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WaywardChild #1 Posted Jan 11 2019 - 17:40

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What vehicle type do you think makes the most credits in an average game? I'm thinking TD's make the most related to the over-all cost of vehicle verse damage they inflict. And of course Premiums make more then tree lines do so I guess I'm thinking Premium TD's make the most credits per game on average. What do you think? Oh, I forgot about Premium Arties. I bet the Leaf blower makes a bushel full, got to go try it.

Desert_Fox_1969 #2 Posted Jan 11 2019 - 17:43

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Tier 8 Premium Autoloaders 

_Promote_Synergy_ #3 Posted Jan 11 2019 - 17:44

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Any tank firing standard rounds in tier 8 strongholds with a clan booster up. With the extra credits that the holiday event is giving me I can clear 300k+ profit on wins in strongholds.

Da_Craw #4 Posted Jan 11 2019 - 18:46

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View PostWaywardChild, on Jan 11 2019 - 10:40, said:

 Oh, I forgot about Premium Arties. I bet the Leaf blower makes a bushel full, got to go try it.

LeFH makes about half to 2/3 what a tier 8 premium makes.



Altwar #5 Posted Jan 11 2019 - 20:02

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Premium tier 8 vehicles for sure make the most.  Lowe, T24, Jg 8.8 are the classic money makers that don't really need to shoot premium rounds to do some damage and rake in the credits.  I don't know which of the more recent premium 8s do as well as these three, but certainly with the holiday bonus still in effect and with credit boosters available, most any tier 8 premium will do.




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