that has to apply to every human being at once. If only we could have evolved the ability to make different adds for different people. Yes, a terrible situation indeed.



Errants #6 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 18:25

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View PostRAF_Recovery, on Feb 11 2017 - 10:21, said:

View PostDoc_Ebs, on Feb 11 2017 - 09:18, said:

Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.
Thats like saying all flies are not flies.

 

No, that's like saying not all flies are native to the United States, and not all United States flies are fruit flies.

 

However, WG already has a history of "utilizing" IP from other sources...  no need for them to copy-pasta more.  (Ref. Leo 1 wallpaper shenanigans)



Wyldcardz #7 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 19:11

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View PostDoc_Ebs, on Feb 11 2017 - 15:18, said:

Not all tanks are U.S. and not all U.S. tanks were Army.

 

Ok but what does that have to do with what i posted? I didnt say anyof that i just picked a tank out for it & used it....

Edited by Wyldcardz, Feb 11 2017 - 19:15.


Wyldcardz #8 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 19:21

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View PostYogrumbles, on Feb 11 2017 - 15:31, said:

 

Agreed.  But if you are aiming the ad for US publications and social media, they are more recognizable by many people who are not already in this game or other WW II games.

 

 

Thank you grumbles...

Wyldcardz #9 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 19:23

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View PostRAF_Recovery, on Feb 11 2017 - 16:21, said:

 

Thats like saying all flies are not flies.

 

 

 



Wyldcardz #10 Posted Feb 11 2017 - 20:39

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Here i made a kinna- International version for you who complained, it even has a generic tank w/flags........

 

 

 

 


Edited by Wyldcardz, Feb 11 2017 - 23:21.





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