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why wargaming physics can kiss my ever luving [edited]


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Griffon327327 #1 Posted Aug 11 2017 - 05:26

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you get tracked in a heavy tank you STOP

 

you get tracked in a medium tank you STOP

 

tracked in an arty you STOP

 

if you get tracked in a light tank or a fast TD with no god dang turret you don't stop .... you spin the  !!@@##$%$ out .. just stop accelerating in a td no turret or a scout and you spin out and it is always and I do mean always spinning out to the left ..so if you see any enemy in a scout don't slow down or stop if you do you will spin to the left in a skid and gun will face away from target and this exposes you very large side to enemy ... except possibly this doesnt happen if your in a Russian tank



Griffon327327 #2 Posted Aug 11 2017 - 05:28

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luv how wargaming edited the word A.R,S....E ??? is dang and nabbit also swear words in russian ? I know saying in a russian bar the phrase were out of vodka is an offense that carrys a ten year sentence.

Kamahl1234 #3 Posted Aug 11 2017 - 05:42

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It's almost like inertia is a thing or something. Anything fast you spin in some form. 

Shortcult #4 Posted Aug 11 2017 - 06:24

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Russian tanks do not obey the laws of physics.

 

Are they even laws then?



Scorpiany #5 Posted Aug 11 2017 - 06:38

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If you're travelling fast enough in a heavy / medium / TD, you will still spin out. The more momentum the tank has, the more the tank will spin from getting tracked. It's not just light tanks by any means... And it makes sense for it to happen too.




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