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World_War_1_and_2 #1 Posted Jan 09 2019 - 19:36

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I have completed Light Tank Diploma, and exceeded by 3 more, so I did <Light Tank 101, 201, 301, and 401> 13 times for the Month that encompassed December, 2018 to January, 2019.

 

I completed many or most of my spots (including most -- or all (cannot remember) -- of the Light Tank 401 4-spots) on the maps Mines, Himmelsdorf, and Abbey.

 

When you attain the Light Tank Diploma, the system allows you to continue to repeat the <Light Tank 101,201,301,401> cycle as much as you can. So after completing the Light Tank Diploma by achieving 10 days of <Light Tank 101,201,301,401> cycles, I did another 3 cycles of it, making a total of 13 cycles.

 

And even before those 13 cycles, I was able to complete 3 cycles before that, for the previous Month November to December (I did not complete the required 10 cycles to get the Light Tank Diploma in that Month). And for this Month of January to February, I got 1 cycle done... So that makes a total of 17 cycles, all mostly on Abbey, Himmelsdorf, and Mines.

 

I can get spots for this Light Tank Diploma (which requires you NOT to be detected at least at the time when you spot the required amount of enemy vehicles) even on Himmelsdorf, BOTH North and South side. Himmelsdorf is a city... You just have to know the spotting mechanics, equip your tank right due to that knowledge, and preferably a fast tank (like the Russian light tank BT-2; I used the relatively slow Russian light tank T-60 in the beginning, but later changed to that BT-2 and the German Pz 1 C for Light Tank Diploma spotting work (The German Pz 1 C can see maps other than the "Three Beginners Maps", though)).

 

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ADDITIONAL INFO TO SUCCESSFULLY DO LIGHT TANK DIPLOMA: I just remembered something. You also need 6th Sense to be able to know if your enemy has spotted you or not. If you spotted the enemy, and Sixth Sense does not go off, that means the system will accept that spot. If Sixth Sense goes off -- 3 seconds after your spot -- that means the spot is not accepted by the system. Why? Your spot had to be undetected by your enemy, and because your Sixth Sense went off 3 seconds after that spot of yours, that means the enemy had detected you also when you spotted it. So, if Sixth Sense went off 3 seconds after your spot of the enemy, you failed for the WHOLE GAME. Therefore spend the rest of the game doing something else, because your spot will not be accepted as a spot for the Light Tank Diploma endeavor. Then try again next game.

 

This also means if you are on the next mission levels of Light Tank 201, Light Tank 301, or Light Tank 401, you MUST spot all the required enemy tanks WITHOUT EVER getting spotted during that time of endeavor to complete the mission. ONE EXCEPTION MAYBE: I do not know how to really go unspotted again. You hear that you go hide for 10 seconds or so, then you will become unspotted again. I have never tried that in any of my gameplay and known for sure I have done it successfully, so I do not know if the system would allow you to continue to keep on spotting all the rest of the enemies you have not done, after you go unspotted again.

 

So, leaving aside the going-unspotted-again situation which I do not really know if could work, just do what I did and try to spot all necessary enemies for whatever level you are trying to complete (101,201,301,401) without ever getting spotted (in other words, detected) during any of that time you are endeavoring to do so. How do you know they never detected you? Sixth Sense never ever went off during that time up to 3 seconds after your last necessary spot.

 

After you have spotted the necessary amount of enemies for the mission (1 for 101,2 for 201,3 for 301,4 for 401), you may allow yourself to be known to any enemy after that, during that same game, and you will NOT have forfeited your accomplished mission. For example, after you have spotted one enemy for mission 101, and three seconds after that Sixth Sense still did not go off, you know you have successfully completed mission 101, and you now can be seen/detected by any enemy for the rest of the game and still not forfeit that 101 mission accomplishment.

 

One more thing: you can try spotting for the Light Tank Diploma WITHOUT having Sixth Sense, but you will not be sure if it was an accepted spot or not for your Light Tank Diploma (accepted=enemy did not spot you also, when you spotted it) for the rest of that game. You will only know at the end of that game: if there was notice you completed the mission (101,201,301,or 401), you know it was (an) acceptable spot(s) for the Light Tank Diploma; if there was no notice of having completed the mission (101,201,301,401), you know you failed because somehow you were spotted by the enemy. But instead, if you have Sixth Sense, you know just three seconds after the spotting of yours, if it was (an) acceptable spot(s) or unacceptable spot(s) for the Light Tank Diploma, without having to wait until the end of the game to know.

 

NOW ABOUT CAMOUFLAGE: Hiding your whole tank in a bush is the best way to guarantee as many spots as you can get, because tanks can come into your spotting range from any direction, and if you have hidden your whole tank in a bush, you will not be detected from any of the directions they may come from. But the whole tank does not mean really the whole tank, because from learning about the locations of "Visibility Checkpoints" from a World of Tanks video, I know if my basically upper vertical half of the side of my tank which includes the whole turret, is coveredI have covered the Side "Visibility Checkpoint" of my tank -- I don't need to cover the basically lower vertical half of the side of my tank, because the Side "Visibility Checkpoint" is sort of located in the upper part of the side of my tank, which would include the whole turret. But if you don't know about the "Visibility Checkpoints" locations, you will have difficulty being sure you will not be detected. For anyone unsure about their "Visibility Checkpoints" locations, then just find a big enough bush to hide literally your whole light tank in (it would help even more if your light tank is relatively small so it could easily be literally wholly hidden -- like my Russian light tank T-60 was).

 

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Edited by World_War_1_and_2, Jan 15 2019 - 15:30.


World_War_1_and_2 #2 Posted Jan 17 2019 - 14:33

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13th time for December2018 for 10000 XP reward - WoT Client 2018-12-30 10_13_27 AM.jpg

 

13th time for December2018 for 10000 XP reward - WoT Client 2018-12-30 10_14_34 AM.jpg

 

Two images of proof of my 13 cycles in Light Tank 101.201,301,and 401 (after having attained my Light Tank Diploma with the 10th cycle) -- and to show a bit of the garage.

 

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Edited by World_War_1_and_2, Jan 17 2019 - 14:52.


World_War_1_and_2 #3 Posted Jan 28 2019 - 14:48

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> LOL. I did a google image search of this, with the quotation marks included:

 

"world_war_1_and_2"

 

> And got one image entry with the title:

 

Best players on T-60 | WoT Player

 

> I clicked it, chose this selection for PERIOD:

 

December 2018

 

> Results had me at #18 out of a total of 22 players listed. But I was the highest player for 'average damage assisted' with 46, meaning I was higher than all of the other players listed for that December 2018 period, for the 'average damage assisted' section! :D (The second highest player was 43, the third highest player was 41, the fourth highest player was 40)

 

Link to the chart: https://worldoftanks.com/en/ratings/vehicles/R42_T-60/#wot&w_ts=2018-12

 

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World_War_1_and_2 #4 Posted Jan 28 2019 - 16:34

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I had later abandoned the T-60 because I found it to be too slow in getting to certain spotting positions.

 

So I changed to these two tanks for simultaneous work in continuing my Light Tank Diploma endeavor: the Russian light tank BT-2 and German Pz 1 C. (I guess the change took place in December because my T-60 had the highest 'average damage assisted' then, meaning, I guess, it was still being used for spotting into December.)

 

I checked the Best Players for the BT-2 in the period of December 2018. I was ranked #40 in a total of 54 players in the list. But, again, I was highest in 'average damage assisted' with 63 for the period of December 2018. The second highest was 62, the third highest was 44, and the fourth highest was 42.

 

Link to chart for BT-2: https://worldoftanks.com/en/ratings/vehicles/R08_BT-2/#wot&w_ts=2018-12&w_p=2

 

As for the Pz 1 C, in the Best Players of Pz 1 C for December 2018, I was ranked #830 out of a total of 914 players. Here, my 'average damage assisted' was 110, and not even close to the highest. This 110 of mine was about, I guess, average compared to the highest players in that specific category ('average damage assisted' ).

 

My 'average damage assisted' is not high because I was never really good at spotting with the Pz 1 C (one exception out a couple of exceptions I could think right at this moment, is Redshire, where I know a place I can get many spots easily), because I did not know where to successfully spot on the many maps it was able to reach (as opposed to the BT-2 only being able to play on the "three beginner maps" of Abbey, Himmelsdorf, and Mines, where I knew how to successfully spot on them). Therefore, when my BT-2 had been destroyed in a game already, but the game was still on for the rest of the team, I returned to the garage and selected this Pz 1 C to do the Light Tank Diploma work while my BT-2 was unavailable.

 

Link to chart for Pz 1 C: https://worldoftanks.com/en/ratings/vehicles/G63_PzI_ausf_C/#wot&w_ts=2018-12&w_p=42

 

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Edited by World_War_1_and_2, Jan 30 2019 - 10:52.


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The premium tier 3 gift tank Russian T-116 is very good for scouting.

 

In my setup with my Commander and Driver from my Russian BT-2, it even is more powerful than my German Pz1C in concealment and almost as good in spotting range.

 

The T-116 is good for scouting also because of its good top speed of 60 km/h. As an added bonus, it's gun gives out an Average Damage per Shot of 47 HP.

 

In the past, because I did not want to buy any extra garage slot with more real money, I got rid of my T-60. Now, returning to World of Tanks after about 7 and 1/2 months away, I saw this T-116 gift tank in my garage. It is a grand replacement.

 

I give three photos of the present setups of my T-116 and Pz1C, where the above information I give comes from:

 

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Pz. 38 (t) n.a.

Go find a forward bush.

You'll have those LT missions done in no time.



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View Post3bagsfull, on Sep 06 2019 - 21:35, said:

Pz. 38 (t) n.a.

Go find a forward bush.

You'll have those LT missions done in no time.

 

Thanks for the info.

 

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SwollenOstrich #8 Posted Sep 09 2019 - 05:24

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I appreciate your tips and the time you spent on this thread.

 

However, I gotta say that the main benefit of these missions is not to get the certificate. 

 

The main reason is to earn that sweet 10,000 daily XP bonus towards your light tanks. 

 

If you focus on doing these missions at tiers 3 and lower, and on premium tanks to boot, you are wasting hundreds of thousands of XP that could be speeding you through some of the higher tier scouts. 

 

I unlocked every single tier 10 scout tank in the game using these missions (have completed LT 401 well over 100-200 times). (Not counting the recently released British line.)

 

Don't waste that XP!

 

 



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View PostSwollenOstrich, on Sep 08 2019 - 20:24, said:

I appreciate your tips and the time you spent on this thread.

 

However, I gotta say that the main benefit of these missions is not to get the certificate. 

 

The main reason is to earn that sweet 10,000 daily XP bonus towards your light tanks. 

 

If you focus on doing these missions at tiers 3 and lower, and on premium tanks to boot, you are wasting hundreds of thousands of XP that could be speeding you through some of the higher tier scouts. 

 

I unlocked every single tier 10 scout tank in the game using these missions (have completed LT 401 well over 100-200 times). (Not counting the recently released British line.)

 

Don't waste that XP!

 

 

 

Thanks for the info. I only play russian and german mainly with this account. And I move my Commander and Driver for free, back to my BT-2 when I want.

 

Now, on something else, but still about about experience. You can now buy it without ever working for it now. Buy 250,000 experience by "reading" a certain manual (there is nothing to read) for a crew for 2,000,000 silver, right? Or am I wrong?

 

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View PostWorld_War_1_and_2, on Sep 10 2019 - 22:00, said:

 

Thanks for the info. I only play russian and german mainly with this account. And I move my Commander and Driver for free, back to my BT-2 when I want.

 

Now, on something else, but still about about experience. You can now buy it without ever working for it now. Buy 250,000 experience by "reading" a certain manual (there is nothing to read) for a crew for 2,000,000 silver, right? Or am I wrong?

 

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You can buy Crew XP.

 

You cannot buy regular "tech-tree" XP.



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View PostSwollenOstrich, on Sep 12 2019 - 06:07, said:

You can buy Crew XP.

 

You cannot buy regular "tech-tree" XP.

 

Thanks for telling me this new info about the 2 000 000 silver credits buy.

 

I just thought of something while I was away from the internet for a day or so after posting my first reply to you:

 

Are you saying if I turned off Accelerated Crew Training for one of my non-premium light tanks -- 'non-premium' tanks meaning the normal tanks I bought and researched in the tech trees; as opposed to premium tanks which are either bought by me with real money, or gifted to me from Wargaming -- that there is 10,000 Tank Experience that goes to my non-premium light tank for use to research modules (or for researching the next tank, sometimes, right?), whenever I finish the last daily mission of spotting 4 enemy tanks?

 

If that is what you mean, then that would surely help me research much more quickly than the regular grind, modules and tanks to get to my first ever tier 10 light tank. Is this what you mean? I can test it out, by turning off Accelerated Crew Training on my Pz1C, and see if I get 10 000 Tank Experience for my Pz1C (or turn off that Accelerated Crew Training for whatever tank is the latest tank I have 'opened' in that same tech tree line with the PzC1, if the PzC1 is not the latest 'opened' tank in its tech tree line -- if so, I would have to do the spot 4 enemy tanks mission with that light tank instead of the PzC1 light tank, to get the 10 000 Tank Experience to help me speed up my quest for getting to my first ever tier 10 light tank).

 

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Update: I have gone the Russian A-20 light tank tech tree route (continuing of the Russian BT-2 and BT-7 light tank tech tree route), instead of the German Pz1C light tank tech tree route. The A-20 will eventually lead to the Tier 10 T-100 LT Elite Light Tank, if I go on this quest for my first Tier 10 light tank -- and the 10000 Tank Experience would surely help speed it up, if it is true what I imagined is what really happens when you turn off Accelerated Crew Training on the light tank you are doing the last mission of spotting 4 enemy tanks.

 

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Edited by World_War_1_and_2, Sep 13 2019 - 03:40.


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Light Tank 401 awards 10,000 regular XP upon completion to the tank that you used for that mission. Every day. That means you can grind a complete half a million XP line in 50 days, less than two months. 

 

Yes, turning off Accelerated crew training will show you that XP applied to that tank.

 

Keep in mind that you cannot even have Accelerated crew training turned on if the tank is not "elite."

 

Complete Light tank missions 101, 201, and 301 every day in your favorite tier 3 tank, then jump into your higher tier non-elite scout for that last mission 401 every day.  You will unlock that tier 10 in a couple of months.



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View PostSwollenOstrich, on Sep 13 2019 - 12:08, said:

Light Tank 401 awards 10,000 regular XP upon completion to the tank that you used for that mission. Every day. That means you can grind a complete half a million XP line in 50 days, less than two months. 

 

Yes, turning off Accelerated crew training will show you that XP applied to that tank.

 

Keep in mind that you cannot even have Accelerated crew training turned on if the tank is not "elite."

 

Complete Light tank missions 101, 201, and 301 every day in your favorite tier 3 tank, then jump into your higher tier non-elite scout for that last mission 401 every day.  You will unlock that tier 10 in a couple of months.

 

Thanks for the clarification and also new info.

 

I might try also for the Tier 10 German Rheinmetall Panzerwagen at the same time as I try for the Tier 10 Russian T-100 LT, or in its place instead. W'ell see.

 

Another thing: skills/perks increasingly get difficult to complete, because it takes more and more Crew Experience just to complete the same percentage of a skill/perk for every new skill/perk!!!! IF YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT THIS, YOU SHOULD READ UP ON IT (I'm not talking to you SwollenOstrich, but to newbies and others who are not aware of it). So I retrained my BT-2 crew with gold (bought 25000 gold for $125.99 Canadian dollars just two days ago or so; it's cheaper in the long run (best exchange rate of real money to game gold) if you buy the largest special available, which is 25000 gold, because buying in portions in the long run will cost you more (I don't plan to ever buy anymore gold, but it was a must for me at this time)) -- not with silver credits -- to the A-20, so I keep 100% of each crew member's level of Main Qualification, so the skill/perks I already have continue to increase in percentage as usual. It's 200 gold for one crew member to be retrained 100%. I did not want to start with a new crew for the A-20, because that would take a lot of time and effort to get all the same Crew Experience I already have with my BT-2 crew. So, like I said, I retrained whatever BT-2 crew members that can be accommodated in the A-20, to the A-20, with gold to keep 100% of their levels of Main Qualifications so that their skills/perks levels continue to increase as usual.

 

I don't buy any type of premium account time, because that's just a waste of money for a poor guy like me.

 

I also will now buy garage slots (300 gold each) , because I like all the tanks I have presently, and don't want to lose anymore of them (I already said I sold my T-60 in the past (I think I sold it -- there's no other way it could be got rid of from one's account by yourself, unless you sell it, right?)).

 

And I also used gold to demount equipment from tanks I don't play these days to mount on my A-20. It's only 10 gold to demount certain equipment, as opposed to trying to earn 500000 silver credits to get another Coated Optics, for example.

 

Also my Russian summer, winter, and desert terrain camouflages bought with gold in the past (50 gold for each of the three sections of a tank = 150 gold * the three terrains = 450 gold for a tank for all three terrains; although you only need to camouflage the hull (for each terrain), I think, to get the camouflage bonus, but I like the other two sections of the tank to look good, so I buy the extra two camouflages for each terrain), I removed from a tank, and put it all on my A-20 for free.

 

So, after 'opening up' the tank after the A-20 in the tech tree line, I will do the retraining with gold to that new tank, demounting equipment if necessary (you win a Coated Optics when you complete your Light Tank Diploma, so I might not need to demount a Coated Optics from another tank) to put on that new tank, etc. Repeat with every new tank I 'open' up, until I get to the T-100 LT and/or Rheinmetall Panzerwagen tank(s).

 

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P.S. I might try also, or instead, the tech tree line(s) that lead to the French (?) wheeled tanks.

 

P.P.S. As of September 17, 2019:

 

1) About three days ago I started buying garage slots, and now have bought 18 new garage slots in total, 15 of them still unused, for possible future use.

 

2) I am doing the grind to get the T-100 LT. I just have to 'open' (unlock) the MT-25 when I have enough Tank Experience (+ also Free Experience can help, too). That means I am on the T-50, and researched all the modules today. Also today I got my 9th cycle done, and got the 10000 Tank Experience award for it for the T-50, because I was playing the T-50 to get that 10000 Tank Experience for it. The next day I do the 10th cycle, I get another 10000 Tank Experience, and will have completed my Light Tank Diploma for September 2019. I can continue doing more cycles to get more 10000 Tank Experience up the the end of the month, though.

 

3) I bought back the Russian T-60. It's slow in getting to the spotting area, but it has my memories tied to it.

 

4) I am also doing the French light tank grind on the tech tree line leading to all those French wheeled light tanks (starting at Tier 6?) I want, and the Tier 10 wheeled light tank lastly in the that tech tree line, in farther future, maybe. I never cared for French tanks, so never had a French crew nor kept any French tanks (I sold all the tanks of nations I did not want, in the distant past, and got rid of their crews as well) Here, I do NOT use gold retraining, but with every tank I buy the free 50% training in Major Qualification, and discard that crew (and sell that tank, maybe, if it is not a wheeled light tank) as I go up that tech tree line. I do not put any equipment like Ventilation or Coated Optics because I am not doing my Light Tank Diploma work with the French tanks (for now, at least). I am just trying to get Tank Experience through the usual way of battles, and don't want to use precious gold on my French wheeled light tank endeavor for now at least, and am concentrating most on the tech tree line that leads to the Russian T-100 LT. When I get to the first wheeled light tank in the tech tree line, I'll see what I do with crew recruiting, and if keeping the crew or not. I am presently on the FCM 36: I researched (unlocked) all the modules already; I just now have to 'open' (research/unlock) the next tank.

 

I have put the Large First Aid Kit, Large Repair Kit, and Automatic Fire Extinguisher (got from other tanks I don't play right now, and from the depot) onto the French tank I am playing right now. They each individually give specifically a 10-15% in passive help while inactivated while in battle:

 

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Large Repair Kit: While equipped, passively adds 10% to crew's field-repair speed. When used, the kit repairs all currently damaged modules until the end of battle when activated by the respective button. Repaired modules can still be damaged again after the repair, and the passive effect is lost during the cool down phase.

 

Large First Aid Kit: While equipped, provides 15% passive resistance to crew injury from penetrating hits. When used, heals all currently injured crew members until the end of battle when activated by the respective button. Healed crew members can still be re-injured or perish, and the passive effect is lost during the cool down phase.

 

Automatic Fire Extinguisher: Activates automatically 0.5 seconds after the tank catches fire and passively reduces the chance to catch fire by 10%.

 

Source: https://wiki.wargaming.net/en/Consumables

 

The Automatic fire Extinguisher activates automatically without any key press, while the other two need you to press the corresponding keys. I never activate the Large First Aid Kit nor Large Repair Kit while in battle, even though I have them on my tank, because when I started playing World of Tanks, I thought it was too complex to learn to press the corresponding number (?) keys for the consumables of Small First Aid Kit, Small Repair Kit, and Manual Fire Extinguisher (and their 'Large' counterparts we just discussed). So my gameplay never includes pressing the corresponding keys to activate these consumables. I would guess some serious World of Tanks players, if they were reading this, would call me an idiot for not using these consumables, because not using these consumable would hurt the team's chances of winning. Sorry, I play how I play. Maybe in the future I will learn how to key press the corresponding keys to activate these three 'Small' and two 'Large' consumables (Automatic Fire Extinguisher does not need a key press to be activated). As the resultant effect of this way of gameplaying of mine, I never have to resupply the Large First Aid Kit nor the Large Repair Kit. So I save a lot of silver credits. The Automatic Fire Extinguisher does sometimes get activated, but I read somewhere on the internet that this Automatic Fire Extinguisher rarely ever gets activated in battle, so don't be afraid to equip your tank with this Automatic Fire Extinguisher. So with all the Large First Aid Kits, Large Repair Kits, and Automatic Fire Extinguishers I get from my Light Tank Diploma work, I put them in my tanks just for the % passive help they each give while inactivated. I sell any I do not need, getting silver credits for use on anything else. :)

 

But to let you know, there is an order you arrange these three consumables, due to something about the 'Small' manual versions of these three consumables: First Aid Kit is first, then Repair Kit is second, then Fire Extinguisher is last, I think is the order. Search the internet to try to find the info that verifies what I am saying, if you want.

 

Another part of my gameplay: I uncheck the three boxes (turn off) of 'Repair automatically' for Repairs, 'Resupply automatically' for Ammunition, and 'Resupply automatically' for Consumables in the 'SERVICE' menu for each tank. I do this so I have control over what happens with my silver credits, and see what is going on (for example: I have no more Automatic Fire Extinguishers in my depot, so it is now telling me do I accept to pay 20000 silver credits to buy a new Automatic Fire Extinguisher to resupply a certain tank with it, in its present consumables setup; I can choose to not accept it and save 20000 silver credits, by changing the consumables setup so the Automatic Fire Extinguisher is no longer in the consumables setup for that tank). And because I unchecked the 'Repair automatically' for Repairs, I sometimes have more evidence of what tank has just came back from the battlefield when it is shown visually all destroyed in my garage.

 

One more thing about World of Tanks: gold is very precious. As a rule, any gold you buy with real money, NEVER exchange into silver credits. Silver credits you can always earn. But gold you can never earn in the normal gameplay of Random Battles. Maybe in another mode of World of Tanks you can earn gold, but not in Random Battles. I only play Random Battles (though I played World of Tanks events like last year's Halloween game mode, and tried only a little of Steel Hunter, like others). Maybe one day I will try a mode where I can earn gold (I think there is at least one mode in World of Tanks that does let you earn gold). Again: as a rule, never exchange your gold into silver credits.

 

That's all (for now?).


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cool thnks



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View PostCr0m, on Sep 17 2019 - 15:10, said:

cool thnks

 

Thanks! You're welcome.

 

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